My copy of the CD has nine tracks. Recorded in 1960 over two sessions, the personnel is the same with the exception of the pianist. Tracks 5 -9 were recorded first (not sure of the logic) with Bobby Timmons on piano (i.e. The "classic" quintet from 1959) and tracks 1-4 recorded a month later with Barry Harris, himself a fine pianist.
I am a fan of the quintet with Bobby Timmons. We have two takes of Timmons' "Dat Dere", plus "Work Song", "Soon" and "Del Sasser". As expected, these tracks are superb and like the whole album have not dated despite being recorded fifty four years ago.
The first four tracks, recorded later with Barry Harris, are "Work Song", "Jeannine", "Easy Living" and "Them Dirty Blues" ( the only tune by Cannonball). Everyone is a classic (sorry to keep using the word) recording.
To a Cannonball devotee the tunes will be well known, but if you don't have any Adderley albums this is the first to buy. Possibly the best of all his albums, I have owned a copy in one format or another since its initial release.