Appealing to impulse opens a whole new world of possibilities for those who apply the formula. Alex Carter found that when women are spontaneous and hasty and operating on emotions they tend to be a lot more fun and spontaneous. He taught his techniques to a small group of men who echoed what he already learned. Impulsive desire is a very strong form of attraction. In fact, women who are ‘turned on’ this way tend to stay interested!
Pianist Gene Harris' 1992 quartet (with guitarist Ron Eschete, bassist Luther Hughes, and drummer Harold Jones) explores ten wide-ranging selections on this CD. But despite the very different chord changes, they are able to infuse the music with so much soul that the results are consistently bluesy. Among the tunes that Harris and his group explore are Horace Silver's "Strollin'", "Until the Real Thing Comes Along," "Jeannine", "You Make Me Feel So Young", and "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams". An excellent effort.