Freddie Redd Quintet - Shades Of Redd mp3 album
In an all too small discography, Freddie Redd's Shades of Redd is without a doubt his crowning achievement. Completed after a successful stint composing music for the stage play The Connection, Redd wrote music specifically geared for his two formidable front line saxophonists - emerging alto giant Jackie McLean and the unsung hero of the tenor, Tina Brooks. Shades of Redd, his zenith as a jazz musician, would be a wonderful addition to any collection, and shows that the lesser known musicians have plenty of music to play, in addition to a unique perspective aside from the giants of this music.
Leader – Freddie Redd. Photography By – Francis Wolff. Piano, Written-By – Freddie Redd. Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder. Remastered By – Kevin Gray, Steve Hoffman. Shades Of Redd (LP, Album, Mono, RE, 200). Classic Records, Blue Note. BN 4045-MONO-200G, BLP 4045. Shades Of Redd (LP).
Freddie Redd (born May 29, 1928) is an American hard-bop pianist and composer. He is probably best known for writing music to accompany The Connection (1959), a play by Jack Gelber. Redd was born and grew up in New York City; after losing his father at the age of one, he was raised by his mother, who moved around Harlem, Brooklyn and other neighborhoods.
Shades of Redd is an album by American pianist Freddie Redd recorded in 1960 and released on the Blue Note label
Shades of Redd is a hard bop music album recording by FREDDIE REDD released in 1961 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Recorded on August 13, 1960, Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Thanks to snobb for the updates. Shades Of Redd Remastered Blue Note 2008. Four Classic Albums (Get Happy With Freddie Redd, The Music From ""The Connection"", San Francisco Suite, Shades Of Redd), Freddie Redd Avid 2018. Shades of Redd Bluen 1999.
Freddie Redd himself is a jazz mystery, appearing on the scene, then exiting at a peak time for his creativity. He didn't leave many lps behind, but the few out there are terrific. Following his wonderful recording of The Connection, Redd returned to the Blue Note studios for this straight-ahead gem. With Jackie Mclean on the front line, joined by the rarely recorded Tina Brooks, Redd's compositions percolate with catchy melodies and jumpy turns. Many of his titles have a 'show-tune' feel, and the cool comping and bopping keep it all kinetic, until the curtain falls. Shades of Redd is a 1960 session featuring fantastic interplay between tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks, alto saxophonist Jackie McLean, ubiquitous bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Louis Hayes, and the leader, pianist Freddie Redd, who penned all seven of the compositions. This is my first exposure to Redd, who plays with a sure hand.
Songs: 7. Artist: Freddie Redd Quintet. Songs: Freddie Redd Quintet - The Thespian 06:57. Freddie Redd Quintet - Blues, Blues, Blues 05:57. Freddie Redd Quintet - Shadows 07:20. Freddie Redd Quintet - Melanie 05:03. Freddie Redd Quintet - Swift 03:59. Freddie Redd Quintet - Just a Ballad for My Baby 04:10. Freddie Redd Quintet - Ole 06:21.
|B3||Just A Ballad For My Baby|
- Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLean
- Bass – Paul Chambers
- Design – Reid Miles
- Drums – Louis Hayes
- Engineer [Re-master] – Bernie Grundman
- Engineer [Recording] – Rudy Van Gelder
- Photography By – Francis Wolff
- Piano, Written-By – Freddie Redd
- Tenor Saxophone – Tina Brooks
NotesOriginally released on Blue Note as BLP-4045 in 1960.
|BLP 4045||Freddie Redd Quintet||Shades Of Redd (LP, Album, Mono)||Blue Note||BLP 4045||US||1961|
|BN 4045-MONO-200G, BLP 4045||Freddie Redd Quintet||Shades Of Redd (LP, Album, Mono, RE, 200)||Classic Records, Blue Note||BN 4045-MONO-200G, BLP 4045||US||2005|
|3700477827786||Freddie Redd Quintet||Shades Of Redd (LP, Album, RE)||Rat Pack Records||3700477827786||France||2017|
|TOCJ-6530||Freddie Redd Quintet||Shades Of Redd (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Blue Note||TOCJ-6530||Japan||2005|
|MMBST-84045, BST 84045||Freddie Redd Quintet||Shades Of Redd (2xLP, RE, RM, Gat)||Music Matters Ltd., Blue Note||MMBST-84045, BST 84045||US||2009|