I'm sometimes asked which CD is my favorite out of the twelve existing Liquid Mind albums. My compositions are my children — so I can describe them, but it's hard to choose favorites. Since the Liquid Mind series follows my own personal journey from stress and panic/anxiety in the 80's to a more sustainable, peaceful, and manageable life in the 2000's, every part of the journey has been and still is important to me. Even today, I start many mornings by listening to Liquid Mind, to set the tone for my sometimes quite long and busy days. Many evenings as well, the music helps me to wind down.
An interviewer once asked me which album was the most introspective, and I'd have to say that would be Liquid Mind VII: Reflection. Reflection was released in 2004, and perhaps has a bit more melancholia than some of the others, so it may not be for everyone. One of the reasons I love composing Liquid Mind is because it gives voice to a deeper range of emotions than the pop music I write.