Recorded on 21st January 1961 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Recorded in 1961 but not originally released until 1987. Turrentine’s eighth solo album for Blue Note. Classic soul-jazz record from a Blue Note tenor-sax legend. Featuring Tommy Turrentine (trumpet), Horace Parlan (piano), George Tucker (bass) and Al Harewood (drums). Showcases classic takes on jazz and blues standards (Just In Time, Then I’ll Be Tired Of You, My Girl Is Just Enough Woman For Me) plus Tommy Turrentine’s original Stolen Sweets. Produced by Blue Note co-founder Alfred Lion. Featuring a classic Reid Miles cover design, photography by Francis Wolff and liner notes by Michael Cuscuna.
Stanley Turrentine is at his blues-drenched best on Comin’ Your Way. the quintet was at the peak of their collective power at this time, with this same group also making the classic Blue Note Horace Parlan records, Speakin’ My Piece and On the Spur of the Moment. Comin’ Your Way completes this magical hard-bop trilogy!