This CD reissue from the 1971 Montreux Jazz Festival has one of pianist Ahmad Jamal's
finest recordings of the early '70s. Performing with bassist Jamil Sulieman Nasser
and drummer Frank Gant
shows that his basic style has evolved since the 1950s but is still quite recognizable. He uses the electric piano as a double for color and stretches out on three numbers (including a remake of his hit "Poinciana") in addition to playing a five minute version of Herbie Hancock's
"Dolphin Dance." An excellent effort.