The New York Jazz Quartet is a legendary group. Moving them to a French Quarter club in New Orleans, performing before a live audience they can reach out and touch, gives a new dimension to their sound. Taped in the mid-’80’s at Dukes Place atop the Monteleone Hotel in the French Quarter, this program has bright brass tones and smokey, sultry pieces. “Here’s That Rainy Day” is the best example ever of the reason the saxophone was invented, developed, improved, perfected and finally placed in Frank Foster’s hands. Playing in this recordingl Frank Wess, flute and saxophone; Sir Roland Hanna, piano; George Mraz, bass; and Marvin Smith, drums, with special guest Frank Foster on Sax.