"The return of the General, always with an air also on the edge….. The voice of a hard-rocker and words of a preacher with a rhythm similar to the percussion and auto-harp a la Joan Baez from the great epoch. It is in this way that the CD begins with Rainbow! The pieces continue in the same vein and if one takes the pleasure to listen to the whole thing, Gypsy Carns appears to get a little more brilliant with each disc. But, it should be said, the music is finally, in the fast pieces, little more than a vehicle (obligatory?) for the lyrics. The gentleman does not lack the quality of a musician, that’s already proven, but his emphasis (“I consider myself a modern-day pioneer of Christian blues) takes precedence. That is calmed a little when it calms itself (I’m Alright or Dark Eternity).Is there a parallel with its musical mission of evangelism?