I've had this recording on vinyl since about 1978. It's the only Jan Hammer I own, so I can't fairly compare it to anything else of his. But I love it. You would be hard-pressed to call it "jazz" per se--actually it's much closer to being a rock recording. What a combination, though! Synthesizers galore, violin (Steven Kindler), bass (Fernando Saunders), and a drummer (Tony Smith) who sings lead vocals on a couple of cuts! He has a light soul voice that adds yet another dimension to this very diverse recording. I can't understand why it took so long for someone to release "Oh, Yeah" on CD, but I guess the popularity and recognition of the Miami Vice soundtrack, which Jan Hammer wrote and performed kind of precludes everything else. Whatever. Now it's available, and at a very reasonable price. No fancy liner notes or bonus tracks, but the remastered recording (by Jan Hammer himself) sounds fabulous. Chant along and enjoy-"Oh, yeah?...Oh, yeah!"