Green played various styles including hard bop, bebop, soul jazz and blues. During the bebop period he created a reintroduction of the guitar as a solo instrument in jazz. Green is known that he was a great admirer of Charlie Christian and Charlie Parker.
1960-61 First Session (released in 2001)
1961 Grant's First Stand
1961 Green Street
1961 Sunday Mornin'
1961 Remembering (released in 1980 )
1961 Gooden's Corner (released in 1980 )
1962 Nigeria (released in 1980 )
1962 Oleo (released in 1980 )
1962 Born to Be Blue (released in 1985 )
1962 The Latin Bit
1962 Goin' West (released in 1969 )
1962 Feelin' the Spirit
1963 Blues for Lou (released in 1999 )
1963 Am I Blue
1963 Idle Moments (released in 1964 )
1964 Matador (released in 1979 )
1964 Solid (released in 1979 )
1964 Talkin' About!
1964 Street of Dreams
1965 I Want to Hold Your Hand
1969 Carryin' On
1970 Green Is Beautiful
1971 Live at Club Mozambique (released in 2006)
1971 Shades of Green
1971 The Final Comedown (released in 1972 )
1972 Live at The Lighthouse
1961 Reaching Out -- Black Lion Records
1965 His Majesty King Funk -- Verve
1967 Iron City --- Cobblestone (Released in 1972)
1976 The Main Attraction -- Kudu
1978 Easy - Versatile
1x LP standard 33rpm vinyl
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2015 BLUENOTE reissue on 180g LP -One of the great jazz guitarists of the 1960s, with a clear tone and a unique emphasis on single-note lines. Grant Green recorded so much high-quality music for Blue Note during the first half of the '60s that a num...
1x LP 180 gr.33rpm HQ vinyl
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originally released in 1961 - 2006 UK limited edition audiophile issue of the 1961 7track LP pressed on 180gm vinyl The Final Comedown was Blue Notes first film soundtrack and is an excellent debut into the Blaxploitation soundtrack genre of the peri...
2x LP 200 gr. HQ Vinyl 45RPM =AcousTech=
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Originally released in 1964 - 2009 US Stereo reissue on 180g vinyl 45RPM double LP, nummbered-Grant Green was, along with Wes Montgomery, the top new jazz guitarist to become prominent in the early 1960s. Due to his single-note style (Green rarely ev...