I also got mine yesterday afternoon. As a non-jazz fan, I can agree with Steve. Other than at Dan's home a couple of years ago, I had never even heard of Jimmy Smith and his B3. For me this was a fun album. Great sonics, natch. But it was tuneful playing of some great standards, even the very extended (20 min) "The Sermon". The improvisations were enjoyable, particularly the guitar solos and, of course, the B3. Not like late Coltrane :-). Also, with the added material, the total run time was just about 60 minutes, making it, I believe, the second longest release, after the Arnold Overtures.