This album is a sequel to "Home Cookin'". It was recorded on the same day as "Back At The Chicken Shack" in April 1960. The quartet has three from "Home Cookin'" (JS, guitarist Kenny Burrell and drummer Donald Bailey). The change is the saxophonist. Stanley Turrentine successfully replaces Percy France.
The result is that we have the perfect "funky blues- jazz" group. Turrentine and Burrell are perfect partners to the unique sound of Jimmy Smith's Hammond organ. Bailey is the perfect drummer for this grouping. This album has five tracks of moderate length. Only two are "originals", the title track from Smith, and one from Turrentine. Two of the others ( "One O'Clock Jump" and "Jumpin' The Blues") are jazz standards, and one "popular song". There is sufficient variety among the tunes to make this a most enjoyable album.
The sound of the true Hammond organ is being lost to present day jazz. Modern keyboards cannot accurately recreate its wonderful sound. Being driven by valve technology, and weighing a huge weight they are not conveniently transportable. These Jimmy Smith albums are an historical treasury still very enjoyable today.
As in common with the other albums "in this series" the cover art work is superb.