|In the beginning of the 90'es Carsten Dahl was just a promising youngster on the scandinavian jazz-scene. It was hard to tell if he'd ever amount to anything, since he showed signes of brilliance as well as signs of nothingness and anonymity - e.g. playing like everybody else. But then, finally, in 1999 he recorded his first ever solo-piano album, and it shows right away. The man has matured a great deal. Every last note you here on the album comes from within. It's spiritual music, but not to spiritual. It's a bit like Keith Jarret, but on the other hand nothing like it at all. It's quiet, and sometimes it's noisy.
In other words, "The butterfly Dream" is a dream come true for people, who wants to find out, what's the real deal with Dahl?