Steel Storms and Tender Spirits

Chris Parker, The Times,
December 11th 1998

"This double CD, divided between the "steel storms" of guitarist GP Hall's electronic
soundscapes or jazz-rock group work and the "tender spirits" conjured up by his
(generally solo) more contemplative music, provides the best exposition yet of his
multifaceted talent.

His ability to move easily between fearsome industrial noise abstraction,
thundering beats driven by drummer Sam Brown, haunting jazz (often featuring
the plangent trumpet of either David Ford or Andy Hague) and the most delicate
of solo acoustic meditations influenced by flamenco would suffice to mark him out 
as a genuine original; his incorporation of a variety of additional textures and sounds
makes him unique"