O.F.F. is by far the cornerstone of this album. Both The Guitar of George Muscatello and the Tenor of Brian Patneaude generate ideation not found in the other offerings. The extended Guitar solo is a rapid fire explosion of notes and expression. The drums are perfect time-wise and the accents are apropos to Muscatello's message.
Patneaude's Tenor weaves a nice pattern of ideas in this instance and after breaking away from the wheel spinning interplay with the drums, he stretches out in a torrent of cascading notes. One feels that he is clearly inspired by this speedy minor key piece.
There is a plethora of talent on this CD and it is illustrated most effectively on "O.F.F." The ensemble put an exclamation point on this endeavor with the aforementioned tune.
A confluence of styles is contained in the music of this assemblage, with the most heat and passion being generated in Muscatello's gem "O.F.F"