January 10th, 2006

I can say without fear of contradiction that this is one of, if not THE best piece of music I've heard on this site. Heck, why limit it to this site. I'm really lost for words which is probably a good thing because otherwise I would just start gushing. Seamlessly this track builds from a gentle pretty track into one of incredibly awsome power and again seamlessly drops back into the tranquil. I'm a bit confused as to whose composition it was. I'm assuming it's Bob's and that Pascal has "added the extras" but whichever of you is responsible, you have created a masterpiece and to the other congrats for your imput. I love the delicate interplay between the flute and piano sounds in the beginning. Harp and strings then fill it out. It's just so beautiful. The introduction of the rhythm builds it ever so slightly and then it just keeps building and building. I can't include all the highlights in this review so I will stop now. This is a must listen to. If you don't download it you're nuts.

Brian Ralston


January 10th, 2006

Seems as if there is a "Strawberry Fields" flute mellotron in this song. Starts with a touch of melancholy and then turns slowly into a dance song, first the electric bass and lead synth come in, then drums with heavy guitar rhythm. And the special highlight of this song is the amazing guitar work. What a great collab! Super composition with so many changes...

J.O. Simon