RED GARLAND (All Kinds Of Weather)
Piano – Red Garland Bass – Paul Chambers Drums – Art Taylor Recorded in November of 1958
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Red Garland – piano Paul Chambers – double bass Art Taylor – drums Released April 1959. Recorded November 27, 1958 Studio Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack Label Prestige PRLP 7148 Producer Esmond Edwards
All Kinds of Weather is an album by jazz pianist Red Garland, recorded in 1958 and released in 1959 on Prestige Records.
Red Garland was always a consistent pianist and all of his mid-to-late-’50s Prestige dates are worth acquiring. This CD reissue has six titles having to do with seasons and the weather (such as “Rain,” “Summertime” and “Winter Wonderland”). The gimmick served as a good excuse for Garland, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Art Taylor to explore six superior songs and their interpretations always swing and uplift the melodies.
See also The Penguin Guide to Jazz.
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