Bret Primack (JazzTimes) wrote "These guys really know how to cut loose, but at the same time, exhibit a serene serendipity that gives their music an organic feel." Stuart Kremsky (IAJRC Journal) wrote "Luther Thomas is a furious improvisor. Although there are moments where he goes over the line into noisy screech, he generally stays in control, melding a metallic luster with the keening cry of the blues." John Trent (X-Press) wrote "Fully, contorted OM, highly developed, funky, rabble-rousing, layered, wacked-out, sensuous, erotic body of beauty." Ben Watson (Hi Fi News) commented "Beneath the froth, there's some serious negotiations between velocity bop and harmolodic rich" and the Penguin Guide wrote "… this isn't the kind of record this label should be making; it needs a souped-up production.
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