By Dave Sumner:
What I like about it: What’s not to like about a lovely piano trio with strings recording? I like how Danny Green situates the piano trio and strings as if two birds in flight, each spurring the other to greater heights, and so close to one another that the motion is a blur of wings. I like that there’s a depth to the harmonies, but their presence is light as a feather. I like that this holds true even when Green guides things into contemplative territory. I like listening to this recording on those lazy Sundays that call out for music that honors the sunlight spilling across the floor and the tranquility settling in over the room.
See review at BirdIsTheWorm.com