Wiegner and Brunotte have written accessible and interesting compositions which make up most of the tracks. Their solos are creative, their comping sensitive, and you can feel the quartet's rapport. The title would appear to have both a personal and musical meaning as the program includes jazz waltz, funk, samba, and swing aplenty. Brunotte plays with time on his "Monkian Mood" and "No One But You." Keith Jarrett's "Memories of Tomorrow," originally an improvisation from the Koln concert, is given a Latin flavor. For sheer virtuosity, listen to Wiegner's " Don't Rush Me" and "PM Blues". The latter is more wake-up call than sleepy time! And then there's Brunotte's light and lyrical "He Made Away With Love," a beautiful tune. The standards include a relaxed "Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans." The folks down there deserve all the joy they can get.
Many years ago I wandered into a Boston record shop and heard some wonderful jazz organ. I was surprised to find out it was "Basie Jam" (Pablo) with the Count at the keys. I've been hooked on jazz organ group recordings ever since. I really like About Time.