|1||Trouble In Mind|
Written-By – Richard Jones
|2||He's A Real Gone Guy|
Written-By – Nellie Lutcher
Written-By – Count Basie
|4||That's Your Red Wagon|
Written-By – Raye, DePaul, Jones
|5||See See Rider|
|6||St. Louis Blues|
Written-By – W. C. Handy
|PRST-7157||Red Garland||Red In Bluesville (LP, Album)||Prestige||PRST-7157||US||1959|
|OJCCD-295-2, P-7157||Red Garland||Red In Bluesville (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||OJCCD-295-2, P-7157||US||1993|
|PRST 7157||Red Garland||Red In Bluesville (LP, Album)||Prestige||PRST 7157||US||Unknown|
|PRLP 7157, 7157||Red Garland||Red In Bluesville (LP, Album, Mono)||Prestige, Prestige||PRLP 7157, 7157||US||1959|
|SMJ-6317||Red Garland||Red In Bluesville (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige||SMJ-6317||Japan||1977|
Reissue on Prestige's "budget" label Status. The front cover is identical to the existing Prestige releases and even carries the Prestige name and cat.nr. The Status logo only appears on the back cover and labels, and successively mentions "STATUS 7157" on the back cover and "ST 7157" on the labels.
The deadwax details are partially hand etched (cat.nr.) and partially stamped: the RVG stamp refers to engineer and mastering engineer Rudy Van Gelder. Compared to a genuine 1st, 1959 pressing, these details are 100% identical, the only detail not present on this reissue is the "AB" referring to Abbey Record Manufacturing Co., Inc. That aside, these details point to the fact that the reissue is pressed using original 1959 metal work.
Cover: as is the case with many mono and stereo releases from the late 50s - mid 60s, the artwork used for this mono reissue is simply the artwork of the stereo release, which reads "PRESTIGE STEREO", but of which the stereo part was folded over the top edge of the front cover so it would not be visible on mono releases. A part of the stereo part can still be seen though, upside down, at the top of the back cover. An image of this has been added to the image section of this submission.
Red In Bluesville - Red Garland. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Red in Bluesville. Pianist Red Garland and his trio with bassist Sam Jones and drummer Art Taylor explore six veteran blues-based compositions ranging from Nellie Lutcher's He's a Real Gone Guy and St. Louis Blues to Your Red Wagon and Count Basie's M-Squad Theme. Throughout, Garland modernizes each of the selections with his distinctive chord voicings, and he makes the songs sound fresh and new. Red in Blues-ville is an album by jazz pianist Red Garland, recorded in 1959 and released the same year on Prestige Records. He's a Real Gone Guy Lutcher - 5:13. See See Rider Traditional - 8:00. M Squad Theme Basie - 7:36. Your Red Wagon DePaul, Jones, Raye - 5:51. Trouble in Mind Jones - 5:49. Louis Blues Handy - 9:59. Red Garland - piano. Sam Jones - double bass. Art Taylor - drums. Album 1959 6 Songs. Your Red Wagon. Trouble In Garland - Red In Bluesville 1959. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Red Garland. Songs in album Red Garland - Red In Bluesville 1959. Red Garland - He's A Real Gone Guy. Red Garland - See See Rider. Red Garland - M Squad Theme. Red Garland - Your Red Wagon. Red Garland - Trouble In Mind. Red Garland - St. Louis Blues. Total votes: 3. Other albums by Red Garland. Red Garland Revisited. Listen free to Red Garland Red in Bluesville He's a Real Gone Guy, See See Rider and more. 6 tracks 42:55. Red In Bluesville, 1993. He's a Real Gone Guy, 05:09. Trouble In Mind, 05:44. Red In Bluesville is an excellent record. Anything you can buy by Red Garland will not disappoint. His popularity surprises me though and how many jazz fans don't listen to him. He's a true master and anyone want to hear him in fine form, pick this album up. Red is joined by Sam Jones on bass and Art Taylor on drums. By the way, how many sessions has Art Taylor been on . Released: Apr Garland - Red In Bluesville Red Garland p Sam Jones b Art Taylor d Rec