The title track from vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson’s 1975 album Montara. I love the gentle electric piano, muted horns, and of course Bobby’s vibes.
Madlib also sampled this one on his album Shades of Blue, which remixed tons of the great hits from the Blue Note catalog.
There are several excellent renditions of this tribute to the late trumpeter Clifford Brown, originally composed by saxophonist Benny Golson (well known for his time with the Jazz Messengers).
My favorite version is this live cut from Freddie Hubbard, 1984. Captures the soul of the original perfectly, on stage and with little accompaniment.
See also the excellent original studio recording from Donald Byrd’s Jazz Lab, 1957.