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This 1984 album is important as an early milestone in pianist Gene Harris' second career. Harris, who had led the popular Three Sounds in the 1960s, had been living in obscurity in Boise, ID, for several years before he was urged by bassist Ray Brown to come to the West Coast for some recording sessions. Harris became a permanent member of Brown's regular trio for quite a few years before launching his own quartet. He had lost none of his technique, soul, or swing in the interim, as he shows throughout this fine release.
Personnel: Ray Brown (bass), Gene Harris (piano), Gerryck King (drums), Emily Remler (guitar), Red Holloway (saxophone, tenor saxophone)
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