Up In Errolls Room
Over the course of two sessions in November 1967, Erroll Garner and his band recorded enough material for a handful of albums. What makes this collection truly unique is the addition of a brass section, expertly orchestrated over a selection of Garner's improvised arrangements. This style of collaboration was groundbreaking for the era and helps to make this one of the most musically thrilling of all Garner's albums.
The Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner's recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums recorded and released between 1959 and 1976, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. All of these albums were owned by Garner's Octave Records and licensed for release on a variety of iconic labels, including MGM, ABC, Philips, Mercury, Reprise, MPS, and more.
- Watermelon Man
- It's The Talk Of The Town
- Groovin' High
- The Girl From Ipanema
- The Coffee Song (They've Got An Awful Lot Of Coffee In Brazil)
- Cheek To Cheek
- Up In Erroll's Room
- I've Got A Lot Of Livin' To Do
- All The Things You Are
- I Got Rhythm
- True Blues
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