The other jazz tradition has been around as long as the music itself, as Jelly Roll Morton introduced "The Latin Tinge" to his earliest recordings. Here, street level Latin pulses are delivered by trumpeter and leader Tito Carrillo and his percolating band of Troy Roberts/sax, Ben Lewis/p, Clark Sommers/b, Jay Sawyer/dr and Victor Gonzalez/cong. There's fire in Carrillo's belly as he sears with Lewis on "Fly By Night" and smoothly glides over the sizzling undercurrent of "Fire & Ice". There's a richly rumbling cadence on "Momentum" , with Roberts' tenor in exuberant form on "Crazy, Stupid Fire", taking the baton from Sommers' textured intro. The horns bring heat to the streets on "Urbanessence" and soulfully strut to "Bliss Point". It's cruise night on the boulevard!