It was Miles Davis's recording of "Springsville" that bred the primary inspiration for Ben Cockerham's jazz ensemble, Savoy in Color: A large horn ensemble, playing lush and dissonant harmony, with support only from bass and drums, and space. That's the essence of Savoy In Color's 2013 EP The World You're in Is Perfect, with its instrumental jazz tracks that harken back to the Gil Evans-Miles Davis collaborations of the 1950s & '60s. Cockerham takes it higher with a follow-up 2015 EP recorded Live at Zeb's Place in NYC, with producer-engineer Saul Rubin. Hear Today Then features three horns supported by a rhythm section, and add to the mix Cockerham on piano and Britton Matthews on vibes...offering three more Cockerham originals and a new arrangement of Cole Porter's "Night and Day." You'll want to play it on your hi-fi.