Review by Gary Hill
Certainly Daryl Stuermer is probably best known for his work in the touring version of Genesis. The truth is, though, he's a great musician in his own right and Go is his latest disc. The disc is composed of a batch of fusion instrumentals that really work quite well. I have to say that a fully instrumental disc can tend to bog down with sameyness, and this one is no exception. Stuermer manages to hold that wolf at bay fairly well with enough style changes, but still by the end it starts to sound a little too similar from one track to another. The thing is, as good as the music is, that's only a minor complaint.
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