first album since 1966 makes one wonder why he was neglected for so long. He uplifts such tunes as "On Broadway," "I Cover the Waterfront" and "Do I Worry" and is in prime form throughout. The well-rounded set also has some lesser-known material with Andrews
backed by Llew Mathews' arrangements for the Los Angeles-based players; among the sidemen are trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison
, the reeds of Herman Riley
, Red Holloway
and Buddy Collette
and guitarist Kenny Burrell
. A fine LP that unfortunately has not yet been reissued on CD.