Progressive, jazzy, instrumental acoustic music uniquely composed and arranged in a way that presents musical accuracy, inventiveness, and a not too subtle hint of the zany, humorous brilliance of the composer. The playful and intricate melodies of Acoustical Pleasures are voiced by mandolin and violin, complimenting each other with precise harmony. Acoustical Pleasures is unlike anything you've heard before . . . "Moody is a renaissance man . . . who can play a variety of instruments with tremendous skill. I listened to Acoustical Pleasures three times all the way through, back to back . . . before coming up for air! Highly recommended!'' - The Absolute Sound, Oct. 1997 "The unique chords and bright rhythm . . . suggest Moody is a full time musician and composer. With refreshing melodies and unsuspected chord movements borrowed from eclectic influences, Acoustical Pleasures is therapeutic for . . . listeners." - Crossroads, Dec. 1997 "Tim Moody is the M. Unit Project who created this bright and lively album of acoustic jazz . . . whimsical and happy sounding . . .sinuous and silky violin that weaves in and out of the picture. A really enjoyable album that can lift your spirits and tickly your fancy. Celebrate life with . . . music like this!" - New Age Voice, Feb. 1998.