A lovely title for an especially lovely album – one that features the gentle guitar work of Barry Galbraith amidst some light arrangements that have all the evocative qualities that "guitar" and "wind" might evoke! Much of the album features Barry's guitar next to some dreamy work on flute – either solo flute in small group format, played by Bobby Jaspar – or in a larger lineup of four reed players that features Jaspar with Romeo Penque, Phil Bodner, and Spencer Sinatra. The mix of guitar and flute is really wonderful – similar to some of the Bobby Jaspar/
Rene Thomas recordings on the French scene at the time, but handled with an even looser feel – and a style that's more concerned with color and tone than strict melody and solo. A few more tracks feature a light set of trombone arrangements by Billy Byers – surprisingly light for the style, and in a mode that follows up the flute work nicely! Titles include "Bull Market", "Judy's Jaunt", "Portrait Of Jennie", "Holiday", "What Am I Here For", and "Walking".
(Maroon label pressing. Cover has a split bottom seam, a half-split top seam, a cutout hole, and a bit of light wear.)