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Other albums by Grover Washington, Jr.

Review

Eddie Henderson's lovely flugelhorn colors the opening track, "E Preciso Perdoar (One Must Forgive)," setting the mood for a very mellow set. Washington, accompanied by six pieces, plays the standards straighter than Johnny Mathis sings them; everything is ratcheted down '40s-ish/'50s-ish cozy nightclub style. Freddy Cole resembles his brother, Nat King Cole, on "Overjoyed," while "Happenstance" showcases Henderson's absolute trumpeting skills. But if you expected to exercise your fingers with a few impromptu snaps, these tracks won't take you there. Washington's Winelight album, one of his best, was laid-back also but Washington's M.O. was stamped all over it; here you need credits and liner notes for verification, and only the opening tune emits any sparks. An attempt to silence the die-hard jazz critics who considered him a lightweight, but a disappointment for his Mister Magic fans. ~ Andrew Hamilton
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 É Preciso Perdoar Grover Washington, Jr. 8:55
  3. 2 When I Fall in Love Grover Washington, Jr. 6:17
  4. 3 I'm Glad There Is You Grover Washington, Jr. 6:56
  5. 4 Happenstance Grover Washington, Jr. 4:54
  6. 5 All My Tomorrows Grover Washington, Jr. 6:15
  7. 6 Nature Boy Grover Washington, Jr. 8:8
  8. 7 Please Send Me Someone to Love Grover Washington, Jr. 4:0
  9. 8 Overjoyed Grover Washington, Jr. 7:29
  10. 9 Flamingo Grover Washington, Jr. 4:59
  11. 10 For Heaven's Sake Grover Washington, Jr. 7:13
  12. 11 Estate ("Ess-Tah-Tay") (In Summer) Grover Washington, Jr. 8:56

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