Lossless sound Horace Parlan – Headin’ South (Japan Edition) (1960) (1993) FLAC (tracks+.cue) music download

Horace Parlan – Headin’ South (Japan Edition) (1960) (1993)
FLAC (tracks+.cue) | Tracks: 8 | Playtime: 00:41:46 | Size: 269 MB
Genre: Hard Bop | Label: Blue Note | Cat#: TOCJ-4062

On the surface, Headin’ South is another set of bluesy soul-jazz, but it actually finds the Horace Parlan trio stretching out a little. Adding conga player Ray Barretto to his usual rhythm section of bassist George Tucker and drummer Al Harewood, Parlan decides to take chances with his standard-heavy repertoire. “Summertime” features some evocative bowing from Tucker, and the solo sections on “The Song Is Ended,” “Prelude to a Kiss,” and “My Mother’s Eyes” offer probing, intriguing tonal textures that make the selection of Ahmad Jamal’s “Jim Loves Sue” understandable. Barretto’s “Congalegre” is a fun, Latin-inflected number, and Parlan’s “Headin’ South” is a strong, swinging blues, but the slow blues “Low Down” is nearly undone by his incessant circular arpeggio, which lasts for over a minute. Still, that’s not nearly enough to sink the record, which is another understated but solid effort from Horace Parlan.

01. Headin’ South (Parlan) – 4:31
02. The Song Is Ended (Berlin) – 5:55
03. Summertime (Gershwin) – 6:01
04. Low Down (Parlan) – 5:30
05. Congalegre (Barretto) – 4:24
06. Prelude to a Kiss (Ellington-Gordon-Mills) – 5:29
07. Jim Loves Sue (Jamal) – 4:34
08. My Mother’s Eyes (Gilbert-Baer) – 5:22

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