Longineu Parsons first came to the attention of Ubiquity Records when a London record collector slipped us a copy of the ultra rare, self-titled album. Recorded in Paris in 1980, this album features hard hitting jazz and fusion tracks like "Take The High Road" and "Funkin' Around," which appeared on the Ubiquity compilation No Categories Vol. 1.
During negotiations with Parsons we discovered that a self-produced CD called Work Song and a cassette had also been released since 1980. Music from both those releases appears on this album. Parsons re-mixed all the tracks that originally appeared on the self titled record and re-recorded "Hannibal's March" and "Emerald Paradise" specifically for this compilation. Also included are remixes from the Amalgamation of Soundz and P'taah. We specifically chose these two contemporary production outfits because their experimentation with jazz rhythms, breakbeats, deep house, and club music parallels Longineu Parsons own innovative approach to music.