AllMusic Review byScott Yanow: Stewart's long out of print 1985-1986 Black Hawk album The Touch. A brilliant studio guitarist who had earlier in his career been a member ofGabor Szabo's Quartet,Stewartis able to play credibly in practically any style. His versatility is on display here, sounding a little likeJimmy Raneyon "A Tune for Bill and Jim," paying tribute toSzaboon "Gypsy 86," playing "Wes" forWes Montgomery, and sometimes adopting a more fusion style. Among his sidemen are pianistDavid Benoit(whomStewarthelped discover), keyboardistDon Grusin, drummerEarl Palmer, tenormanDon Manza(on "Jim's Tune"), and a variety of top studio veterans. An interesting all-around set by a guitarist who is long overdue to head another record date.