I hadn't heard this for years, but recently picked it up again... I used to love the title track, Shepp soloing forcefully around a driving Afrocentric percussive line (featuring the late Ed Blackwell on rhythm logs) for some fifteen minutes, while having mixed feelings about the rest of the album, which seemed tighter and "jazzier" and less inspired. With time, my feelings have flip-flopped, and I think the fifteen minutes of soloing gets a bit MUCH, while being drawn to the tighter, jazzier numbers. Go figure. Anyhow, it's a fine album, not quite the masterpiece that is FIRE MUSIC, but pretty strong stuff, and worth having around. "Sorry 'bout that," the last cut, is fun, lively, and impassioned, in particular. The only other names I recognize in the lineup are Beaver Harris and Reggie Workman -- Rudd and Moncur aren't present, nor is Marion Brown... I can't say much about this disc beyond that, find words failing me, but think it's worth your time (and the cost of the import).