Title: The Unforgettable Guitar Of Hank Garland
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Hank Garland was a country guitarist in high demand for recording sessions during the 1950s, though he eventually decided to expand into jazz as well. This Columbia LP, recorded circa 1959 and initially released under the title Subtle Swing by Sesac, was reissued with two tracks evidently recorded during the making of Jazz Winds for Columbia in 1961. The supporting cast includes the talented young vibraphonist Gary Burton, along with veteran Nashville session players. In any case, Hank Garland's playing is excellent throughout this long out of print LP, though his later recordings eclipse this initial excursion into jazz.
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Walter Louis Garland (11 November 1930 – 27 December 2004) professionally Hank Garland, was an American studio guitarist. He started as a country musician, played rock and roll as it became popular in the 1950s, and released a jazz album in 1960. His career was cut short when a car accident in 1961 left him unable to perform. Background information. The Unforgettable Guitar of Hank Garland (1962). Holiday for the Harp (with the Daphne Hellman Quartet). Big Beat Country Melodies with Jimmy Richardson and Boots Randolph (1961).
The Guitar Artistry of Hank Garland that covers all of his Columbia Records sessions in 1959 and 1960. Included is the entire Jazz Winds album in addition to Velvet Guitar and The Unforgettable Guitar of Hank Garland. Previous 1 2 3 4 Next. More videos from Premier Guitar. Recent Articles by Thomas McKenzie. Builder Profile: Godin Guitars.
The following year, Garland's jazz debut on record, Jazz Winds From a New Direction, astonished both jazz and country circles, and a follow-up album, The Unforgettable Guitar of Hank Garland, was issued. But in September 1961, a near fatal auto accident robbed Garland of a good deal of his coordination and memory. He eventually returned to playing, but never regained the renown of his early 60s heyday. Hank Garland passed away on December 27, 2004 at the age of 74. ~ Richard S. Ginell, Rovi.
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|A3||You're Here Again|
|A4||Just For Tonight|
|A5||Pop Goes The Weasel|
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|CL 1913||Hank Garland||The Unforgettable Guitar Of Hank Garland (LP, Album)||Columbia||CL 1913||Canada||1962|