It's been 10 years since McGrattan's last solo album, but this brand new offering was worth the wait. His playing is very strong, but not overly driving, a nice balance of great tone and fluidity. He has come up with an interesting selection of tunes, mixing classics of the flute repertoire with Donegal tunes sourced from people like John Doherty and Con Cassidy and more readily associated with the fiddle. In particular, Paul does a great job on the air "Paddy's Rambles Through the Park," to the accompaniment of howling winds and lashing rain--the album was recorded at McGrattan's house on Achill Island, and that particular track was recorded during a powerful storm which can be heard in the background. There are a couple of duets with well-known fiddle player Paddy Glackin, and the accompanists, Arty McGlynn (guitar), Noel O'Grady (bouzouki), and Colm Murphy (bodhran), are among the best in the business.