Penguin Guide to jazz wrote "Two fascinating individualists who seem to come from opposite ends of the musical spectrum, yet find a great deal of common territory. … and in places rather forbidding." Carlo Wolff (Jazziz) wrote "The music is odd, intimate, unprogrammed, suggesting Pope and Burrell are as good at listening as at playing." Russell Woessner (Philadelphia Weekly) wrote "Burrell's almost orchestral spontaneity complements the saxophonist's post-Coltrane vocabulary of circular breathing and multiphonics." Frank Rubolino (Cadence) wrote "There is an exuberant air to their performance that originates with the long, complex lines that Burrell spins and continues with the kindred spiritualism that Pope exhibits.
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