It's interesting that Mimi Fox is the band's guitarist, yet she declares the album an organ trio. Particularly since the album is dedicated to the efforts of jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery. Then again, Wes was known for making classic albums with organist Jimmy Smith. Hence, we arrive at the album's primary focus. With Brian Ho handling the organ duties and Lorca Hart's drums, One for Wes is smooth, jazzy, and cool as the other side of the pillow. Their sound invokes images of the smoky nightclubs of the 60's, where the band would hit the stage at 10 p.m. and play three or four sets until 3 in the morning. They're locked in from the jump, making you ready to sit back and groove while enjoying the cocktail of your choice once you've settled into your booth and loosened your tie. Chill out and let the band do its thing.