Cinematic, impressionistic, Laurel Canyon folk and progressive rock
"...the new album finds Steve combining passions of acoustic, electric, and prog-variations that present the rich arranged album he has alluded toward for years.
Taylor’s keen understanding of 70's songwriter tricks of composition and well placed care burst like lightly warped VHS tapes of vintage Fourth of July pyrotechnic exhibitions on Fireworks, to the deep soul searching that reaches beyond the mythological metaphors on the title track,
The Land of Milk and Honey."
"To Be Graced is a dreamy acoustic number, that showcases Taylor's wide range of musical influences from Brazilian jazz to psych-folk to classic rock."