If you are anything like me, and I believe there are quite a few listeners who have similar patterns to mine, I strongly advise you to listen to this cd more than once.
I was already a huge fan of another Boom Bip effort "Seed to Sun". Then, when I first heard "Blue Eyed in the Red Room", I was quite disappointed. It didn't seem bad, just mediocre. However, since I know that occasionally I am wrong about a CD on the first listen, I gave this one another chance. Boy, am I glad I did. It is now one of my favorite CDs, and it just keeps growing in stature.
If you've come to this from Boom's other CDs, give it more than one listen - it is very different from his other stuff, and I think at least equally great. It gets under your skin when you least pay attention to it, in an ambient sort of way. I love the way the songs develop. Someone claims it takes Boom too long to develop the melodic line, but I disagree. I think the trick is not to listen to it up front, but more like an ambient record (think Eno)... at which point the development is just about perfectly paced.