Mokuto’s up-to-the minute approach, Message From The Errand Boy, is an industrious five partitions, deputizing a tuneful blowing dominion. The tracks are appeased all in concordance with free improvisation and cooked with sophisticated seethe to a creepy transonic lash out. The assorted steps are dextrously grafted concurrently and each opus bestows a clue of machinery to the improvisations. The free playacting appends impetuosity to the scripted substance. Proficient saxophonist Anker’s workforce and mysterious wizard trumpeter Robertson, voice and entice the listener into the expedition paralleling a raconteur, interspersing between energy, cleverness and composure rumination, solemnizing wallops which are perpetually impressive.
"Freebooting In Heavy Sea" opens with a tricky chime, bestirring and breaking among acrobatic cadences as Robertson and Anker screw encompassing melodrama amplitudes. Far-out Nielsen does staccato acquiescence whereas Anker and Robertson’s wood and ore bob about aloft. Robertson’s trumpet ultimately bandies with the sax and the sweep slackened by the bass and drums, reckoning its individual figure’s constructions, up to and mellowing away into an aerial clause that leads into "God Bless Mokuto and All Who Sail With It."
The off-beat composition homecoming in "Message From The Errand Boy," this time with Jorgensen performing aloft apogee, digs at the ensemble to delve increased knacks to bring about ancillary pigments. Bowed bass and frenzied horns dare expansively, complicated textures on "Captain Voms Great Adventure," and an obtrusive blossom into the fabulous "Waiting For the Wind Lost in The Coral Sea," featuring beautiful solos from Robertson and Anker over eccentric rhythms.
Shifts between tracks are mild and genius, notwithstanding the fantastic tonal diversity. On "Waiting for the Wind Lost in The Coral Sea," Jorgensen’s drumming rightly paces each trouper to create assertions. The conclusive progressive constructs funky corrugations. Earlier, the piece dilatorily abates into wee phrases with Robertson excavating deep contras and all rhythmical thunders.
The musical grace of Message From The Errand Boy is memorable, as counterpoised four unruly instrumentalists draw every resonance. A masterpiece!