"They start off the disc with 'Alone Together,' and what a version it is! Egan is in full Jaco Pastorius mode. His tone has that Jaco-esque ring to it throughout the disc, but especially on 'Alone Together' and their take on 'Softly as in a Morning Sunrise,' that horn-like sound coming in handy when the bass player decides to play the head to the tune. There are two originals, both by pianist Silvano Monasterios. They're both well worth mentioning. 'Jerusalem' starts off as what one assumes will be a languid ballad, until the soloing starts. Then it turns into the burning centerpiece of the album. The other, 'Avila,' gives Wertico some space to stretch out. It's a rousing tune with an interesting feel to it, and it's a great way to close the CD. Those who like their jazz with some adventure and teeth would do well to check this one out."