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"I find this disc to be consistently superb and often sublime. Cian writes contemplative, melodic and somewhat bluesy songs that always ring true. The one cover, Baka Dance, has more of an older, folky theme, but all of the songs have an organic, human quality that feels just right. If this was released in the mid-70's, it would fit perfectly in the Takoma catalogue with John Fahey and Leo Kottke. Pretty great company for a young whippersnapper like Cian Nugent." Downtown music gallery..."...the Takoma influences are ever-present but they lean toward Leo Kottke rather than John Fahey in using early American song-form structures. Yet Nugent's playing also draws from Davy Graham's folk-blues raga style as well as Balkan gypsy rhythms that offer something slightly different than we've heard before. Something wonderously ineffable that we can't quite put our fingers on, but makes us ever curious to hear more." Aquarius