John Hart is often referred to as Pat Metheny-like. This is true there are similarities in the way Hart executes his compositions. But there is clearly no cloned similarity. Hart's compositions are each unique and are expressed with a wide range of color and texture, some of which are Metheny-like, but go well beyond a simple comparison.
The trio is what makes this CD so solid. They are really as "Indivisible" as the title denotes. They play on, for, and with each other so well, that no note sounds misplaced. There is no shortage of expression by these artists, but the effort comes through as a seamless work aimed at communicating Hart's compositions and the interpretations of each piece.
This CD is an extremely pleasurable listen. The John Hart Trio are Indivisible and a must-have in any serious listener's collection. I feel lucky to have come across this gem.