Album Remarks & Appraisals:
There is a sense of connection on alto saxophonist Tim Green's sophomore release. The project compiles compositions Green penned over five to seven years, each inspired by different periods in Green's life. The music shares one commonality, which is melody. This has an artful arrangement, essentially a 12-bar blues in 10/4 time, with unusual harmonics, briskly slanted rhythms, and intricate interaction between Green and guitarist Gilad Hekselman, who is featured on five tracks. Vibraphonist Warren Wolf also supplies masterful backing on four cuts. One more noticeable constituent is the album's production, which has a cohesive ambiance.
The Jazz Times
Tim Green is a devout man, planful composer and adept alto saxophonist with noteworthy musical friends. These attributes comprise the raw materials for Songs From This Season, a debut of varied flavors yet consistent quality.