Live at the Studio Grill is a live album by jazz pianist Freddie Redd recorded in Hollywood in 1988 and released on the Triloka label in 1990. A fine bop pianist who was an associate of his idols Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk, Redd (62 at the time of this set) will probably always be best-known for his work on the play The Connection.
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 also led a Blue Note album of his music for the play, which featured Jackie McLean on alto sax. Redd's success in the theater production, however, did not advance his career in the United States, and shortly afterwards he moved to Europe, spending time in Denmark and France. He returned to the United States in 1974 and resettled on the West Coast; he became a regular on the San Francisco scene and recorded intermittently until 1990. 1988 - Live at the Studio Grill (Triloka) - released 1990. 1990 - Everybody Loves a Winner (Milestone). 1998 - Freddie Redd and his International Jazz Connection (2001, Fairplay INJazz).
FREDDIE REDD live albums. Live at the Studio Grill Hard Bop 1990. FREDDIE REDD demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs). FREDDIE REDD re-issues & compilations. Piano East Piano West, is an album from the mid-50s that presents two new pianists at the time, with one side given to Freddie Redd, and the other side to Hampton Hawes. Although this original release gave top billing to Redd, the mid- 60s re-issue titled Move! gave top billing to Hawes. This is an excellent LP that captures the sound of piano jazz in the mid-50s, still rooted in the bop innovations of Bud Powell, but also leaning towards the new hard bop sound that these guys, along with others like Horace Silver, will create.
Category:Freddie Redd albums. Topics about Freddie Redd albums in general should be placed in relevant topic categories. This category contains albums by Freddie Redd. Pages in category "Freddie Redd albums". The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). C. The Music From The Connection (Freddie Redd Quartet). Live at the Studio Grill.
Redd, Freddie 6 Classic Albums Mainstream Jazz.
I'm Gonna Be Happy
I'll Remember April
Gene DePaul / Pat Johnston / Patricia Johnston / Don Raye
I'll Keep Loving You
Don't Lose the Blues
Bernie Hanighen / Thelonious Monk / Cootie Williams
For Heaven's Sake
Elise Bretton / Sherman Edwards / Don Meyer / Donald Meyer / Sherman Edwards & Donald Meyer
All the Things You Are
Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern
Elise Bretton - Composer William Claxton - Photography Greg Dennon - Assistant Engineer, Engineer Gene DePaul - Composer Bill-Dog Dooley - Engineer Sherman Edwards - Composer Sherman Edwards & Donald Meyer - Composer Mark Eshelman - Assistant Engineer, Engineer Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer Bernie Hanighen - Composer Billy Higgins - Drums John Hurst - Assistant Engineer, Engineer Pat Johnston - Composer Patricia Johnston - Composer K.D. Kagel - Executive Producer, Producer Jerome Kern - Composer Mitchell Markus - Executive Producer, Producer Al McKibbon - Bass Don Meyer - Composer Donald Meyer - Composer Thelonious Monk - Composer Rogers Nicholas - Digital Assembly, Editing, Mastering, Mixing Roger Nichols - Digital Assembly, Editing, Mixing Rick Norman - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant June Popowich - Production Coordination Bud Powell - Composer Don Raye - Composer Freddie Redd - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist Paul A. Sloman - Digital Assembly, Digital Editing, Editing, Mixing, Producer Will Thornbury - Story Writer Cootie Williams - Composer
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