I call this a lazy instrumental. The beat is beatnik cool. When I began putting the pieces together, the theme just popped up and the race was on. Again, I asked Ruben Gutierrez to add piano for me, and I reached out to saxophonist Frank Zona, another implant from Auburn, NY, my hometown, to toss in his vibe. When all was said and done, I decided to give it that “live in the studio” feel and talk to my musicians as they joined me. In actuality, they both recorded their parts in their own home studios. That being said, I never should have said that. It’s a groovy track. It sounds like we are all in the same place just breezing through the tune. Like old times. Smokin' cigarettes and drinkin' whiskey. I play a 1963 Guild Starfire III, and a Yamaha P 125 piano (in the shadows). Recorded on a Tascam Portastudio DP-24SD.