Don't pay any attention to the negative reviewer. He simply doesn't get it. Havergal Brian was a flawed genius, but a genius nevertheless. His music is difficult and brilliant, but highly idiomatic and undisciplined. Brian's inner world was a strange and highly personal one. I have to listen to each of his pieces many times before I am able to grasp them, but this is well worth it. The Jolly Miller Overture on this disk is a good place to start, as it is short and is one of his more accessible pieces. Brian is an original. His music is just too difficult for him to ever become very popular, but if his music were more disciplined and accessible, then, well, he just wouldn't be Brian. And I think he wouldn't have it any other way!