From the recording The Noir Album
"Just Another Harlem Sunset" is the instrumental that closes The Noir Album. A "harlem sunset" is a derisive slang term for a fatal knife wound, hence the opening "stabs" to start the track. Musically this song draws its inspiration from film composer Angelo Badalamenti and his work with director David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Wild At Heart, Lost Highway, Twin Peaks, etc.). It also features an all-star lineup of Detroit musicians, including the incomparable saxophonist Johnny Evans, jazz piano master Zen Zadravec, and upright bass virtuoso James Simonson. Another fun fact is that the sax and piano from this track are intentionally used again during the opening of the album in "Wooden Kimono", creating a circular motif often used by Pink Floyd to bookend some of their best albums.