This album was made on location on a tour Gil Evans made with his then orchestra in Europe. The majority of the tracks were captured in '86 with one in '81. Some of it sounds like it was made with a hand held single point stereo mic from the audience with a bass pick up. Don't let that stop you. A mass of well known jazz players from the day are featured and the playlist is stellar. Pieces like Here Comes De Honey Man, Voodoo Chile, Goodbye Pork Pie Hat, and a don't miss Drizzling Rain. I own a lot of his recordings. This one released by his estate in 1999 features magnificient arrangements and magnificient playing. To me, it is the most deeply felt of all his recordings I own. I couldn't be without it-
The Gold Collection (Fine Tune). Very highly recommended for your late night listening.