Bright And Breezy

Red Garland Trio

Bright And Breezy
  • CAT # OJCCD-265-25

    1. On Green Dolphin Street 6:00
    2. I Ain't Got Nobody 5:02
    3. You'll Never Know 5:26
    4. Blues In The Closet 5:09
    5. What's New? 2:42
    6. Lil' Darlin' 4:32
    7. What Is There To Say? 3:55
    8. So Sorry Please 4:03

Red Garland first came to prominence as the pianist in the original mid-1950s Miles Davis Quintet and in many collaborations on Prestige with his friend John Coltrane (represented on numerous OJC reissues), as well as quite a few albums of is own. At the end of his career, he returned from virtual retirement in his hometown of Dallas for some late-Seventies Galaxy recordings. Among the stops in between was a little-known period of activity for Riverside's Jazzland label that began with this lyrical 1961 date, which includes a rare teaming of Red with the great bassist Sam Jones, along with drummer Charlie Persip.

with Sam Jones, Charlie Persip

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