After a second album of intelligent easy listening which was dominated by - but not spoiled by - guest appearances, Jon Brooks goes it alone again with an hour's worth of instrumental pieces that owes more than a small debt to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. The lounge music contingent will certainly be satisfied with the lush melodies of 'Coccolo' which kicks off 'Rediffusion'. 'Big Sur' enters the realms of Boards Of Canada; the breakbeats and the analog instruments making for an enigmatic vista where the future and the past are intertwined. The beautiful melodies continue on '7 Tranches' but after some Dr. Who inspired wig-outs the album is a rather hit and miss affair briefly brought back to life by 'Windrush's effortless melancholia and the Eastern-flavoured bossa nova of 'Slimcea Bossa'. This is easily the King Of Woolworths' most seamless work to date but that knack for eclecticism is definitely missed.