Selected Comments About Extreme Spirituals

“One of the most exciting experiments that have been made this year in the world of avant-garde, is the new disc Birdsongs Of The Mesozoic, in collaboration with the American baritone singer, Oral Moses.” Rockaxis - Spain
“The traditional thread that impacts us reverently, importantly, and beautifully is the powerful vocal performances, interpretations and re-creations of Oral Moses… Moses’ magnificent voice breathes new life and humanity into the music of Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, revealing the timeless beauty and relevance of this art form to diverse audiences. Oral Moses’ voice is reminiscent of Paul Robeson’s: big, deep, profound and stirring.” Cuneiform Records
“Moses’ vocal ability is affecting, to say the least; he can sound both terrifyingly powerful and vulnerable, yearning and exposed. The strongest tracks are undoubtedly “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child” and “Swing Low Sweet Chariot,” both somewhat minimalist in instrumentation when compared to the rest of the album. On the former, Moses’ drawn out lamentations are poignantly accompanied by Ken Field’s haunting flute.” Exclaim! - Canada’s Music Authority