Digitally remastered edition of the Jazz bassist's 1974 album. Monk Montgomery is widely recognized as being perhaps the first electric bassist of any real significance to Jazz and introduced the Fender Precision Bass to the genre around 1951 however he is more famously seen playing the Fender Jazz Bass which would become his signature instrument alongside his use of a double bass. Monk Montgomery released a number of solo albums and in 1974 found himself signed to the legendary Philadelphia International Records where he released his fourth studio album, Reality. The album was produced by Bobby Martin who also lends his musical skills on the Fender Rhodes alongside Ron Kersey on guitar and Vince Montana on the vibraphone. Liner notes by Discussions Magazine's Stephen SPAZ Schnee.