London Jazz News
It works very well. These three musicians play to their similarities and avoid, if indeed they have any, their differences. The result is a harmonious set of nine pieces – well, eight and a half, given that the opener and closer are duet and trio presentations respectively of a Bordenave composition called ‚River‘. All the writing is by the leader, though it feels like it might be quite sketchy and open; a relatively free improvisational feel holds true throughout. This album was recorded last autumn and provides a suitably burnished, reflective and ever-so-slightly melancholy soundtrack for this particular crossing into the mellow, misty, gently maturing days.
Peter Bacon, London Jazz News