The last album from The Brass Ring – but a gem of a little set, and one
that's almost got more weird touches than usual from maestro Phil Bodner! Many of the tunes here are from hip 60s soundtracks – and Bodner's got a nicely lean way
of putting them over – a style that distills the best melodic moments from the themes, then filters them through that great Brass Ring filter of bossa, organ, and saxophone – all used sparingly and rhythmically to create some really wonderful sounds! There's a few light wordless vocals on some cuts – as on other Brass Ring records – and the track selection is wonderful, with versions of "Do You Know The Way
To San Jose", "Love Is Blue", "Sandy", "Rosemary's Baby", "The Odd Couple", "For The Love Of Ivy", and the great "Montage" track from How Sweet It Is.
(In the original die-cut gatefold cover, with a promo sticker, some wear, and creases around the edges.)