I listened first to White Pages as I heard a snippet of it on BBC Radio 3 while driving to work. I liked the style, harmonic changes and economic use of motifs and decided to hunt a Torke CD. I bought Overnight Mail, but I find myself listening more to Telephone Book as it is a more interesting work and seems better compositionally than the other works on the album which seem more borrowed, more eclectic. This review might be rather naive but I think Torke has a great talent and as soon as he rids himself of this 'minimalist influence' (which after all is old hat as it been round for more than a quarter of century) he could be a major influence in the 21st Century in devising a new tonality which would give a kickstart in musical composition which has seem to gone into the wilderness and help give Mankind a successor to the 1 or 2 great composersofthe 20th Century ie.(Stravinsky/Shostakovich).