This is an Original Blue Note pressing on the blue labels with the black "b". It's the last album Tyner would do for Blue Note before switching over to Milestone and it's a good one, with more of a spiritual / free jazz feel than you hear on much of his work. I certainly enjoy it, it's fairly adventurous but in a pretty mellow way -- nothing that will tear your head off. The vinyl plays quietly and the sound is solid.
Allmusic gives it 4 stars and notes the emphasis on group interplay, which I think is a big part of what makes this album especially interesting.
Vinyl: EX (super clean)
Cover: VG+ (cut corner, slight wear bottom spine)
Play notes: Good sound and quiet vinyl, a strong copy!