It's one of those things I know isn't going to be for everybody, and that's part of the appeal really. I have been following Efrim's work for 15 years or more - his many collaborations have never left my playlists. The show was intimate, heartfelt, minimalist. And as in Silver Mt Zion, I could imagine the lyrics written on a piece of cardboard with a crayon. They resemble the honest, out-there, dreamy ravings of the homeless - like a hand reaching into the night for a connection and human warmth. Brilliant mate. Keep creating please.