Jazz album led by saxophonist Walter Malli, with Peter Kowald on acoustic bass and Sunny Murray on drums, this record testifies to the mysterious connections of the doctor with the world of free jazz in Austria. Recorded in Ulrichsberg, it is a fried disc, with inexorable bass tracks ( Im Prater Blühn Wieder Die Bäume, or Pfürt Di 'Gott, Du Alte Zeit, taped to the bow by a serious and meditative Kowald) and moments. The dialogue between Malli and Chadbourne is permanent, the doctor passing from the electric guitar to the banjo. Chadbourne at the service of the music of another, melted in a very good quartet.