In 2010, Eubanks signed with Mack Avenue Records, releasing his first album in 16 years: Zen Food. In the interim, he was the musical director for The Tonight Show, starring Jay Leno. Prior to that, he had recorded several albums for GRP records, and a few for Blue Note. His most recent solo recording is The Messenger, also on Mack Ave., and the duet album Duets with label mate Stanley Jordan was released this year (2015). Despite some of his work at GRP, which could drift into "lite" jazz at times, he's had some really good albums throughout the years. One that is regarded as one of his finest (and is also one of my favorites) is Opening Night on GRP, which features Branford Marsalis and Kenny Kirkland in supporting roles. Once he finished his GRP contract, he hopped over to Blue Note and recorded Turning Point, which is another of my favorites. In one fell swoop, it's as though he leapfrogged every album post-Opening Night and recorded a worthy follow-up in a similar style. The tunes aren't quite as accessible, but his already considerable technique had grown quite a bit, and there isn't a bad track on the album. He followed that up with a mellow live set, Live at Bradley's, in a trio configuration with piano and bass, and released the two Spiritalk volumes after. When he recorded Zen Food, he was on the verge of departing the Tonight Show. I'm happy to say that this newer album picks up where he left off--the musicianship and his playing in particular are top notch, as are the tunes. I lucked out in getting this one on 180 gram vinyl, one of the few that Mack Ave. released in that format. And it sounds wonderful. As I began writing this, I was listening to his Electra/Musician debut album, Guitarist. Even though a couple of the tracks sound dated in an early 80s way, the lead-off track "Novice Bounce" is signature Eubanks all the way. In fact, some of the licks were reused in the track "Songhouse" from the Shadow Prophets album. Does anyone else here have any favorite Eubanks tracks or albums to share?