Before people like Tristam Cary, there was Richard Wagner and Erik Satie. Then Paul Hindemith. You can place Tristam Cary in the same category. Experiments with new sounds, new notes and new ways of arranging music. Not conventional at all. It may come as a surprise to some. But this experiments and works to accompany documentaries, really opened new doors for electronic music. Whether new musicians appreciate that now a days or not, is questionable. I would say thanks to the effort of a few people interested in the past, you are able to discover that years and years ago, the future was already among musicians and listeners. Except it was a different future.
If you buy this CD to see what is all about, who knows, you might end up actually listening to it as you would listen to any other band. If not, surely you will find its contents highly interesting.
I recommend it to any musician who is wanting to explore and discover more and more unknown music, or forgotten one. And also to anyone wishing to learn about the past and how creative musicians made something out of nothing.