"An album of considerable charm!" JOHN SHAND (SMH)
"..a vocal that recalls a three-way fusion between Robert Foster, Jimmy Little and Lou Reed... you can hear the diversity of his past as it shoots trippy atmospheric nuances up through the creaky floorboards of this record... a country and soul based narrative flow that breathes easy throughout... a concise storytelling ride complimented by an understated use of instrumentation. The Moss vocal is 'up the front' on the record and remains Teach Them To Fall's centrepiece. The title track even opens up into a little cosmic Floyd-esque delayed vocal to add a nice vibe to proceedings. See 'A Ticket Home (Song For Lex)' for a further celestial reference point. While 'Mary Lee' is perhaps Moss's most linear roots song, it's a beauty. A killer melody that works at its own pace and rhythm; the tune recalling the song-style delivery of the late, great Maurice Frawley.
This is a fine effort for Dave Moss.
RHYTHMS MAGAZINE (July '10)
"..smart arrangements and appealing melodies..a talented performer and songwriter and it is evidenced by these quality songs filled with thoughtful lyrical content, wise instrumentation choices and quality melodies; very nice soundscape and atmosphere that takes a listener on a sonic journey; feel for Indie Folk arrangements is spot on... All in all, a very satisfying listening experience.."