Tunes like "Pop Tune #1 in E-Flat Major" a title that Potter came up with on the spot evoked the full-throated sound of Pharoah Sanders and resonated with affirming gospel/spiritual tones.
Drummer Smith was the articulate R&B rhythmic heart in all the tunes, while Taborn's role was to draw out more abstract sounds for some listeners a little too abstract from his Fender Rhodes. I felt that Taborn's 'spacy' sounds contributed an enjoyable and necessary creative tension to the music. Meanwhile, electric bassist Tim Lafey was always there whether soloing or dialoguing, he laid down a solid foundation for the music.
On the tune, "Boots" with its perky riff that melted into the background, or returned to the foreground (think of the tune, "In A Silent Way") the band throbbed so much, my pant legs sympathetically started quivering!