Jazz Times Review | November 21st, 2011

“Mary Jane Lamond, singing in Gaelic, provides vocals on two tunes: the closing dirge, “Vulnerable”; and “Solaria,” by far the longest piece on the album. Running more than nine minutes, it begins as a sweet duet of soprano sax and cello before Lamond’s wispy vocals flutter in. Granelli makes intermittent pronouncements with a malleted tom, and abruptly there is rhythm and groove. Still, even when there’s a long tune to make hay with, the guiding principle remains intact: Keep it concise and unencumbered. ”

by Steve Greenlee