Guitarist Will St. Peter brings his #2 pencil toned guitar together with Steven Heffner/b and Steve Barnes/dr for a mix of originals and overlooked originals. The focus here is on pastel tones, with a gentle coolness of mood on "Days of Wine and Roses" and the sleekly polished "Tangerine". Barnes and Heffner do some rich interplay during Ornette Coleman's "Turnaround" and create a somber pace on the guitarist's "Driftwood". St. Peter gives some rich solo work not unlike Joe Pass on a lyrical read of "I'll Be Seeing You" and adds special effects around Heffner's bass work on "Authenticity", supplying wondrous chords for his solo on a sublime take of Alec Wilder's "Blackberry Winter". Sepia panoramas.