The album was listed at #11 in the Los Angeles Times Classical Top 25 of 1989. Brian Olewnick, in the All Music Guide to Jazz, calls it a "fairly typical early mélange type recording by Kronos, mixing in au courant contemporary fare with a downtown edge and 20th century classics."
Track 1 recorded January 1988 at St. Ignatius Church, San Francisco, CA
Howard Johnston, John Newton – Engineers
Track 5 produced by John Zorn, recorded September 1987 at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco, CA (Howard Johnston – Engineer) and at Metal Box Studio, Tokyo, Japan (Ono Seigen – Engineer); mixed September 1987 at CBS Roppongi Studio, Tokyo, Japan by Ono Seigen
^"By The Numbers: Top 25 Classical Albums of 1989". Los Angeles Times. 1989-12-26.|access-date= requires |url= (help)
^Bogdanov, Vladimir; Chris Woodstra; Stephen Thomas Erlewine (2002). "Kronos Quartet". All Music Guide to Jazz: The Definitive Guide to Jazz Music. Backbeat. p. 300. ISBN978-0-87930-717-2. Retrieved 2009-01-28.
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