Jyoji Sawada has been involved in a number of different areas of music and styles, but always seems to be involved in something, challenging and of high quality. These include Brazilian music with his group Choro Club, Arto Lindsey, Jacques Morelebaum, Chinese music with erhu player Teresa Wong, producing shamisen players Toru Yonaha (Okinawa) and Masahiro Nitta (Japan) electronics and soundtracks. This is an album of Sawada's 'chamber music' from 1995. At times, slow and reflective, other times manic and weird, constantly engaging the listener. Includes a version of Pink Floyd's One of These Days, played on shakuhachi and koto.