His approach to Victor Young's legendary "Street of Dreams" is the most unusual I have ever heard. Never losing the wonderful melody, he inserts the fireworks of percussionist Woody Williams entirely without intrusion. "Beignet Boogie", though quite a fresh Anschell composition, reminded me of some of the works of Raymond Scott, a man who, in the 1930s was way ahead of his time with such tunes as "Powerhouse". The haunting "Stories We Hold" and "Lullaby for Sam" exhibit the gentler side of a most versatile pianist. This record is certainly worth a listen.