A charismatic smiling Art Blakey is on the drums. This is how the music starts. This is a rendering of Golson’s just by myself. Trumpeter Morgan has made a fluid contribution to the music. Here is displayed a comping style in music. His music is a little brawny reaching high notes and somewhat even drowns the drumming of Blakey. In comparison with both it can be said that Golson on his saxophone is a bit mellow. Morgon is followed up with the pianist Bobby Timmons. His contributions bring a mellow yet rhythmic undertones to the music. This repetitive phrase is kept throughout. Even when the music double times, the phrases that Bobby Timmons plays is kept quite compact. There is some spirited interactions between both here and proceeds on with a rush released platter by Blakey. The sequence of events here were complete. The music proceeds from Blakey and then move around and ends with Blakey again. Hearing the trumpeter reminded me of things that could go out of control. I felt that this was represented by the trumpeter music. The things that go out of control are kept in rein by the pianist with his constant rhythm.