When Jim Davis started producing records at Verve, he changed the company's recording philosophy toward it's most prolific instrumentalist. Where Norman Granz had produced countless Oscar Peterson albums dedicated to the popular song, Davis was more interested in making albums closer to how the Peterson trio sounded live. His first Peterson records were the legendary London House sessions. By the time of this album, there had been no personnel change in the trio for five years - so it is no surprise that the rapport among the musicians here is telepathic. Originally released in 1964. Oscar Peterson, pianoRay Brown, bassEd Thigpen, drums.