Walter Duda is a decent keyboardist and composer, but not much of a singer. His diverse set, which consists of ten of his originals, has four vocals (three of which are his) and alternates between throwaway pop tunes to worthwhile soulful pop-jazz. Chris Herbert has some fine saxophone solos along the way and the backup bands include drummer Dave Weckl, but overall nothing very significant occurs. Both this recording and Walter Duda have thus far remained obscure, although Duda shows potential for the future.
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AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow