Jazz tenor saxophonist Bob Graf was an admired player on the modern jazz scene of St. Louis in the 50s. He was a friend to trumpeter Clark Terry, also from St. Louis, and they were both members of Count Basie's small group formed in 1948. Graf joined Woody Herman's band and recorded for Capitol in 1950 and MGM in '51. He also recorded with Chet Baker's big band for Pacific Jazz in '56 and has solos on several tunes. This 1958 recording was the first modern jazz LP to be issued on the Delmar label (later to become Delmark). Quintet date with 5 songs including "Four", "Dear Old Stockholm", "Street of Dreams", "Bernie's Tune" and "Funky Ride".