Glad I Found You
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||Monday Morning Blues||Horace Parlan||4:54||$2.39||View in iTunes|
||Hip Walk||Horace Parlan||10:08||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||Oblivion||Horace Parlan||6:03||$2.39||View in iTunes|
||Something for Silver||Horace Parlan||7:50||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||Glad I Found You||Horace Parlan||7:00||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||Afternoon In Paris||Horace Parlan||6:31||$2.39||View in iTunes|
Expatriate pianist Horace Parlan and a couple of fine Scandinavians (bassist Jesper Lundgaard and drummer Aage Tanggaard) welcome Thad Jones (heard exclusively here on flugelhorn) and the great tenor Eddie Harris to this spirited set. Jones was making a successful, if short-lived comeback, and at two years before his death, this was one of his final high-quality small-group recordings. Harris is heard throughout in top form. The quintet performs two Parlan originals (including "Something for Silver"), a couple of obscurities, John Lewis' "Afternoon In Paris" and Bud Powell's "Oblivion." Parlan sounds inspired by the other musicians on this spirited hard bop set.
Born: 19 January 1931 in Pittsburgh, PA
Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s