Bernstein is intoxicatingly lyrical on woodwinds, and that he often switches between the sweet disposition of soprano sax and the soulful irreverence of bass clarinet often within the span of an album just makes the synthesis of sounds even more delectable. On this current release, he adds Jacob Anderkov on piano, Jonas Westergaard on bass, Rakalam Bob Moses on drums, and the vocals of Sinne Eeg. Beautiful moody music that crackles with life. Music is stronger when Eeg's vocals blend in with the crowd; when she gets out front? not so much. I know some of you shrink away from jazz vocals albums, but this might be one that you should consider anyways. If not, then give Bernstein's 2012 album Good People Music, a shot. In my opinion, one of the best that 2012 had to offer.