The Jazz Invaders here are tighter than ever – and not just because they’ve got some heavy Hammond help from the legendary Lonnie Smith! Smith’s definitely a key part of what makes this album so great – and his organ lines have a sharpness and depth that really stands out from the rest of the group – kind of an extra level of sound that really makes the whole thing sparkle! Yet the group themselves are pretty wonderful too – much more righteous than ever before, going past just a combo who can copy the best jazz modes, into the realm of one that’s more than capable of making some mighty fresh sounds of their own. Linda Bloemhard sings on a few cuts, with this raspy edge that’s pretty cool – but the instrumental push is what really makes the record shine. Titles include “Square Blues”, “Little Sunflower”, “Buzzin”, “Song For Lonnie”, “Tastich”, “Nelson”, “Mellow Mood”, and “Tie Am”.