6/10 Clinton Staff review, 03 February 2012
Undoubtedly a superior tinkler of the ivories, I'm finding this album just a little sophisticated for my tastes. Bourne's up and down that keyboard, showing the flair and dexterity that would come from someone who won the 'innovation' gong at the BBC Jazz awards in 2002. It plays a jazzy hand with discordant chords, speedy flourishes and an experimental mind. It is though at times truly horrid. Like the lost recordings of Richard Clayderman during a particularly severe mental breakdown. Will appeal much more to your fans of classical and jazz rather than to the more conservative 'neo classical' crowd.
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