from Dallas, TX
May 13, 1923 - April 23, 1984 (age 60)
Red Garland mixed together the usual influences of his generation (Nat Cole, Bud Powell, and Ahmad Jamal) into his own distinctive approach; Garland's block chords themselves became influential on the players of the 1960s. He started out playing clarinet and alto, switching to piano when he was 18. During 1946-1955, he worked steadily in New York and Philadelphia, backing such major players as Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, and Roy Eldridge, but still remaining fairly obscure. That changed when he became a member of the classic Miles Davis Quintet (1955-1958), heading a rhythm section that also included Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones. After leaving Miles, Garland had his own popular trio and recorded very frequently for Prestige, Jazzland, and Moodsville during 1956-1962 (the majority of which are available in the Original Jazz Classics series). The pianist eventually returned to Texas and was in semi-retirement, but came back gradually in the 1970s, recording for MPS (1971) and Galaxy (1977-1979) before retiring again. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
Red Garland Quintet - All Mornin Long (1957)
Red Garland - Almost Like Being In Love
RED GARLAND (All Kinds Of Weather)
John Coltrane With The Red Garland Trio (1958) (Full Album)
Red Garland, Ron Carter, Philly Joe Jones - Crossings (1977).
I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
RED GARLAND (Soul Junction)
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