Lonely City is an album by pianist Freddie Redd which was recorded in 1985 and released by the Uptown label in 1989. Redd is matched with seven diverse players on six of his compositions, most of which are little-known. The music is high-quality hard bop, and the fresh material inspires the musicians. All compositions by Freddie Redd. After the Show" – 5:31.
Freddie Redd (born May 29, 1928 - New York) is an American hard bop pianist and composer.
Alto Saxophone – Clarence "C" Sharpe Baritone Saxophone – Gerry Cappuccio Bass – George Duvivier Drums – Ben Riley Piano – Freddie Redd Tenor Saxophone – Clifford Jordan Trumpet – Don Sickler.
Lonely City is a English album released on Jan 2008. Lonely City Album has 6 songs sung by George Duvivier, Clifford Jordan, freddie redd. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Lonely City songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
In an all too small discography, Freddie Redd's Shades of Redd is without a doubt his crowning achievement. Completed after a successful stint composing music for the stage play The Connection, Redd wrote music specifically geared for his two formidable front line saxophonists - emerging alto giant Jackie McLean and the unsung hero of the tenor, Tina Brooks. All of these tracks, originals by Redd, are brimming with the hope, optimism, and fresh ideas of the early '60s, music perfectly rendered and representative of the time period.
Freddie Redd (born May 29, 1928, in New York City) is an American hard-bop pianist and composer. After a period in the Army (1946–49), he worked with drummer Johnny Mills, and then in New York played with Tiny Grimes, Cootie Williams, Oscar Pettiford and the Jive Bombers. Redd toured Sweden in 1956 with Ernestine Anderson and Rolf Ericson. His greatest success came in the late 1950s in the play and movie The Connection, in which he both played and acted in New York City, London, and Paris. He also played on the soundtrack album.
Reference UTR 117790. Label code upcd 2. 0. Discs number 1. Lonely City. FREDDIE REED, piano CLARENCE "C" SHARPE, alto sax CLIFFORD JORDAN, tenor sax GERRY CAPPUCCIO, baritone sax DON SICKLER, trumpet GEORGE DUVIVIER, bass BEN RILEY, drums. New Jersey, January 18 & 19, 1985. TRACKS: 01. After The Show 02. Bleeker St. Blues 03. Emily Reno 04. Thespian 05.
|After The Show||5:31|
|Bleeker St. Blues||7:26|
|Had Tadd In Mind||4:52|
|UP 27.30||Freddie Redd||Lonely City (LP, Album)||Uptown Records||UP 27.30||US||1989|
|UPCD 27.30||Freddie Redd, Clifford Jordan, Clarence "C" Sharpe*, Don Sickler||Freddie Redd, Clifford Jordan, Clarence "C" Sharpe*, Don Sickler - Lonely City (CD, Album)||Uptown Records||UPCD 27.30||US||1990|