Philadelphia born reedman Sonny Fortune moved to New York in 1967 after playing with R & B bands in his home town. He appeared live and recorded with drummer Elvin Jones and subsequently Mongo Santamaria and pianist McCoy Turner. In 1974 he replaced David Liebman in Miles Davis' band, recording 4 albums with Miles in 1974/1975. Since then Fortune has had albums on Blue Note, A & M and Atlantic. This 1987 date featuring Renee Rosnes, Kenny Davis and Ronnie Burrage, was one of producer Masahiko Yuh's last dates for the Why Not label.