Starting off this album off I liked it a lot. The first two tracks are really genuinely interesting. The mix of Latin (Chilean) jazz and funk is great and supports Nano Stern's voice well, setting up some of the best mixes of rhythm, song writing, and singing I've hear in a while. After those brilliant first seven minutes of the album, though, the dropped the ball. Everything from track 3 forward is the sort of bland multi-cultural chill music you'd expect to hear on a public television broadcast about painting and the great plains of Spain.