The featured Amazon review called this album "thoroughly funky and often called the absolute best of his post-Blue Note recordings." Well, it's definitely different from his "Unity" album, and not nearly as enjoyable. While it may be funky in parts, there is also a definite fusion vibe. If I had to sum it all up, I'd just say that it's thoroughly weird, especially the album's closing track, "New York Electric Street Music." At least it's different. Musicians may find more to like on here than the casual listener. Young's keyboard work is a highlight, and the other musicians, particularly Fernando Saunders on bass, hold their own too. But overall, the material on this CD is weak and not very memorable. I never heard the vinyl, but there do not appear to be any bonus tracks of any sort to supplement this CD reissue, about 42 minutes in length. I don't think that this one will rank as any sort of lost jazz classic. For fans and crate diggers only.