Four top jazz players and a great discovery.
— Jürg Sommer
Der Sonntag (February, 2012)
From the quirky, laidback blues “Reckless Tongue” to the alluring, Spanish-flavored “Exotikiss” and the edgy rubato number “Certain Nights,” fueled by Phelps’ audacious, distortion-laced guitar lines, they cover a lot of musical ground while exhibiting uncanny group empathy.
— Bill Milkowski
Jazz Times (October, 2011)
. . . Wilensky's individuality can be heard with his first notes. His sound is bright, crisp, and completely relaxed in all registers. His lines are direct, to the point, and completely his own; he just does not sound like anyone else.
– Saxophone Journal (March, 2011)
“A master class on composition, interpretation, performance, practice and repertoire selection