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9 thoughts on “ Red Garland Quintet* - Reds Good Groove (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Red Garland is one of two piano players I adore (Wynton Kelly is the other); now having said that, I feel the same way about listening to this as I do watching tapes of my favorite boxer, Ali, vs. Leon Spinks. Red, once a boxer himself, would never want to see (or hear) someone go /5(8).
  2. 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Red Garland Quintet* - Red's /5(16).
  3. Dig It! is a jazz album by The Red Garland Quintet, recorded in 19but not released until on the Prestige label as PRLP
  4. Feb 12,  · Solar would feature a quartet with the addition guitarist and flautist Les Spann, one of very few incidences where either instrument was included on a Red Garland recording. Also released in , Red's Good Groove saw his group expand to a quintet with Blue Mitchell, Pepper Adams, Sam Jones and Philly Joe Jones, the latter of whom Garland had /5(12).
  5. LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Red Garland Ron Carter Philly Joe Jones & Format: Vinyl. Red's Good Groove Red Garland. out of 5 stars 7. Audio CD. $ Next. (or anything during the 50s and 60s), and EVERYTHING by the Red Garland Quintet. I'll bet Ali wished he had a bass and drums of this calibre to carry him through the Spinks fight /5(8).
  6. An obscure little quartet session from Red Garland – recorded with Les Spann on both guitar and flute, caught at a time when he was just starting to make waves on the New York scene! The presence of Spann gives the record a decidedly different feel than most of Garland's work on Prestige LP.
  7. Format: LP / 12" / 33rpm / STEREO Label: JAZZ WORKSHOP Catalogue Reference: JW Recording Year: Country of Pressing: SPAIN Comments: Sealed New Copy Reissue of the original Jazzland AS Cover Grade: MINT Vinyl Grade: MINT Side One: 1. Red's Good Groove (Garland) 2. Love Is Here to Stay (G.& I. Gershwin) 3.
  8. One of the greatest albums ever issued under the name of pianist Red Garland – a standout blowing session in the best Prestige Records style of the late 50s! Red 's the leader, but the session's equally weighted towards all players – including trumpeter Donald Byrd, and tenorist John Coltrane – both of whom get plenty of space to solo on the album's very long tracks.
  9. One of the four essential quintet sides Miles Davis cut for Prestige in the mid 50s – all modern jazz classics by anyone's measure, along with Steamin', Relaxin' and Cookin'. These quintet sides established Davis and John Coltrane as a significant force to be reckoned with, and helped set the tone for much of the small group and post bop jazz cut in that era. Red Garland, Paul Chambers.

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