Jazz, No. 2/78, New York: »Pianists grow humble at the mention of Tommy Flanagan’s name. There are few who, like Flanagan, use the linear and tonal resources of the piano with the exploratory depth and with that a Sonny Rollins or a Coleman Hawkins brought to the tenor. There are also few from whom each nuance of volume and touch is brought forth with such freshness that the music is a new story every time… Everyone shines here; the album is a treat and a feast«.
Nominated for the 1978 Grammy Award.