From Music Street Journal
Exerpt Review by G. W. Hill
Sisters Lena Boone and Gwen Beyer come by musical talent through their DNA. Their father is Jerry Yester of The Lovin’
Spoonful. So, it should be no surprise they’ve created a strong album. Just how strong, though, might be unexpected. This will
likely make the “best of 2012” list of some reviewers. The motif that opens “Where I Rest – Sleep Now My Darling” has an almost Pink Floyd-like bombast, but the layers of sound bring a rather symphonic meets electronic progressive rock sound to the table. Again Clannad or Enya are valid references in terms of the vocals, but the ethereal, dreamy nature of the music is powerful. Somehow parts of the later arrangement even call to mind Procol Harum a bit. When it shifts out to the second titled section, it might be the best movement of the whole disc. An intricate and beautiful piano arrangement serves as the backdrop for some of the most captivating and haunting vocals here.