(124) John Kelman, All About Jazz -- June 6, 2005

It is, in fact, Maroney and Dresser's expansion of their respective instruments' sonic possibilities that takes the programme of Dresser and Maroney originals, all based on complex and precisely structured forms-with the exception of two free improvisations-and opens them up to greater breath and breadth. If one can forget about the clearly detailed arrangements and just absorb the music without consideration, the set takes on a surprisingly effortless and alluring complexion...Time Changes is further demonstration of Dresser and Maroney's ability to construct contexts that demand strict adherence to form and a more exploratory aesthetic.

John Kelman
All About Jazz
June 6, 2005