The title track, composed by Rick, is a tribute to the sounds and
styles that he grew up with: "When I was in high school, in the
early 70s, I was listening a lot to Chick Corea, Herbie
Hancock and Joe Zawinul. I loved the sound of the Fender Rhodes
piano, which Brad has recreated beautifully on this CD, and I wrote
"Brookline, Summer" with this sound in mind. It's a
tribute to my formative years listening and playing jazz.