From the album Something for Lester by Ray Brown, recorded at Contemporary’s Studio, Los Angeles, California in 1977.
This excellent trio session forms a sort of transition between bassist Ray Brown´s work with the Oscar Trio and his own small-group sessions of the ’80s and ’90s. With pianist Cedar Walton and drummer Elvin Jones, Brown explores seven strong melodies (four standards, two by Walton, and the bassist’s “Slippery”) in typically swinging and bluish fashion. [source]
Ray Brown – Double Bass / Cedar Walton – Piano / Elvin Jones – Drums