The album includes Hudson's organ showcase, "Chest Fever", a song that in the Band's live shows would be vastly expanded by a solo organ introduction, entitled "The Genetic Method", an improvisational work that would be played differently at each performance. An example can be heard on the live album Rock of Ages. Hudson is also adept at the accordion, which he played on some of the group's recordings, such as "Rockin Chair", from The Band; the traditional "Ain't No More Cane", from The Basement Tapes; Dylan's "When I Paint.
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Now comes yet another new DeJohnette ensemble: the collaborative group Hudson. Since the lineup includes famed jazz guitarist John Scofield, keyboard stylist John Medeski, and the versatile bassist Larry Grenadier, Hudson is being billed as a supergroup.