Saxophonist and clarenitist Gary Bartz released this LP in 1975, and it's a fantastic album full of slick funky soul jazz, some of the tracks even includes vocal. The music has a nice space and the sound is crispy and clear, Larry Mizell made such a great production with the record, and he include a buch of arty young players of synthesizer too. On this hip record Bartz working with musicians like Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Mtume, Hubert Eaves and Howard King. Some of the tunes are typical of it's time and are flirting with fusion, AOR and even smart disco. Sadly this album only has been reissued in Japan, and it's long out of print. Too bad, cause this is such a groovy and "adult" affair.