It's likely that this lack of focus confused the record-buying public as to what type of music this was and caused it to be overlooked.
The brevity of the tracks and the lack of solo opportunities for the strong supporting cast (which includes Kai Winding, Jerome Richardson, Barry Galbraith, George Duvivier, among others) make it seem like receiving airplay was a major goal of this release.
Andrew Licoln (Rick Grimes) Now this one is a friendship for the ages!
Intimate yet universal, light yet dark, frenetic yet lyrical, Mc Gregor pursues his passion for exploring the inner workings of the human body and mind, his many-layered and beautiful dances providing visual, sensual and kinaesthetic stimulus for the viewer. Vaughan is a curious blend of jazz and pop with Latin percussion, with arrangements by ex-Basie sideman Frank Foster, recorded in the midst of the mid-'60s bossa nova craze.
Vaughan is in great voice throughout the date and the material is generally first-rate, except for the bland "Night Song." Although the back of the CD hypes a "full-scale" orchestra, it is an unusual blend with seven trombones, flute, violins, piano, bass, and drums, plus Latin percussion, but no trumpets or saxophones.
Bernthal booked his first regular role on a television series with the sitcom The Class, which was created by Friends co-creator David Crane. After this, he had roles in films such as World Trade Center and Day Zero.
In 2009, Bernthal had a supporting role in the Ben Stiller comedy film Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian as mobster Al Capone.