Well it starts with a drone (that continues throughtout track 1) and if your patient (as I was) you hear the interesting sound of the duduk. If you love this instrument then you would do well to check out Didier Malherbe playing it with a little bit more melody and inventiveness. This is a little too rambling and slow for me but if it's relaxation, meditation or sleep you're into then this might be for you. The tempo remains relaxed throughout and, yes, a multi-instrumentalist throughout, but would benefit from collaboration in my opinion. Originality is a positive side to this music but the mood isn't variable enough. When the helicopters arrive I think they're going to shoot at me and by the end I believe they've killed a loved one. It that is indeed the inspiration or life of the artist then it has communicated well.