The title comes from some gnomic Monk advice – more of the same (eg “Make the drummer sound good”) is included in the CD tray and underlaid behind the artwork graphics.

Led by Jools Holland saxophonist Derek Nash joined by ex-Jamie Cullum bass and drum team Geoff Gascoyne and Seb de Krom, pianist Dave Newton and a guesting Martin Shaw on trumpet this is a comfortable sounding record soaked in swinging modern mainstream kitted out with lots of period touches... retrofitted contrafacts, nods to Lee Morgan... and even a New Orleans feel on ‘Keep It To Yourself.’

Sprinkled with Nash and Gascoyne tunes, ‘Swing Thing’ for instance a Nash feature for De Krom, the leader on an array of saxes displays both the swinging pedigree he’s long been known for but also the more sensitive side to his playing personality.

There’s plenty of sheer craft displayed by all concerned on the album but maybe it’s a little too comfortable and familiar... you dig?