Jerry Heldman plays bass, piano, flute and even throws in some vocals as he leads a rhythmic team of David F risen/b-p, Sam Lipumag and Allan Pimentel/dr through a collection of sessions from the 70s. Because of the age of the sessions, the sound can be a bit thick at times, but the energy is fervent and heart felt. Lyrical pieces such as "Bossa Nova No. 1/Song For Kim" have some deep rivulets of grooves with LIpuma's guitar quite impressive. Graceful keyboards are in abundance, creating moods quite bluesy on the jamming "44 Bar Tune" and a nicely developed "Joy In The Lord." A ruminating flute is meditative on "Revelation 22" and some lovely piano is in evidence on the ballad "Song For Julia." Two discs of music that is rich in faithfulness and more than makes up for what it lacks in sonic fidelity.