Art Peppers 10th album as a leader, recorded on a January 19, 1957 session with the at the time Miles Davis rhythm section, pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers (3) and drummer "Philly" Joe Jones. 랙 목록. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To.
By the time of this, Art Pepper's tenth recording as a leader, he was making his individual voice on the alto saxophone leave the cozy confines of his heroes Charlie Parker and Lee Konitz. Joining the Miles Davis rhythm section of pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Philly Joe Jones made the transformation all that more illuminating. It's a classic east meets west, cool plus hot but never lukewarm combination that provides many bright moments for the quartet during this exceptional date from that great year in music, 1957.
Gettin' Together is a 1960 jazz album by saxophonist Art Pepper playing with Conte Candoli, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb. The sleeve notes (by Martin Williams) describe the album as 'a sort of sequel to the earlier Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section' which also featured Miles Davis rhythm section of its time. Whims of Chambers" (Paul Chambers) – 6:56. Bijou the Poodle" (Art Pepper) – 5:48. Why Are We Afraid" (Dory Langdon; André Previn) – 3:36.
Waltz Me Blues (Art Pepper, Paul Chambers) – 2:56. Straight Life (Art Pepper) – 3:59. Jazz Me Blues (Tom Delaney) – 4:47. Tin Tin Deo (Gil Fuller, Chano Pozo) – 7:42. Star Eyes (Gene de Paul, Don Raye) – 5:12. Birks' Works (Dizzy Gillespie) – 4:17. Art Pepper - alto saxophone. Paul Chambers - bass. Philly Joe Jones - drums. jazz,post bop. LMFAO - Sorry For Party Rocking. LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem. Shawn Mendes theres nothing holdin me back.
According to Pepper, the album was recorded under enormous pressure, as he first learned of the recording session the morning he was due in the studio, and he had never met the other musicians, all of whom he greatly admired. 192-195 He was playing on an instrument in a bad state of repair, and was suffering from a drug problem. 47. ART PEPPER: Art Pepper meets The Rhythm Section". The New York Times Essential Library: Jazz: A Critic's Guide to the 100 Most Important Recordings.
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The great alto saxophonist Art Pepper(1925-82) recorded this classic quartet album in Los Angeles on January 19, 1957 with Miles Davis's stellar rhythm section of Red Garland(piano); Paul Chambers(bass) & Philly Joe Jones(drums). Pepper was incensed that he hadn't been told of the session until the morning of the date so headed to the studio 'fortified by adrenaline, anger and dope'