Any duo worth it's salt can bring to the table a sort of intimacy one doesn't always find in other musical settings. Poryes and Williamson have a lot going for themselves in this heartwarming performance. Williamson plays nearly everything with a reed, and Poryes is equally skilled as accompanist as she is soloist. Each contributes an original tune to the set, and the musical menu is quite varied, ranging from Wayne Shorter's "Speak No Evil" to Lennon and McCartney's "In My Life." It's sometimes a small miracle that players of like minds find one another in the big world of jazz. This recording clearly demonstrates communication. Records like this are rare. And well worth hearing.