It is difficult to find improvisation albums which don't stand in either a "go together" or a "go separately" way of dialoguing. This albums stand in that middle point, not only in a more direct musical speech, but also timbrical. It is that point in which both instruments try to go to the extreme in order to become one (but finding out they can't) where this music happens. matador-uy
I am new to the music of Alex Ward. But I stumbled upon this album and was intrigued. So glad I bought it.
He is obviously an advanced player with a lot of technique. Like most great artists though none of that ends up mattering. These three songs made me chuckle. with joy. In a way I do not generally expect from this type of music. The last song had me on the edge of my seat. The space between the sounds is engaging and builds suspense. This is definitely worth adding to your collection. liclon