"Time Travel" by the Dave Douglas Quintet is the all-instrumental follow-up to the critically-acclaimed "Be Still". Even with the identical personnel (sans Aoife O'Donovan) "Time Travel" is its own statement. "I was really interested in what David Toomey wrote in his book The New Time Travelers," Douglas says. "How the concept of time travel has been around a long time, and how it is evident in the way we think and the way we create: backwards, forwards, all directions at once, beyond the speed of light, rearranging our understanding of cause and effect."
Dave Douglas with Jon Irabagon (saxophone) Matt Mitchell (piano) Linda Oh (bass) Rudy Royston (drums)
Be Still 
The continually evolving trumpeter & composer settles down for a ballad-like set that presents a series of hymns and folk songs with an intensely personal connection. Be Still brings out the most lyrical side of Douglas, and introduces both a newly configured Quintet — Jon Irabagon, Matt Mitchell, Linda Oh, and Rudy Royston — and an important new collaborator, vocalist Aoife O’Donovan.
"one of the best sounding recordings we've heard by anyone in awhile" - Stereophile