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Largely self-taught, Red Garland established a reputation as a solid post-bop mainstream player in the 50s, playing with many of the most famous jazz musicians of the time. He achieved international fame in the late 50s as part of the Miles Davis quintet. He went on to lead his own groups, but then retired in 1968, a victim the declining demand for jazz. He reemerged in 1976 and performed regularly until his death in 1984.

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  • Easy like a plumelet beautiful sound.
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  • I recently discovered his quintet with Coltrane and Donald Byrd - extremely underrated music that ranks with Miles and Trane's Prestige releases. They were together for only a short time, but the session that produced [url=]High Pressure[/url], [url=]Soul Junction[/url] and [url=]All Mornin' Long[/url] is wonderfully inspired. All three albums are overlooked classics.
  • Red deserves more appreciation around here. His Prestige records with Paul Chambers and Art Taylor are magical, as is his work with Miles and Coltrane. His style is irresistibly classy and cool.
  • This is the kind of cocktail jazz they play in heaven. ♥
  • Thanks Red
  • awesome!!
  • i love him very much
  • horribly underrated!

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