Byron Westbrookâ€™s Corridors is really more of an installation than a CD. The music is excellent, but if viewed in person it comes with a visual component that is absent from this CD release. Â When recorded for performance, according to the linear notes, the music comes out of five speakers arranged in a star formation at different height levels. Â For those interested, Westbrookâ€™s website contains some murky examples of the visual component to Corridors. Â But why talk about whatâ€™s not there? Â What is on this release is an excellent droning recording, with different volumes and textures dropping in and out. Â One of my favorite parts simulates the sound of the CD going round and round in the player. Â That is, it sounds like the CD has become stuck and the sound that comes out of the speaker is similar to what a stuck CD sounds like, eartricking the listener into wondering if they are listening to the recording or if they need to get up and change whatâ€™s on the CD player. Â The rest of the music is dark and dreamy, slow-going but worth it.