|Live album by Pat Martino|
|Recorded||September 7, 1972
New York City
|Pat Martino chronology|
Allmusic awarded the album 4½ stars stating "Martino performs music that falls between advanced hard bop, fusion and the avant-garde without really fitting into any of the genres. Well worth several listens".
Pat Martino stood out with a style of his own with a well-defined sound in the early 1970s with his numbers like "Special Door," and the pop song "Sunny." His talents outshines his peers for being extraordinarily versatile.  Pat Martino has been also referred to as a man who had to struggle to survive because of his health problem that threatened his outstanding career. Considered a guitar protégé in his early days, he has kept up to it till today by embracing in his music innovation, progression and a distinct technique.  His music works magic on the listeners and the composers alike as it is marked by the five T’s – tone, time, technique, touch, and taste. He has proved to the music buffs and musicians that he is no short of a legend, an inspiration to followers of any genre. 
All compositions by Pat Martino except as indicated
- Pat Martino - guitar
- Ron Thomas - electric piano
- Tyrone Brown - electric bass
- Sherman Ferguson - drums
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