******** 'The beautifully rendered album reflects Dilley's preoccupation with conceptual composition.... Storytelling with instrumental music is a daunting task, but Dilley gives much thought to the ways music--without words--can articulate feelings and experiences.' --Gilbert Garcia, The Current "A lithe, powerful bassist whose inexhaustible solos are dynamic and original." --Roberto Bonazzi, author of Man in the Mirror: John Howard Griffin and the Story of Black Like Me "Dilley's bass playing is broad-toned, dexterous and harmonically advanced in a style slightly reminiscent of Miraslav Vitous....Close to the blues conceptually, even while evidencing a classical education and advanced jazz technique." --John Swenson, United Press International ********.
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