It is sorta interesting to experiment with the music from one of the best rock bands ever. I don't know if this is the best result possible from that experience, but it definitely did not blow up in their faces. Some are definitely better than others, but none were so horrible that I could not listen to them. For huge Pink Floyd fans you really have to be open minded about the album. None of the songs sound in any way like the original versions. There has been a kind of loungey type treatment done to many of them. Other than Canadian pianist/singer Sarah Slean I have not heard of any of the other female vocalists that are on the album. It is even interesting to hear all these well-known songs sung by women. Definitely not an album for purists, but certainly a type of album for experimentalists.