A relaxed and at times lazy set by pianist Earl Hines
and his 1964 trio with bassist Ahmed Abdul Malik and drummer Oliver Jackson
, the overly concise performances (only one of the dozen songs is over four minutes) contain no real surprises. Hines
takes a few pleasing (but forgettable) vocals and since he recorded so frequently during the 1964-77 period, there are many better sets to acquire before this okay LP.