C'mon, albums like this write their own reviews. Rosenberg surrounded by Kenny Barron and Lewis Nash with Chris McBride and Robert Irving lurking in the background? What else is there to say? With music informed by years of knowing each other and living now in unsettling times akin to the good old civil rights days, this is a bridge date that links the 60s and now almost without saying a word. Meaty jazz that doesn't have to be at the top of the charts to be at the top of your mind, this real playing by real pros taking the trio format exactly where you want it to be. Hot throughout.