A large part of the new generation of trumpet players is occupied with equaling the technical capacities of great predecessors as Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis or Clifford Brown. Some look for renewal in a mixture of jazz and hip hop. Nothing of the sort for trumpet player Dave Douglas, who distinguishes himself in this matter from his contemporaries. He only seems to be looking for a particular sound, both in his instrument as in the blending of sounds in his ensembles. With his new quintet he returns to the music made by Miles Davis on the album Miles in the Sky, a pre-jazz-rock-style, actually never really deepened and developed by anyone. With Uri Caine on the Fender Rhodes electrical piano that job can be committed to the charge of The Dave Douglas New Quintet.