Finally a CD reissue of this obscure Canadian prog album from 1979. Fans of Canadian progressive music will find this stylistically similar to early Maneige and there will be some who think of FM because of the dominance of the violin in the arrangements (though this has none of the bombastic rock pretensions of that group!). Kaczynski was a guest on violin on the forst album by the now legendary Canadian band Conventum but on this album he plays more than just violin. Though, thanks to the lack of detailed credits, it is difficult to tell exactly what he plays and which parts may be supplied by guests. We do know, due to the photos inside the cover, that he plays piano, cello, flute, acoustic guitar and recorder - as well as violin. Instruments also credited are bass, 12-string guitar, organ and percussion. So it is therefore easy to believe that this is a totally solo affair. Parts of this certainly recall the Quebecois prog scene in general but also there are certainly aspects of alot of French European artists such as Clearlight Symphony, Catharsis and Jean Pascal Boffo. Beautiful, mostly instrumental music with gorgeous melodies & excellent arrangements all played by a master instrumentalist! What more could we ask for!