A good way into the bass solo, almost near the end, after the bowed part, there's a part where he sounds like the bassist is almost "skipping" the bow on the strings -- I'm not sure about the legitimate term for this, but it's when you bring the bow down and to the side, and the only contact the hair makes with the string is VERY short, and can often make the string click against the fretboard if the action is low enough. He does this for a while, and then he starts doing something...crazy. It's like the bow-skipping thing, only MUCH faster, and almost sounds like he (or someone else) is doing really fast hits on the string -- kind of like a drum roll, but ON the string. What IS this? Is this him? Is he really an alien from outer space with several arms, made to turn the mere human bassists of earth look like total wussies, or is he just playing *really* fast? PS: Is this Jimmy Garrison on bass? PPS: Yes, this is downloaded. I only download jazz CDs until I can afford to buy them, and intend on buying this ASAP after buying the Miles 1964-1968 box set and Bill Evans - Portrait in Jazz.