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|Genre||Jazz, new age|
|Jack DeJohnette chronology|
The Allmusic review by Michael G. Nastos states, "Jack DeJohnette's follow-up recording to Music in the Key of Om is a similarly meditative effort where he plays all the instruments, assumedly overdubbed, creating a wash of ambient ritual sound texts in a single continuous piece running over 60 minutes... This music demonstrates a fascinating aspect of DeJohnette's musical life, liberating for him for sure, and a statement that is meaningful. Be patient; breathe deeply of clean air, and drink of this truly reflective listening experience that deserves its own audience".
- "Peace Time" (Jack DeJohnette) - 62:07
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