As the title suggests, the overall feeling of this CD is light, airy and dreamlike. All of the compositions are originals by Marnix Busstra. He is a lyrical writer,writing music that is easy on the ears. Although the first track starts off reminiscent of something by The Doors, it settles into a lighter mood. "Pearl diver" begins with the melody played by Gevorg Vardanian on the duduk, an Armenian wind instrument with a sound quality resembling the clarinet. This track has a very gentle feel with a lyrical piano solo by Berthil Busstra. "Frog country" features some fastdriving drumwork by Chris Strik with the melody by the keyboards. "Grand-ma and the wolf" is a fun track which starts off quietly with Chris Strik on drums with a tango beat and builds with Marnix Bustra's guitar solo. The track entitled "Buzz Battle" sounds more like a game of tag than a battle....with the brothers taking turns on solos.
This offering is a very cohesive one. There are a lot of interesting solos and good work by Rene Dissel on bass and Chris Strik on drums. Obviously, the group had a lot of fun recording this because there is a lot of "feel good" music on these tracks.