A great groover from Don Patterson – cut in a trio format, with an open-ended style that lets the players kick back and play, in the sort of free and easy setting you'd hear in a hip small club. Patterson's organ is backed by his usual drummer Billy James
, and 4 of the album's 5 tracks feature tenor work, either by Booker
Ervin or Sonny Stitt. The last track, "Theme For Dee", is a spare mellow ballad that features mostly just organ by Patterson, with some subtle drum fills by James
. The other tracks groove a bit harder, and include "Love Me With All Your Heart", "42639", and "Sentimental Journey".
(Blue label pressing. Back cover has some wear, with staining along the bottom.)