Brian Howard caught Unfold Ordinary Mind in concert at Johnny Brendas in Philadelphia, and reports on "an evening that constantly challenged paradigms, unfolding minds in the process."
Brian G. Howard
The Philadelphia Inquirer
December 12, 2012 Go to review
Bird Is The Worm has an appreciation of Unfold Ordinary Mind: "This is not standard music. This is not the jazz equivalent of a pop album. But in the theme of the Avant-Pop manifesto, Goldberg has created an album that should have mass appeal, both within the jazz camps and also the fans of other genres, while simultaneously sneaking in approaches that speak far more to the avant-garde experimentalism that should receive wider acceptance and appreciation in society... this album is Something Different that sounds like Something Familiar."
When Unfold Ordinary Mind played the Windup Space in Baltimore, Al Shipley was there to report: "Goldberg’s sturdy low end is the eye of the storm, and Cline, as always, is the subtlest of guitar gods."
Baltimore City Paper
December 13, 2012 Go to review