I can't believe no-one's posted a review for this, it's one of the finest jazz records around. I had it on tape years ago, someone pinched it (unsurprisingly), and it took me forever to locate it again (I'd forgotten the title). The clue was in Mulligan's biography, which raves about it, and the Penguin jazz guide, which gives it a maximum rating. It's eight tracks of hypnotically melodic, ultra-cool jazz, with Mulligan, Art Farmer on trumpet, together with gentle bass and very discreet drums. Farmer is wonderful - better than Chet Baker or Miles Davis but with a similar tone to both, only more bluesy. Mulligan's baritone sax has the most beautiful tone, and the tunes are a selection of his best material. This is not the sort of aimless blowing session that a lot of jazz records can be, but very carefully arranged and thought out melodies and arrangements. Impeccable.