Album artwork for Skin & Bones by Foo Fighters

Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this classic 1955 Jazz album. This album, Erroll Garner's first live concert to ever enter the market, was one of the pianist's most acclaimed and best selling recordings from the moment of it's release. The combination between Erroll Garner's and the audience's enthusiasm certainly makes it a lively listening experience. Recorded after his reputation was already firmly established, this LP was made in a beautiful coastline area in an auditorium that had formerly been a church, with excellent acoustics. As a complement to this exciting concert, however, we have included another live Garner performance, recorded a few years later, at Seattle's World's Fair, on August 20-25, 1963. He is featured once again in a trio setting, and the bass player is, as in the case of the 1955 concert, Eddie Calhoun.

Foo Fighters

Skin & Bones

RCA
Album artwork for Album artwork for Skin & Bones by Foo Fighters by Skin & Bones - Foo Fighters
Album artwork for Skin & Bones by Foo Fighters
LP

$29.99

LP

Released 07/13/2015Catalogue Number

RCA798328.1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Foo Fighters

Skin & Bones

RCA
Album artwork for Album artwork for Skin & Bones by Foo Fighters by Skin & Bones - Foo Fighters
Album artwork for Skin & Bones by Foo Fighters
LP

$29.99

LP

Released 07/13/2015Catalogue Number

RCA798328.1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this classic 1955 Jazz album. This album, Erroll Garner's first live concert to ever enter the market, was one of the pianist's most acclaimed and best selling recordings from the moment of it's release. The combination between Erroll Garner's and the audience's enthusiasm certainly makes it a lively listening experience. Recorded after his reputation was already firmly established, this LP was made in a beautiful coastline area in an auditorium that had formerly been a church, with excellent acoustics. As a complement to this exciting concert, however, we have included another live Garner performance, recorded a few years later, at Seattle's World's Fair, on August 20-25, 1963. He is featured once again in a trio setting, and the bass player is, as in the case of the 1955 concert, Eddie Calhoun.