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Four Brothers - Art Pepper - Art Pepper + Eleven (CD, Album)

| 18.09.2019

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  • Mezshura says:
    ENGLISH. By most standards a 'little' big-band album, this set carried the bebop canon, such as it was, into the realm of California cool jazz, using Art Pepper's chops on milky tenor and sharp alto saxophones alongside plush arrangements from Marty Paich. There were key links on this session to the Miles Davis nonet's Birth of the Cool a decade earlier, which opened with the same Denzil Best.
  • Goltishura says:
    AVID Jazz here presents four classic Art Pepper albums on a finely re-mastered and low priced double CD. `The Return Of Art Pepper', `Modern Art', `Quartet' and `Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section' which is heard here for the first time in a natural stereo soundstage.4/5(33).
  • Dikinos says:
    Product description. Used CD newslagetfdetosudogtprovimnebugal.infoinfo By most standards a "little" big-band album, this set carried the bebop canon, such as it was, into the realm of California cool jazz, using Art Pepper's chops on milky tenor and sharp alto saxophones alongside plush arrangements from Marty Paich/5(26).
  • Kajizilkree says:
    A TAV Curator’s Pick. “Art Pepper + Eleven is a jazz big band album by saxophonist Art Pepper performing under the direction and arrangements of Marty Paich. The recording is one of several dates Pepper made with Paich and his big band in and is the only one with Pepper as leader. The recording focuses on big.
  • Kekora says:
    Recorded in late and released in early , the same year as the landmark Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section, The Art Pepper Quartet (Art Pepper: saxophone; Russ Freeman: piano; Ben Tucker: bass; Gary Fromer: drums) is being reissued as a deluxe package. To make this even more special and unique, the alternate take of “Blues At Twilight” has been included as a bonus track.
  • Dikree says:
    This is a true classic. Altoist Art Pepper is joined by an piece band playing Marty Paich arrangements of a dozen jazz standards from the bop and cool jazz era. Trumpeter Jack Sheldon has a few solos, but the focus is very much on the altoist who is in peak form for this period. Throughout, Pepper sounds quite inspired by Paich's charts which feature the band as an active part of the music 10/
  • Yoll says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Art Pepper + Eleven on Discogs. Label: Original Jazz Classics - OJCCD,Contemporary Records - S • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Repress, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band/5(2).
  • Tetilar says:
    A unique large group session from Art Pepper – one of his few this way as a leader, despite constant 50s presence as a sideman in big ensembles! Arrangements are by Marty Paich, who more than makes things swing – and there's a nice rhythm section dancing underneath a larger group – with Russ Freeman on piano, Joe Mondragon on bass and Mel Lewis on drums. Players in .

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