'David Sinclair's beautiful guitar work is world class, and an excellent framework for some of Barry Greenfield's very best songs. Perhaps inspired by the collaboration, Barry's vocals are richer and more intimate than ever.' Clay St. Thomas from the "morning show" at CJJR Radio Vancouver BC So, if I was gonna pick 3 songs for a sampler, I'd pick: Track #1, 'I HOPE SO', It's a good example of your love songs, and I particularly like the guitar on this one. Track #3 'SILENT PARTNER' (written 1969). Still a good song, message still true decades later. And sonically, that English-music-hall-shuffle is an interesting contrast in the middle of this very acoustic record. My third choice is Track #10, LANDMINES. I mean it as a compliment when I say this song has way more 'gravitas' than your more sensitive balladeer stuff, and I really like the way it makes it's point. I've asked you before why I don't hear more of your sense of humour in your writing. Landmines gets kind of sarcastically funny in the second verse (okay funny in a very dark way, admittedly) and I think it really works.