In a mode that foreshadow
s his move to soul during the 70s, this one features Les singing to some hip arrangements by Gerald Wilson – in kind of a pop soul jazz style that was common for LA of the mid 60s. Most of the tracks are standards, done with a bit of a kick, and some of that down-home grooving that folks were used to from Les' piano albums. Les still plays piano on this one while he's singing – and titles include "Bye Bye Black Bird", "Deed I Do", "On The Street Where You Live", "Sweet Georgia Brown", "But Not For Me", and "Wonder Why".
(Sleeve has tape on the bottom seam, a bit of waviness on front, and some writing on back.)