Lingo (OA2), by drummer-percussionist Phil Parisot and his quartet, is the definition of a mainstream set. Alternating burners and ballads, Parisot's melodically attractive compositions are the real stars. "Collage," the opening track, provides a workout for tenor saxophonist Steve Treseler, who sketches the convoluted but mesmerizing melody line. Pianist Dan Kramlich, who adds Fender Rhodes on several works, and bassist Michael Glynn display consummate accompanist skills. Parisot is in his realm here, unleashing a torrent of fills and cymbal accents throughout the tune, which has all the earmarks of a hard-bop standard. The level of pure, seething virtuosity is stunning.