Aaron Sternberg/Steinberg (JazzTimes) wrote "… a long 70 [minutes] … no pressing musical ideas … all the tunes have dorky titles … Krauss leans on repeated phrases or long bouts of clucking and burbling without generating much interest." He concluded with "The real reason to check [it] out … is the rhythm section team … subtly distorted bass and … inventive drumming drive this music and engineer its brighter moments." Frank Rubolino (Cadence) wrote "This trio … exhibits a sense of raw emotion while interacting as an extremely cohesive unit. The music is characterized by the interrelationship of expression that defines the performance, where the gut-wrenching abrasiveness of Krauss' alto works in harmony with the aggressive bass playing … and the very responsive drumming" and concluded "… the power to excite, it will compel your attention for the duration.
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