"Put On Train" is an amazingly great jazz piece. It is fresh, lively, funny, soulful and it makes you want to dance. Gene Harris plays the piano as energetically as ever, accompanied by the Three Sounds and what sounds to my ears like someone blowing the meanest, funkiest, brashest and most insolent jazz kazoo you can ever imagine! I have over 10,000 straight-ahead and bebop jazz mp3's on my drive, and this is my favorite one right now. This song should be our national anthem. The tragedy is that "Put On Train" was released on a Blue Note vinyl LP album ("Gene Harris / The Three Sounds" - Blue Note BST 84378) which was never re-issued as a CD. Finally, beware of the live version of "Put On Train" featured on the CD "Live at the IT Club - Volume 2", which is a good performance but IT LACKS THE KAZOO! And that funky kazoo is what really makes the studio version unbelievable.