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Horace Parlan Trio
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This recording was made at the home of Horace Parlan in December 2003.
Horace Parlan, piano
Jesper Lundgaard, bass
Ed Thigpen, drums
Partial crippled in his right hand as the result of childhood polio Horace Parlan overcame his handicap by developing a stronger left hand chord voicing.
He became an exceptional pianist working with Sonny Stitt from 1952 to 1957 followed by a two year stint with Charles Mingus' Jazz Workshop.
Horace Parlan was featured on two Charles Mingus records "Mingus Ah Um" and "Blues & Roots."
Parlan moved to Copenhagen, Denmark during the early '70s later relocating to Rude, a small village in Southern Zealand.
He was the recipient of the Ben Webster Foundation's 2000 Ben Webster Prize.
That's how we grow.