Kenton alumnus/arranger Steve Spiegl's "Bacchanal" leads off, followed by Hank Levy's (another ex-Kentonian and talented director of Towson State College's Jazz Ensembles) "Latin Implosion", a Latin piece combining the concepts of Stan Kenton and Don Ellis. The percussion feature is Emerson, Lake and Palmer's "Karn Evil 9" (2nd Impression), Maynard Ferguson's arrangement of Chick Corea's "La Fiesta" served as the inspiration for the next feature, and the romantic Brazilian "Like a Lover" by the talented duo Allan and Marilyn Bergman serves as the closer.