Perhaps pianist Junior Mance's greatest talent is his ability to tell a story, to get his message across so that listeners feel it, deeply. Take his crackling title track on this 1962 session. The tempo is jackrabbit-fast yet Mance, a bluesy bopper who was a stellar sideman with Dinah Washington, Cannonball Adderley, and Dizzy Gillespie before emerging as a leader, plays ideas that are both complex and easy on the ear. His meaning is clear: enjoy this happy, foot-tapping music. The slower "For Dancers Only" also cooks like mad, and is rich with blues essence. The Gillespie classic, "Tin Tin Deo," is a buoyant delight while the gentler "Azure Te" and "Jitterbug Waltz" are sweetly tuneful. Bassist Ron Carter and drummer Mickey Roker are the ace accompanists.