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Title: Internation Jazz Connection
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Music From) The Connection. Music From The Connection. The Connection Suite (feat. Freddie Redd & Tina Brooks).
The Music From The Connection (Freddie Redd Quartet). The Music From "The Connection" is an album of music composed by jazz pianist Freddie Redd for Jack Gelber's 1959 play The Connection. This first recording of the music was released on the Blue Note label in 1960. It features performances by Redd, Jackie McLean, Michael Mattos, and Larry Ritchie.
Freddie Redd And His International Jazz Connection Contents. JMA TOP 5 Jazz ALBUMS.
The Very Best of Freddie Redd. Freddie Redd: Music From The Connection/San Francisco Suite. Art Farmer Gigi Gryce Quintet Complete 1954-1955 Prestige Recordings.
Freddie Redd - And Time Marches On 12:08. Freddie Redd - Speak of the Blues 09:34. Freddie Redd - I'm Gonna Be Happy 09:49. Freddie Redd - That Dancin' Man 07:46. Freddie Redd - Emily Reno 08:40. Freddie Redd - Don't Lose the Blues 07:43. Ultimate Jazz Piano Collection, Vol. 9 - Freddie Redd. The Very Best of Freddie Redd - Freddie Redd. Music From The Connection - Freddie Redd. Freddie Redd: Music From The Connection/San Francisco Suite - Freddie Redd, Джордж Гершвин. Redd's Blues - Freddie Redd.
Freddie Redd and His International Jazz Connection, 2010. Freddie Redd and His International Jazz Connection, 2010. I'm Gonna Be Happy, 09:49.
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.
Don't Lose the Blues.