During his 69th year, Wild Bill Davison led seven albums. The definitive Dixieland cornetist, Wild Bill was still in prime form in the mid-'70s, as he shows on this spirited pickup date in New Orleans. Best-known among his sidemen in the sextet are trombonist George Masso and the ancient bassist Ed Garland, while soprano saxophonist Noel Kalet and pianist David Paquette have remained unknowns. Eight veteran standards (mostly from the 1930s) are interpreted in typically spirited fashion by Davison; "Undecided," "Love Is Just Around the Corner," "You Took Advantage of Me" and "Rosetta" are most memorable. Recommended.