Grigorov switched styles as if he were channel-surfing. On three dances, he started with a tango, went into a barely discernible reggae beat that merged into a polka, and finished with another Bulgarian rhythm. His most impassioned moment came on the blues "End of Story," which he delivered with funky abandon.
Grigorov may be the only person with the background necessary to make these songs sound connected.
— Karl Stark