Derek Taylor (allaboutjazz) wrote "Many of the pieces possess a tender and lasting beauty that lingers in the mind's eye … making this disc well worth hearing even in the face of minor sonic imperfections." And Larry Nai (Cadence) wrote of the piece 'Sunrise" "There's a wonderful moment around the 6:30 mark where Fasteau finishes a phrase on soprano and picks it up with her voice, with Howard playing excoriating Marshall Allen-like lines behind her, twenty seconds later she rejoins the fray on saxophone, leaving the listener floored. A beautifully sustained performance." Bruce Adams (Your Flesh) wrote "Expatriate Kin can be frustrating and unnervating in turns. But it is rewarding and the demands placed on the listener come with some remarkable pay-offs.
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