I have been listening to Dr Dee this early morning. And I must say that I am both quite surprised and feeling a little more than satisfied. Very well done, Damon. The boy done his homework and managed something I honestly suspected well beyond his scope. But he's managed to go back some six centuries to produce music similar to pre-classical John Bull's folk/hymnals.
At times almost cinematic in very short spurts but mostly played very low key and authentic using some lovely period instruments and players. The opening track brings to mind the work of John Tavener. And at times I hear bits that remind me of the things very early Genesis hit upon on 'From Genesis To Revelation'.
But again, far more sparse than I expected as he usually tends to work in layers most of the time. The key for me being the fact that he brought along a few top-notch players to animate the songs beyond their clean arrangements and sometimes complicated time signatures. Not for many here, but certainly a work of high quality and dedicated hard work.
PS On a less serious note, I don't which is more hideous, the cover or his beard.