““Eddy Khaimovich is fluent in the universal language of jazz and his impressive solo facility marks him as a formidable and thoughtful improviser. He organically blends both his jazz and classical backgrounds into his own wholly unique statement.””
““Throughout the disc [Andarta, 2008, Origin Records], the bassist spends ample time in the upper-register, especially during solos, evoking the virtuosity of players like Eddie Gomez and Gary Peacock. What's most impressive, however, is Khaimovich's solid feel and unrelenting momentum, maintaining an energetic flow from start to finish.””
"One of the highlights of this disc [Andarta, 2008, Origin Records] is the superb capturing of Khaimovich's Eddie Gomez-influenced bass. His multiple solos are magnificent, as is his driving supportive groundwork throughout."
"...and Khaimovich pumps out the first of many bass solos beyond the standard for quartet recordings. The album [Andarta, 2008, Origin Records] closes with a sweeping piece [Andarta, title track by Khaimovich], a dramatic tune with charging chords and stunning soloing."
"The production values were very wisely chosen by having the superlative bass playing to the forefront. The arrangements of the two standards are unique, there's a fine post-bop effort and the leader [Khaimovich] is an excellent Jazzman."