He plays Hungarian music so well, that he is able to perform with the greatest Hungarian musicians and even among them he gives a brilliant performance. When I listen to this
album I feel like I’m in the golden age of gypsy music. It sounds as he would have recorded it before the World War II, except that it was recorded with a 21st century technic and equipment.
In his music I involuntarily discover the style of Gyula Toki Horváth and Sándor Járóka Sr. It is a great honour for us that such a young and talented Belgian sinti musician plays this type of Hungarian gypsy music, which already has fallen into oblivion. And even more so, I do not hesitate to say, that by this album a new chapter could begin in the life of this music. By the interpretation of Tcha Limberger and his great band I feel the rebirth of this extremely valuable historical gypsy music. Personally I am very happy with this record and I wish all the audience to find listening to it.