Recorded originally in 1989 After Hours is the first Jazz Recording for Andre Previn in 27 years. Previn took time off from his busy schedule in the classical music world to return briefly to jazz, his first love. The majority of the performances on this trio set with guitarist Joe Pass and bassist Ray Brown are first takes and Previn, Pass and Brown play together as if they had been touring as a group for years. The pianist is generous with solo space and Pass's solos are sometimes exhilarating. For Previn, it is as if the previous three decades did not occur for he plays in a style little changed from 1960, displaying an Oscar Peterson influence mixed in with touches of Lennie Tristano and Bill Evans's chording, performing ten standards and his own "One for Bunz.".
This recording has been mastered by the new Ultra High Definition 32-Bit mastering process, which creates an unbelievable sound surpassing other formats.