A vintage bop pianist and a author of haunting melodies, Freddie Redd has already established an episodic profession, with high points accompanied by periods where he maintained a minimal profile. Over time in the Military (1946-1949), Redd caused drummer Johnny Mills and in NY used Tiny Grimes (with whom he documented), Cootie Williams, Oscar Pettiford, as well as the Jive Bombers. Redd, who made an appearance with both jazz and early R&B groupings, documented his debut being a head for Prestige in 1955 (reissued in the OJC series), made an appearance on schedules led by Gene Ammons and Artwork Farmer, and toured Sweden in 1956 with Ernestine Anderson and Rolf Ericson, slicing an obscure trio occur Sweden for the Metronome label. When he came back towards the U.S., Redd resolved for a while in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, where he proved helpful as the home pianist at Bop Town and documented for Riverside. He discovered his greatest popularity when he had written the music for the play THE BOND. He acted and performed in the landmark present in NY, London, and Paris, is at the film, and documented the music for Blue Notice, the to begin his three classes for the label (which had been reissued inside a Mosaic limited-edition package set made up of either two CDs or three LPs). Regrettably, there have been no encore composing projects, and Redd quickly moved to European countries, where he performed frequently but became quite obscure in the U.S. In 1974 he relocated to LA, but despite deserving classes for Interplay (1977), Uptown (1985), Triloka (1988), and Milestone (1990), Freddie Redd offers continued to be an underrated great, still playing into his eighties through the 21st hundred years without gaining the amount of acknowledgement he most definitely deserves.