The musicians engage in a deceptively complex series of exchanges, marked by polytonal interplay, where vibist Larry Potter provides a high end sheen to the overall proceedings. On pieces such as "Madder Lake," violinist David Prentice’s staccato lines mesh rather nicely with Leo Smith’s raspy toned choruses and vapid single note flurries. Other highlights include the group’s sonorous, chamber-like endeavors and sequential soloing spots. They often pursue a round-robin type of approach, embroidered with changeable themes amid mood-evoking passages. Overall, this outing signifies a worthy and relatively important re-release for the trumpeter’s legion of admirers.