Excellent sound production and technically great performances. While I enjoy this release, I feel the project lacks both dynamics in the arrangements and imagination in its composition. Not that the compositions are bad - it's that they don't live up to the production or the stellar abilities of the individual players. That said, the compostitions' derivative nature is more a purposeful nod to fusion heros like Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, etc. than anything else - and to the project's credit, all in the name of fun. The best examples are found in the title track and in the spacey mood of "The Best Ten Minutes of Your Life". Taken at face value, it's an unapologetic retro fusion homage ...and it certainly grooves.