If you like your jazz to be pure jazz that stimulates, soothes, satisfies and engages. This is the one for you. It manages to combine the best of Oscar Peterson's talents (those maleable, plunging, saturated and stonking notes) with the compulsively mad, whining trails of the Terry trumpet. There is the wonderfully syncopated and structured BROTHERHOOD OF MAN that is punctuated by Peterson's confident piano entries and the fabulously silly but witty INCOHERENT BLUES. Neither artist overshadows or dominates the other; both integrate and mesh and allow the other to shine in an effortless and ultimately moistly musical experience that will have you rocking, swaying and reconsidering why you never listened to more of Peterson!