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TRACK LIST:
1. All The Things You Are
2. Three-Four, the Blues
3. Move
4. Always
5. Riot-Chous
6. Relaxing
7. Call D. Law
8. It’s Love, of Course
9. Not For Me
10. (Tell Me) What Am I To Do?
11. You’re Here Again
12. Pop Goes the Weasel
13. Autumn Leaves
14. Why Not?
15. Ed’s Place
16. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)
17. Like Someone in Love
18. Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That, Baby
19. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
20. Tammy
21. Secret Love
22. Greensleeves
23. Blame It On My Youth
24. Unless You’re In Love
25. Just For Tonight
26. Close Your Eyes
27. Rainy Afternoon
28. Ed’s Place (early version)*
29. Polka Dots and Moonbeams (early version)*
30. Some of These Days*
31. Secret Love (early version)*

*previously unissued


Hank Garland

Move! The Guitar Artistry of Hank Garland 2-CD Set

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From the Sundazed Vaults...back by popular demand!

Growing up in Cowpens, SC, Hank Garland began playing guitar at age 6. Ten years later, this precocious talent led him to Nashville, where he quickly integrated himself into the city’s thriving live music and recording scene. Scoring a million-selling hit at age 19 with “Sugarfoot Rag,” Garland became a first-call Nashville session guitarist, recording with a “who’s who” of country stars and nascent rockers (including that Presley kid—it’s Garland playing the indelible riff on “Little Sister” and many more of Elvis’ Nashville sessions). His prowess caught the ear of Gibson Guitar Company president Ted McCarty, who enlisted Garland’s input in designing Gibson’s classic Byrdland hollow body electric guitar. This collaboration proved prophetic, as Garland’s true musical passion was jazz, for which the Byrdland was both named and designed. After being told by Chet Atkins that Django Reinhardt was “the greatest guitar player in the world,” Garland spent countless hours studying the Belgian master guitarist’s style and method.

Garland ventured beyond Nashville as a member of Eddy Arnold’s touring band. Whenever Arnold’s tour hit New York City, Garland took advantage of the opportunity to visit the Big Apple’s many jazz clubs and studied with jazz guitar virtuoso Barry Galbraith. Securing a recording contract with Columbia Records, Garland set the jazz world on its ear in the late ’50s and early ’60s with three landmark albums for the label. Move! collects every track from these sessions, including the entire Jazz Winds from a New Direction album and four previously unissued tracks. Come hear the ultimate Nashville cat!

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