The combination of three progressive musicians like Bobby Previte, Charlie Hunter and Greg Osby represents a special showdown in jazz. The versatile drummer Previte is a giant from the New York Jazz Scene who played with John Zorn, Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz. The fact that Previte is so well-known has a lot to do with a musical horizon that is broader than that of jazz alone. Not alone is he one of the best drummers, he also composes a lot. Since 2003 he plays a lot with Charlie Hunter, the virtuoso of the eight-string guitar. Hunter, who made a name for himself with his funky guitar and bass playing on one instrument, has already recorded quite a bunch of albums as a leader. With Previte he made the CD trilogy Latitude, Longitude and Altitude. For these three albums of improvisation three different guest players were invited, and saxophonist Greg Osby was one of them. Osby used to be a member of Steve Coleman's M-Base collective. Since those days Osby made a name by playing with Dizzy Gillespie and McCoy Tyner and of course thanks to the great amount of solo records on which he sublimely provokes his band.