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    1. Arriving Soon 8:08
    2. Well, You Needn't 8:16
    3. New Delhi 6:54
    4. Winetone 6:57
    5. Star Eyes 4:34
    6. Lisa (Take 8) 4:04
    7. Lisa (Take 3) 6:40
    8. "O.P." 5:07

The Adderley quintet, formed in the Spring of 1959 and a soulful success story almost from the start, was a rare example of continuity in the inevitably shifting world of traveling jazz groups. For seven years the band held on to four of its original members, with changes only at the piano chair. One of several fine keyboard players was the British-born (but thoroughly funky) Victor Feldman, also a notable vibraphonist. On this album (one of only two he made with the quintet), there's much emphasis on Victor's vibes. This is made possible by the presence of a distinguished guest, one of Cannonball's favorite pianists (although never a regular bandmember)–Wynton Kelly.

Arriving Soon; Well, You Needn't; New Delhi, Winetone, Star Eyes, Lisa, plus CD bonus tracks Lisa (take 3), "O.P."

with Nat Adderley, Victor Feldman, Wynton Kelly, Sam Jones, Louis Hayes

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