Newman 's solo has an edgy urgency not usually associated with him. Walton plays wild, syncopated chords in the middle, to which Higgins reacts by triple-timing the band. On the session, Morgan 's charts are even more expansive.
Coleman 's "Free Flow" is blues that has mutated into a post-bop cavalcade of sonances and intervals. Mabern 's "Mr. Johnson" is a minor-key masterpiece with the front line playing a long, loping melody that enters the harmonic frame of Cuban folk music and son.
Coleman 's solo is one of the most emotionally wrought in his recorded oeuvre. Conversely, Priester 's "The Stroker" is a funky, Latin-tinged swinger with a lovely, physical solo by the trombonist and Morgan plays some gorgeous fills as Roker bottles up the middle eight before splitting the tune wide open in its last two minutes. Despite the great differences in approach, these two sessions complement each other well; Morgan fans would be well advised to snag this one before Blue Note yanks it from the catalog once more.
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