Until Miles Davis hired him, Red Garland was barely known outside a circle of Jazz musicians and fans in Philadelphia and New York. With Davis from 1955 to the end of the decade, the pianist from Dallas served as a centering force in the most celebrated and influential quintet of the era. In the process, gained a wide audience and became a successful recording artist on his This album revisits a 1957 trio session with guitarist Kenny Burrell as a guest on two tracks.
Everbody's Somebody's Fool
You Keep Coming Back Like A Song
(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over
It Could Happen To You
This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.