There is no pianist or guitarist so the Argentinian tenor saxophonist Julieta Eugenio has her work cut out but stamps her personality on proceedings. With bassist Matt Dwonszyk springy and convincing throughout and a spirited drummer who we have been pushing on this site for a while in Jonathan Barber this is a strong showing and the more introspectively Eugenio journeys say on 'For You' the greater the impact is. Definitely a less-is-more sort of record the sound is very natural and there is very little production to get in the way of its direct appeal. Eugenio is big on tone and letting the sax sing out the melody that she is so adept at developing in the improvisation. A track like 'Flamingo' develops out of so little with bassist and drummer doing so much to kindle the beat and deft rhythmic slant that runs in parallel behind the sax line. A new name to many it seems almost compulsory to get to know Eugenio as word of mouth spreads.