While the original album title may be a sign of the record label getting carried away, trombonist Eddie Bert
is a strong bebop trombonist like J.J. Johnson. On this session he's joined by the always superb pianist Hank Jones
, plus Wendell Marshall
and Kenny Clarke
overdubs his horn on several tracks answering his open horn with a muted response in "Stompin' at the Savoy." He also wrote a tasty blues "I Should' a Said," a lively Latin flavored feature for overdubbed horns "See You Later," while his "Three Bass Hit" generously features Marshall. Bert
's been more active as a sideman than a leader since the '50s, so this is one album that his fans need to acquire.