It features on Percussion the late Julio Feliciano on Congas (who passed at 40 years of age shortly after the release of this CD) as well as Henry Morales also on Congas and Jack "Kako" Sanchez on bongos. Bassist Bryce Sebastien displays technical chops and swinging bowed solos. Chip Shelton plays Flute, Rudy Romero is on Syndrum and Walter Kingsly plays trumpet. This is not traditional Latin Jazz, in that there are no Montunos or Tumbaos and the music is more meditative than dance inducing.
This is original Jazz pulling on diverse influences and using Latin Percussion. There is no trap set or walking bass lines removing this music from the Straight ahead category. Serrato refers to himself as living in "the multicultural axis of expression" in New York City and he has his own voice and the freedom as an independent artist to stay true to that his vision. He also plays gorgeous, sweet piano.