Pianist Red Garland recorded many sessions during 1955-63 and his distinctive chord voicings and relaxed style was always worth hearing. The wild card on this quartet is Les Spann who had the unusual double of guitar and flute; his flute is a major asset on "Where Are You ?" and "The Very Thought of You." Garland (along with bassist Sam Jones and drummer Frank Gant) is in fine form throughout these underplayed standards ; highlights include "Sophisticated Swing," "Solar" and "This Can't Be Love."
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1 Sophisticated Swing (Hudson, Parish) 5:29
2 Solar (Davis) 5:00
3 Where Are You ? (Adamson, McHugh) 5:14
4 Marie's Delight (Garland) 3:30
5 This Can't Be Love (Hart, Rodgers) 4:04
6 The Very Thought of You (Noble) 5:27
7 Blues for 'News (Garland) 3:21
8 I Just Can't See for Looking (Robinson, Stanford) 5:45
Red Garland - p
Les Spann - g & fl [# 3 & 6]
Sam Jones - b
Frank Gant - dr
Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York City ; January 30, 1962.