This most recent batch of RVG reissues (2/15 & 3/1/05) features some long neglected Blue Note titles, none rarer than this one, which has been out-of-print as a single disc for nearly 15 years. Of the half-dozen albums that this edition of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers (Art, Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Timmons and Jymie Merritt) recorded in 1960 and early 1961, the sessions from August 7 & 14, which yielded "A Night in Tunisia" (see my review) and "Like Someone in Love," are the finest. Indeed, enough material was recorded over those two dates for two LPs, and while "Tunisia" is generally considered the masterpiece, the selections assigned to "Like Someone in Love" deserve more recognition. In particular, the title track, a beautiful standard frequently featured in the Messenger live repertoire, and Wayne Shorter's "Sleeping Dancer Sleep On," which is one of the truly great Messenger tunes. The other three songs -- Lee Morgan's "Johnny's Blue" and the Shorter penned "Noise in the Attic" and "Giantis" -- further show the burgeoning writing talents of Art's frontline players, who later in the decade would be recognized as two of that generation's most gifted jazz composers. Any Messenger fan who did not get "Like Someone in Love" in its original CD incarnation or via the now OOP Mosaic Set, would be remiss not to fall in "Love" now.