One of the delights of the last phrase of Lester Young's career is the cache of recordings made during his 1956 engagement at Olivia's Patio Lounge in Washington, D.C. The rhythm section led by pianist Bill Potts was just the kind Pres liked and too seldom had in his latter years. Potts, bassist Norman Williams, and drummer Jim Lucht were content to provide Young a supply of correct chords and a firm delineation of the time. They thrust upon him none of the rhythmic complications with which other young musicians of the bop era sometimes frustrated Young, causing him to retreat into rote playing. Here, his solos often recall the freshness and daring of Pres's early days. The tunes come from Young's more or less constant repertoire and include "Sometimes I'm Happy" with a reprise of the tag from his famous 1943 recording.