An excellent little album – with a very funky sound! Don't be put off by the "jazz rock" in the title – because there's very little rock in here – just some hard funky drums and fuzzy use of guitar – served up by Don Sebesky in his approximation of the sound of the younger generation! The album's very much in the best groovy, groove-heavy Verve instrumental mode of the 60s – a soaring, swinging style that did plenty back in the day to bridge
the generation gap. Guitar solos are by Joe Beck and Larry Coryell – and other players include Hubert Laws on flute, Richard Spencer on alto, and Don Sebesky on organ, clavinet, and electric harpsichord! Titles include "Shake A Lady", "Banana Flower", "The Word", "Big Mama Cass", "Somebody Groovy", "I Dig Rock & Roll Music", "You've Got Your Troubles", and "Meet A Cheeta".
(Yellow label promo pressing. Cover has a promo sticker, some wear, and some peeling on back from a partially removed strip of tape.)