The title track "A change of seasons" is a 20+ minute song, showing all DT's musicianship, with complex time signatures, complex arrangements, highly technical playing and intelligent lyrics. The live part of the album features the band covering some of their influences, like Elton John, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and a medley covering songs by Pink Floyd, Kansas, Queen, Journey, Dixie Dregs and Genesis. The bad thing is that they could put more of the material recorded that evening, such as a version of Metallica's Damage Inc. with Napalm Death's vocalist. The album helps to understand the band better, since they cover a lot of different artists, so one can realize how they developed their sound. Is not in the album, but the band has covered such non metal non progressive acts such as Price's "Purple Rain" and Tori Amos' "Winter", so you may build an idea of the wide range of the band's musicality. Also, this release stands that in order to be a great musician, you have to listen to a lot of different styles of music.