The sessions that produced the 'Florida' album are unique among Goodman's recordings because he is sitting with an already organised band, playing many songs he had never done before. He relished the opportunity to become a side man and some of his most creative and fresh playing resulted. Goodman was never interested in Nostalgia. Although he stuck to pretty predictable repertoire during his last few decades, the performances were never predictable. The prospect of a new recording by the original Quartet must have been proposed relatively regularly throughout the years, but it only ever happened once. In 1963, all four were still at the top of their game, and they spent four very productive days in the studio.
CD1：Flip Phillips（tenor saxophone）； Bill Harris（trombone）； Marty Harris（piano）； Leo Robinson（guitar）； Al Simi（bass） and Bob Binnix （drums）
CD2：Bands featuring amongst others； Zoot Sims（tenor saxophone）； Andre Previn（piano）； Mel Powell（piano）
CD3：Teddy Wilson（piano）； Lionel Hampton（vibes）； Gene Krupa（drums）