Yes, as pointed out below, this is not just Corea, Metheny, and Konitz, but I don't think the other musicians on the disc should be cause for dissapointment. Marilyn Crispell plays on the first tune, as does Ed Blackwell; there's a nice "ethno" piece including Karl Berger and Mr. Blackwell; and Dewey Redman plays on "Broadway Blues" (with Metheny, Miroslav Vitous, and Jack Dejohnette). "The Song Is You" is simply Anthony Braxton singing a Lee Konitz solo on said tune to Lee Konitz, which is nice to see. "Impressions" is a quartet of Braxton, Chick, Miroslav, and Jack - Braxton's solo is really kickin'. "Stella By Starlight" is a duet with Chick and Konitz, and "All Blues" features the "Impressions" quartet plus Konitz and Metheny. The "ethno" piece makes for some good variety, Miroslav takes some very clear arco bass solos, Jack sounds great, the Konitz/Corea duet goes some nice places, and of course there's that great Braxton solo. While some of the disc seems like an all-star pick-up gig, I think it's worth having.