It's a good impression. I really love the quietness with occasional bits of activity, the sounds (the train with the robin singing is just wonderful . . . it really takes me to early morning mountains . . . it's sound with a sense of quiet, very lovely). Musically speaking, it all fits very subtlety and alluringly. Your own piano thoughts are articulate and caressing. Again, I love the other sounds and rhythms, too.
. . . I wouldn't call this a 'new age' album, although there is a certain accessibility owing to the un-cluttered and possibly un-dissonant nature. Not to say that it isn't 'oblique' at times . . . but it's still accessible and it connects. . . . it seems to me that what you are doing with Bob is in a similar territory - serious, inventive music.
September 23, 2008, Edmonton, Canada