You guys have helped me in the past identify music and I know you can come through for me this time too. Hubby and I ate brunch in a restaurant that was playing the sweetest Christmas jazz. I asked the waiter the album, but as luck had it, the music was from a pre-programmed satellite feed. Also the waiter was no jazz-ophile, so he couldn't even hazard a guess as to the group playing the music. To help you identify the music, the songs were both secular and non-secular standards. What stood out was the excellent acoustic bass. No one instrument dominated, so it wasn't a "trumpet" album or a "jazz guitar album" or a "piano" album per se, but more of a collaborative group effort not featuring any one talent. There were no vocals. I'd say the group had four or five members. It wasn't "big band" but not a trio either. I have several jazz Christmas albums but none of them come close to this. Most of mine either feature a jazz artist such as the Kenny G albums or are compellations of various artists such as "Jazz to the World" and "Jingle Bell Jazz." Got any ideas? I have to have this album.