After her hippie conversion, revered 60s Ivory Snow girl, Molly Scott, was telling me how everything is interrelated. These long ago thoughts drifted into my head when first listening to Amberfern’s latest entry into Real Music’s Distant Horizons Series. Their take on a Turkish melody sounds an awful lot like one of Paul Winters desert explorations. With the Mediterranean being a sprawling body of water, there are a lot of different textures it touches along the way and you’ll get to taste them as this record goes along its way. An audio travelogue that suffices as thinking man’s entertainment, this is wonderful music to get you out of yourself and fuel some fantasies that are sure to be on hold until the economy gets better and we finally shake off the new normal. It certainly doesn’t hurt to have a wide world of gentility and civility enter your bloodstream every now and then and this recording is loaded with the serum to do so. A winner in the chill/world beat groove.