This was made in the early period when Quincy Jones was moving from out and out jazz to fusion and soul which led to his work with Michael Jackson. Interesting historically as well as very listenable .
A complete gem from the vaults of rare grooving. This is Quincy at his most sublime and the sound - as befits a geat producer - is very warm even on CD. Like Stevie Wonder's Music of My Mind this has lots of ambient keyboards, and harmonicas to die for. This is wonderful music to take to the nearest river. Make mine the Hudson.