Archie Shepp was one of the first jazz artists I listened to when I became interested nearly 40 years ago. He still remains one of my favourites, though some of his more recent recordings upon which he seems to do just about anything but play the saxophone are not to my taste.
This recording finds Shepp in prime form, along with probably the best rhythm section he ever worked with, and alongside one of the great trumpeters of the day.
Scores of artists have recorded "In A Sentimental Mood", but to my mind, none better the Shepp. It seems to be a favourite tune of his as he's included it on several recordings (or perhaps his fans demanded it). Anyway, there's a great version of it here.
Archie Shepp Trio +Special Guest: Woody Shaw
Fabrik, 2. Jazzfestival 1977
This is an audience recording I think, though the quality's very good for the day. Shepp seems to fade a little at times as he moves around the stage whilst playing.
Links in comments. Thanks to seeder for upload. Sorry I don't have a flac version.