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Silhouette of a Season

The feeling of the music is one of insular splendour, purist, and idealistic, with each piece being carefully constructed and played. Perfectionism comes thorough and from a musical perspective is almost too clinical.

Unfortunately the slide of fingers on strings, which is evident on several of the tracks, mars, at least to me, the final piece “Moonset” and takes the listeners attention from the music.

Overall, not a bad album if you like the clear crisp sound of acoustic guitar and surprisingly makes easy listening.

PublisherAcid Lake Publishing (BMI)