Backed by saxophonist Geof Bradfield (who also doubles on bass clarinet), pianist Jim Trompeter, Larry Gray on bass, and long-time collaborator Paul Wertico on drums, guitarist John Moulder presents an excellent live set from Chicago?s historical jazz venue, The Green Mill. Moulder has emerged as one of the unique voices on jazz guitar, equally comfortable showing a face of quiet solitude as he is of sharpened steel. No better representation of that is on the album?s final song ?Time Being?, with Moulder?s mesmerizing guitar lines giving lift to Bradfield?s heartbreaking opening notes on sax, and then closing with rock-like heat that could make the sun blush with embarrassment. Moulder uses both acoustic and electric guitars on this set. Sound is solid for a live recording, and the sounds of the Green Mill, when they hit the audio, enhance the listening experience rather than step over it.