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What is an exception is that the horns are not featured on this one, thus focusing the spotlight on pianist Richie Powell and the seldom-featured bassist George Morrow. Guitarist Kenny Burrell takes center stage on this slow, blues-drenched performance.
Alongside Burrell are drummer Philly Joe Jones and organist Jimmy Smith , under whose name this performance was originally issued. The energy is high as trumpeter Baker gives a nice, clear, lyrical reading of the song.