Will do. My listening opportunities have slowed this week, so hopefully will pick back up soon. I'm almost through the Milt Jackson disc and I love it. Almost all standards except Nat Adderly's Angel Face, which is a beautiful ballad (Dan Steele take notice). It begins with essentially a trio setting as Hank Jones, Wendell Marshall (cousin of Jimmy Blanton) & Kenny Clarke lay it down. That opening makes me want to search for one of this series' trio dates as it was really wonderful (looks like there's at least a couple of Hank Jones led sessions, so I'll be on the lookout). As the song continues, you get Bags & Lucky trading off and then toward the end another Jones-led trio segment. There's a lot of resonance in Milt's vibes throughout these songs which I really dig, and Lucky plays excellent as noted above. Clarke & Marshall round out the rhythm section very well. I think this is the first time I've heard Marshall play and he's really good. The tempo picks back up with the next track, Sometimes I'm Happy. This is really fine album and I'd highly recommend it.