Hank Mobley recorded with little-known saxophonist Curtis Porter and Bill Hardman in June 1957 to record “Double Exposure”, a Hank Mobley composition. It begins with a solo by the trumpeter Bill Hardman, and is followed by a masterful solo by tenor saxophonist Mobley. Curtis Porter differs from Mobley with his fast but short and choppy phrases from the alto saxophone. The other musicians include pianist Sonny Clark, bassist Paul Chambers, and Art Taylor on the drums. Enjoy!