Bassist Will Goble delivers the blues in many dark and light hues here on a mix of originals, covers and traditional. He teams up with the thick tenor of Gregory Tardy, nimble piano for Louis Heriveaux and Dave Potter's simpatico drumming for some clever arrangements and deliveries. The post bop original "Johnson's Magic Umbrella" has some Monkish corners for Tardy to veer around, while Heriveaux's modal touch on "The Ant's Went Marching..." and mingling with the leader on Mary Williams' "Dirge Blues" produces thoughtful moments. Goble's work on "It AIn't Necessarily So" is palpable, while he lyrically soft shoes with Tardy's tenor on "Hold Tight." Some vocals by Tabreeca Woodside on "Another Man Done Gone" is rich and loose, and the team bounces with delight on "Three Little Words." Lot's of excellent hues of the rainbow produced here.