The first track, on any album, is always the one that captivates me or loses me . . . and . . . "Sunbeam in the morning" brought me away into a beautiful place, a little lonely, but peaceful … with visions that sparkled under the rising sun . .
These are quiet, slow and ambiguous pieces. . . giving me a variety of serene visions, calming and meditative . .. the tranquility is what shines in this album . . .
I wandered into a cool climate on a wide open tundra . .. watching all of the wild creation travel by . . . creatures from everywhere trampling the pathway to somewhere distant . . the dust rising to coat their shoulders . .. the elephants, the whale . .. the mouse, and the worm. Where they were going is a wonder . . . for there was an ark . . of spacial proportions . . a space ship to take them away from a hostile world, to bring them . .. somewhere .. .. into a world of love and kindness and of peace, where the first goal is to give . . . as all these creatures have given on this world and in the next . . they are given to . .
OK . . enough story telling .. .. I enjoyed this album's music because it gave me a very large space to create my own dreams and visions . . A great place to meditate and perhaps drift off into a gentle sleep . . where I feel safe and content. . . there wasn't a huge variation between tunes, except for, perhaps, "Erotic riff" which had a voice . . . ummm . .. being erotic .. .. but not overwhelmingly so . . . And if I were to pick a favorite, it would be, "An end is a beginning" a beautiful melody with a sentiment I can appreciate . . .
Very lovely music . . .