The solo on the title of "God Bless My Solo" refers comes from Illinois Jacquet's "Flying Home", which he recorded in May 1942 with Decca Records. This solo is one of the two or three most influential solos in jazz history, an eighty seconds, feat.
Nearly every tenor saxophone player who followed after this piece, made it into a chore, this solo to learn note for note. "Flying Home" but was neither the beginning nor the end point of Illinois Jacquet's career that spanned seven decades - he is one of the jazz greats who have survived all the musical changes at a young age he was counted among the wild representatives of his profession, in old age. on the other hand hailed as a classic jazz musician. He knew how romantic and quiet tones as convincingly to offer, such as the explosive devices, for which he became known.
In the recordings of this quartet we hear Illinios Jaquet in top form. album was recorded this record for the French label Black & Blue, as he was in 1970's on tour in Europe.