The LP is superior to the CD, and the LP is stunning in quality and sonics. The music is a lot more "mid-eastern" and Lisa Girard is not prominent. But all in all, a great release.
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I've only heard it streaming, but I'd say it's one of their best produced albums. It's got a huge, deep, spacious sound.
I'm not sure I'd call it middle eastern sounding. I'd say eastern Mediterranean. It's definitely DCD in that antique style, but this is one of their richer, more layered works. It's definitely a complete concept album that takes you on a journey more than any of their other albums. I really like it a lot. It's what I'm listening to right now.
After listening to the lp myself now, I find the mix a slight bit too "hot" and bright compared to everything else in their catalog. I don't know if this was recorded in their Quivvy Church studio or not as it's still for sale after at least two years on the market. Definitely found all their previous releases to be more a little more naturally balanced to my ears. It is a worthy addition to their catalog on aesthetic terms, most enjoyable.