On the title track Bailey plays a shuffley variation on the groove that I've always called "strollin'" - though lately I'm starting to wonder, because no one else seems to call it that. Some people call it "the conga beat". You know, this one:
Guitarists sometimes tap it out on muted strings, ala Ray Crawford with Ahmad Jamal, and it can be reversed as well, like so:
Here's Donald Bailey's take on it. It's a great groove to stick in your bag for the next time you find yourself playing a shuffle.