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Move! The Guitar Artistry Of Hank Garland

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All The Things You Are
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Three-Four, the Blues
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Move
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Always
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Riot-Chous
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Relaxing
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Call D. Law
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It's Love, Of Course
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Not For Me
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(Tell Me) What Am I To Do?
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You're Here Again
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Pop Goes The Weasel
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Autumn Leaves
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Why Not?
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Ed's Place
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Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)
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Like Someone In Love
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Ain't Nothing Wrong With That, Baby
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Polka Dots And Moonbeams
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Tammy
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Secret Love
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Greensleeves
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Blame It On My Youth
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Unless You're In Love
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Just For Tonight
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Close Your Eyes
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Rainy Afternoon
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Ed's Place
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Polka Dots And Moonbeams
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Some Of These Day
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One of the greatest Nashville guitarists to ever walk the Earth
2009 | Label: Legacy/Columbia

Hank Garland's mastery of the guitar stands tall at the nexus of country, jazz and rock and roll in the 1950s, when all these streams of music were in full intermingle. As a session player in Nashville, he practically invented the feline concept of an all-around musician, enhancing whatever he played upon. Even today, his legend is regarded as the gold standard of technique and taste. Though his career was cut short by a tragic… read more »

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Garland the Great

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emusic does it again by making a legendary guitarist's output just a click away. These tracks have such a joyous sound that they just jump out of the speakers. Perfect cocktail party music. Sadly, Hank's horrible auto accident detoured his gift, but thankfully we have this wonderful music to enjoy for all time.

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This long-awaited two-disc set features all of Garland’s jazz sides for Columbia Records between 1959-1960, including the complete albums Velvet Guitar, The Unforgettable Guitar of Hank Garland, and Jazz Winds From a New Direction. Although it may seem a bit quaint, in its time Jazz Winds was a revelatory performance; previously, it was almost impossible to believe that a country guitarist could attack jazz lines with this much imagination and finesse, even taking into account what Chet Atkins had already accomplished. Also surprising was the fact that Jazz Winds wasn’t commercial or countrified in any way; it was marketed as a straight jazz album, played by a real jazz quartet that included Joe Morello (drums), Joe Benjamin (bass), and vibraphonist Gary Burton in his debut recording. However, even if that album caused all the fuss, there’s terrific playing scattered throughout the other two, whether it’s the cleverly titled “Call D. Law,” the hard-swinging Garland original “Why Not?,” or lovely takes on “Scarlet Ribbons” and “Polka Dots and Moonbeams.” These sessions have become legendary in guitar circles, and the fact that most of them have been out of print for decades makes this reissue a real treasure for Garland fans. – Jim Smith

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