This collection puts together some of Cannonball's (and brother Nat's) later Capitol material that hasn't made it to CD domestically. (What unites this is that everything here was produced by David Axelrod, and I would leave it to the listener to figure out what his role was.) The settings are far removed from the Adderley brothers Riverside years - but, whatever the setting, they remain true to their jazz roots. Spacey synthesizers and an occasional funky electric bass don't seem to phase them. Unfortunately this set includes some of their spoken word zodiac/Bible LPs that were an acquired taste even when released. But, beyond those few cuts, there's some terrific stuff that you won't find elsewhere, like "Black Messiah" several other long pieces, and a rare single. For a fan of the Adderleys - as I am - this is 5 stars, a real surprise, material I gave up on ever hearing again. But for more casual listeners, while I would certainly recommend it, you might want to explore some other albums first. For me, though, I wouldn't miss it!