Not exactly a direct review of any LP in particular but I just have fallen in love with reading liner notes lately. On many of the early jazz LPs I have been buying the past couple years it is like a lesson in jazz listening and helps one understand the jazz scene of the time. Jazz, more so than any other genre I am aware of, had so much crossover of musicians. Imagine if all the greats of 1960-70 R&R bands were able to play on each others LPs and share the spotlight. A pair of Jimmy Smith LPs I recently acquired and listened to end to end were amazing and then I read that Hank Mobley, Donald Byrd, Sweet Lou and others are all playing on it. Or how many BN LPs does Lee Morgan show up on without it remotely being a "Lee Morgan" LP? The collaborative and convivial nature of jazz made its way onto vinyl, lucky for us. Rock liner notes are a bit more surreal (1960-70 stuff) and can go off into wild stories.