This chart is very clever in its concept, as it is both big band and an 8-piece bebop all rolled into one. The front line is a quartet of Alto, Tenor, Trumpet and Trombone taking the unison melody line, with the rest of the blowers providing the backing support. All of the quartet have solos. This chart in a way reflects its time in history, with the shift from the big band format of the 1940s to much smaller outfits in the 1950s. Disc Jockey Jump needs a bit of working on, though is not a demanding piece to play, and also sounds well at reduced tempo.