Fascinating release from the tentet led by drummer Paul Pellegrin and David Borgo... Strangely alluring music, where melodic fragments flourish in the soil of odd meters and cross-currents of rhythms. This is music that seems like it should keep people out of reach, but it's so terrifically compelling that it makes friends with great ease... This is like a late-sixties Inside/Out construction, but where the traditional "Inside" is replaced by more Out, but which is massively tuneful and, ironically, presents an "In" structure, albeit an unconventional one, for the improvisations to flourish. Fans of Eric Dolphy, Andrew Hill and (later-period) Bobby Hutcherson will enjoy this as much as fans of modern acts like Jason Adasiewicz's Sun Rooms. Highly Recommended.