I gotta say up front: most jazz organ usually bores the pants off me. I'm not sure why, but when I hear jazz organ (except for the late Larry Young), it conjures a memory of childhood dinners in restaurants with my parents. Not so this Jack McDuff album. Maybe it's his subtlety, or his fleet, blues-drenched tone, or the robust saxophone playing that pervades most every tune here. The guitar work, though a little conservative for my taste, ain't too shabby either. The tunes are a mix of originals and pop standards from various eras ("Girl Talk," "Summertime"). If earthy, easygoing jazz with sharp-as-bleu-cheese substance is what you crave, "Bringin' It Home" will fit the bill - a tonic for a tough day or a long night.