Looking at the 3 albums available here I´d recommend you to go straight to Why Not. "In 1975 the perceptive Masahiko Yuh, sensing that George was an artist drastically underexposed as a leader, went to Los Angeles and recorded him with bassist Tony Dumas and drummer Carl Burnett. The session recorded at the well known Record Plant Studios gave George the freedom to fully display the adventurous side of his compositional talents. The longish pieces Ebony Rhapsody and Rita I and II show Cables at his most inventive in developing the modern jazz sounds of the seventies. Cables style defines the art of the modern jazz piano trio in a manner which is always contemporary, always fresh - even decades after it was recorded."