Label: Prestige – P-24048, Prestige – P 24048 Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Gatefold Country: US Released: 1975 / 1st Genre: Jazz Style: Bop, Hard Bop, Jazz-Funk
A1 Opus De Funk 4:05 A2 Buhaina 4:32 A3 I've Lost Your Love 4:59 A4 Soma 5:25 A5 Wonder Why 5:22 B1 My Funny Valentine 4:37 B2 Stonewall 7:42 B3 I Should Care 4:16 B4 Nearness Of You 4:01 B5 Moonray 5:01 C1 Sealer, The 6:29 C2 Ruby, My Dear 4:23 C3 None Shall Wonder 3:52 C4 Ruby 5:48 D1 Invitation 3:50 D2 Stella By Starlight 3:56 D3 Too Close For Comfort 5:11 D4 Poom-A-Loom 6:50
Credits Art Direction – Phil Carroll Bass – Percy Heath (tracks: A1 to B5), Ron Carter (tracks: C, D) Compilation Producer – David Turner (2) Drums – Connie Kay (tracks: A5 to D4), Kenny Clarke (tracks: A1 to A4) Engineer [Original Recording] – Ray Fowler (tracks: C1 to D4), Rudy Van Gelder (tracks: A1 to B5) Liner Notes – Thomas Albright Photography By – Lee Tanner, Peter Breinig Photography By [Cover] – Phil Bray Piano – Horace Silver (tracks: A1 to B5), Tommy Flanagan (tracks: C, D) Producer [Originally] – Bob Weinstock (tracks: A1 to B5), Orrin Keepnews (tracks: C1 to D4) Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Heath (tracks: C, D1, D2) Trumpet – Henry Boozier (tracks: A1 to A4), Kenny Dorham (tracks: C1 to D1, D3, D4), Virgil Jones (tracks: D3, D4) Vibraphone – Milt Jackson
Notes The catalog# is printed as "P-24048" on cover and spine but as "P 24048" on the labels. A1 to A4 previously released as Milt Jackson Quintet, Prestige 10" LP 183, recorded June 16, 1954 A5 to B5 previously released as Milt Jackson Quartet, Prestige 7003, recorded May 20, 1955 Side C & D previously released as Invitation, Riverside 446, recorded August 30, October 31, and November 7, 1962 Side A and B recorded at Van Gelder Studios, Hackensack, New Jersey. Side B and D recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York City, Remastered, 1975, at Fantasy Studios; Berkeley, Ca.