My friend, I do appreciate your enthusiasm for this work. I'm glad you got something out of it.The recording was a real turn-on. I listened to it again! I'll watch for more of your stuff.
I think I'd like to hear some of the grooves last a lot longer.
I'd like to hear some more bottom for a grittier sound. You know, that FWAP BOP from a bari sax. As far as the alto parts, they're pretty good. They stand out.
Take a listen to Quincy Jones' soundtrack to "The Pawn Broker". It might give you some ideas (not that your work sounds much like his, but it will give you some ideas for texture). You can alter the sounds by moving one of the horns to a more acoustically live area and really change the feeling considerably.
You're going somewhere with your music. I want to hear it go and grow. PM me when your next work comes out. I your kind of music.