Review excerpt from Briece memorial concert in 1986:
"The success of Briece's approach is his ability to make you forget that you are listening to cheap pieces of electrified plastic. He makes you listen to the music; and what music! A swirling polyphony of scales, first ascending then descending in a hypnotic blanket of sound. Like four church organists gone mad, or at least having some fun, the music works its power over you. Garland and his musicians obviously put a lot of time and energy into these performances, and it showed. Jack Briece would have been a very happy man, knowing his music had found both proponent and audience. "