Recorded live at the Montreal Bistro, Toronto here's the powerful
stride pianist Ralph Sutton collaborating with Jim Galloway on soprano
sax and Don Vickery on drums from three nights on January 15-17, 1997.
While Sutton worked with Jack Teagarden, Bob Scobey and The World's
Greatest Jazz Band he was predominantly on his own throughout his
long career. Originally from Scotland Galloway emigrated to Canada
in the mid-60s, became a fixture on the Toronto jazz scene and appears
on many Sackville albums. Ten selections include "Blue Skies", "Baby
Won't You Please Come Home", "Poor Butterfly", "If Dreams Come True",
"She's Funny That Way" and more.