A haiku of an album, each brief solo vibes piece like a small precious object, knowing and succinct in itself. The work of Norwegian musician Karl Ivar Refseth whose aim he says was that ''Each composition should have its own characteristic and incorporate and convey different impressions. So I started with a lot of ideas and gradually sorted out the ones that had less power and expressiveness." Working with co-producer Morton Qvenild the pair have concocted a unique atmosphere of mindfulness that touches on all sorts of areas, perfectly relatable to as a jazz or classical lover but not really a jazz or classical album at all. Yet check it out - tracks such as 'Laura and Steve' might bring out the Terry Riley and Steve Reich lover that perhaps lurks unbidden inside us all.