Larry Vincent's first release as a soloist is an example of contemporary jazz that comes out of the great tradition of America's true art form. While deeply rooted in bop and the styles that have derived out of it, this music has some very unique elements that make it a truly enjoyable listening experience. Larry's musical heritage from his native Venezuela gives this project an exciting feel, yet it can't safely be classified as 'Latin Jazz'. The result is an engaging recording that takes the listeners through some new musical landscapes, yet at the same time reassures them that what they are listening to is JAZZ. Larry is in great company for this recording. On piano is world renown musician Donald Brown, who made a name for himself in the 80s, when he was a member of the Art Blakey group. Since then he has recorded numerous albums of his own, as well as performed with some of today's top jazz musicians. On bass Larry is joined by Rusty Holloway. Rusty is a member of the music faculty at UTK and has performed with Dizzy Gillespie, Monty Alexander and Sarah Vaughn, among many others. He was also a member of the Woody Herman Orchestra, which included musicians like Joe Lovano and Tim Hagans. Drummer Chris Gray and saxophonist Tom Johnson round up the ensemble and together they deliver a refreshing and forceful performance.