This is the fourth album that Doug Kern, the most prolific keyboardist in the short history of the Black Jazz Records label, has left with Black Jazz, and it is also the last release from Black Jazz Records, which sadly marked the end of the label. It was also the first release since he parted ways with Gene Kern, with whom he had worked on three albums as a partner, and in order to drown his sorrows, a total of 11 musicians were called in, each of whom skillfully presented their tremendous performances. The producer is, of course, Gene Russell, the leader of Black Jazz Records. The album kicks off with "Chant," an epic Latin jazz song with soulful male and female vocals, followed by "Higher Ground," a jazz-funk dance tune that takes you back to the jazz clubs of the 70s, and a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's "Mighty Mighty. A cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's "Mighty Mighty" and many more, this is one of the most euphoric albums in the history of Black Jazz Records, with a succession of joyful and soulful songs that show no sign of Gene Kern's loopholes. It's a masterpiece that ends the label's story in the happiest way possible, and should forever be talked about as a milestone in spiritual jazz!