In 1965 Baker returned to the US and in a massive recording session, recorded enough material for 5 LPs. These were later reissued on 3 CDs; although the music on all of them is consistently good, this one is the best of the three. "Cherokee" and "Bevan beeps" are excellent, as are the 2 blues compositions "Chabootie" and "Carpsie's groove," both taken fairly slow. George Coleman on tenor and Kirk Lightsey on piano are in great form, too. Recommended.