|"Translucent" Review By Wayne Lee - June 2009
Wayne Lee, former music critic for The Washington (DC) Times, The Seattle Times, Jazziz and other publications, reviews Roth Herrlinger's "Translucent":
"[Herrlinger's] melodies... invoke a spirit, create an atmosphere, paint a sensual world that one not only hears, but sees and feels. These are the mature compositions of a confident, spirited and emotionally honest songwriter.
There are no gimmicks here. These songs are technically proficient, stylistically consistent and firmly rooted in nature, family and faith. They show an abundant appreciation for simple pleasures and authentic experiences. Herrlinger hears the melodies of the living world and gives them life through his ear, heart and fingers....
This is music that will seep into your subconscious and nourish you with its sheer beauty."
Read the full review at mankindprojectjournal.org