Live in Arklow (2020) was the last George Colligan we know. That blew us away - the US pianist with superb Northern Ireland ex-Brandon Flowers and Madeleine Peyroux drummer Darren Beckett and Republic of Ireland bassist big Dave Redmond doing the business. This does too. Here it's solo Colligan, the ex-DeJohnettian and former erudite Jazz Truth blogger playing his own tunes on an album to be released in November also called King's Dream and in this one track coming over pastoral and even a little Elton John-ish (sans vocals of course) or even Bruce Hornsby-like in its easy adult pop soulful sounding instrumental cadential resonances and delicious lead line matched to almost processional chord change response in its feel. Perfect for the evening, deep immersion, and a gem. The ''king'' in the titling is MLK - Dr Martin Luther King - an enduring symbol and role model for humanity to this very day, the ''dream'' at the heart of the great world statesman's history making speech. And this track speaks out in its own evocative and sincerely humble way.