Personnel: Stanley Turrentine (tenor saxophone); Stanley Turrentine; Jay Berliner (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Joe Beck (guitar); Eddie Daniels, Romeo Pengue, Phil Bodner (piccolo, clarinet, oboe); Marvin Stamm (trumpet, flugelhorn); Victor Paz, Earl Gardner (trumpet); Brooks Tillotson, Paul Ingraham, James Buffington (French horn); James Pugh, Paul Faulise (trombone); Derek Smith (Fender Rhodes piano); George Duvivier (acoustic bass, upright bass); Marcus Miller (electric bass, bass guitar); Marrio Nichols (congas); Rubens Bassini (percussion); Cedar Walton (piano); Buddy Williams (drums).
Audio Remixer: Tony May.
Recording information: Aura Recording Studios, New York, NY (02/1980-03/1980).
Photographer: Chris Callis.
Arranger: Wade Marcus.
This early 1980s set of funk-tinged instrumentals features Stanley Turrentine performing a set of easy-listening jazz with orchestral accompaniment. Though perhaps not the best example of the saxophonist's work, it does contain several nice set pieces, notably the big band arrangement of "Ghana," and the atmospheric after-hours ballad "Don't Misunderstand."