Adam's high-flying piano leads one of those jazz experiences where once the first note is played, the music charges ahead (with vigor) and never stops! He's joined by Mike Olmos (trumpet), Patrick Wolff (alto sax), Rob Roth (tenor sax), John Wiltala (bass) and Smith Dobson (drums), and they just KICK on the splendid 6:19 opener, "Grant and Green"... if yer' not toe-tappin' & groovin' along to this by the second bar, you are NOT the jazz fan you claim to be. "Pearl and Bruno" will swing you right into that cool place you want to be at... the horns on this tune are totally "on-time", and if you love trumpet, Mike will provide you with all the satisfaction you need on this great piece. From the perspective of "listenable" jazz, it was the the nearly nine minute "Shelby's Sojourn" that got my vote for personal favorite of the eight (long) tunes offered up for your pleasure. A very full-bodied and totally talented jazz listen that gets a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED from me... "EQ" (energy quotient) rating is 4.98.