Horacee Arnold is a musician who has been off the radar for many years, but he recorded a couple of nice albums for Columbia back in the 1970's which are available again. Here he got some of the finest young talent around, many of whom went on to long and distinguished musical careers (and all of whom became much more famous than Mr. Arnold did). Joe Farrell brings to this session what he brought to the first RTF band and gives it much of the same feel. Billy Harper plays with his usual fire and sounds as ever like no one but Billy Harper. Then there is the great guitarist Ralph Towner and the very fine vibist David Friedman, who somehow didn't reach Burton or Hutcherson-type fame but not because he didn't have that kind of talent. Very nice album, one that I will come back to.