This re-issue of a live set from 1975 now has 11 tracks on two CDs instead of the original four on one LP.
It's very well-recorded. There is some crowd noise and applause, but the music quality is like a studio recording.
The group is a quartet, with Stan on piano, Art Themen on sax, Dave Green on double bass and Bryan Spring on drums.
I've given this album five stars because of just two brilliant tracks - the remaining nine tracks are okay, but I treat them as background music.
The two tracks I adore are See Meenah (15 mins) and Doin' It For Art (8 mins).
The latter is just gorgeous, melodic, emotional, sax-oriented music - almost enough to make me cry. I don't listen to enough jazz to class myself as a jazz fan, but I love this track more than any other pop, rock, classical or jazz music I've ever come across, so that's why I wrote this review. Listen to it. Buy it. It's lovely.
[The next one I want re-released on CD is South East Assignment from 1980 - all five tracks are brilliant. Hurry up and release it, please.]