Solo percussion recordings can range from the abstract to the groove oriented. Percussionist Dave Storrs keeps things grooving here. Through multi-tracking, he lays down a thick rhythmic background over which assorted percussive sounds come and go. The flavor here is definitely Afro-Cuban, as congas, balafons, and various hand drums weave their rhythms. While everything is well played, the tracks fail to move past being background music, and it feels more like a National Geographic film soundtrack. I found myself waiting for something more to happen.