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  1. Mezigrel

    Tracklist: 01 - Midnight Sun 02 - Petite Poem 03 - Jazz Overture 04 - Jazz Chorale 05 - Will Success Spoil Rock N' Roll- 06 - You and the Night and the Music 07 - Inch Worm 08 - Flip-Tip 09 - Id 10 - Let's Fall in Love 11 - Free and Easy 12 - Van Nuys Indeed 13 - Development 14 -.
  2. Sak

    Originally issued as Groovin’ High and Atlas Blues: “Blow!& Ballade” by Sonny Stitt And His West Coast Friends in , these two releases are now combined to present the material recorded in July of that year with Stitt and Art Pepper on sax, Russ Freeman and Lou Levy on piano, bassists John Heard and Chuck DeMonico, and Carl Burnette on drums. 12 songs were performed, recorded, and.
  3. Kazrashicage

    Discogs で Art Pepper - Complete Atlas Years に関するリリース、レビュー、クレジット、楽曲などを発見し、Art Pepper のコレクションを完成させましょう。4/5(10).
  4. Voodoolar

    Feb 27,  · Art Pepper + Eleven / Walkin' Shoes myu ysj-Ⅴ Art Pepper + Eleven () {Full Album} - Duration: My Kind Of Music 26, views.
  5. Gozuru

    Feb 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Art Pepper + Eleven / Walkin' (Original Take) YouTube; Art Pepper Art Pepper - Gettin' Together (Full Album) - Duration: All .
  6. Guzshura

    In , saxophonist Art Pepper was approached by Japanese label Atlas about possibly doing some recording. Pepper, then under contract to the Fantasy/Galaxy label, was obliged to find a work-around and decided to appear as a sideman on the recordings, bringing on various "headliners" to release the albums vermotideslyanatacharvajibepa.xyzinfo the fourth and fifth Atlas albums, Pepper brought in saxophonist Sonny Stitt.
  7. Dulrajas

    Apr 25,  · These Art Pepper sides have a cheeky history. Far below the radar in the first half of the s, the alto saxophonist remerged in ’77 ready to stand once more in the full glow of his talent. He was under contract to Fantasy/Galaxy, but a Pepper-friendly movement was taking place in Japan, which led to the Yupiteru label (which became Atlas.
  8. Kajilkree

    Two albums with a very unusual pedigree – both recorded for the Japanese Yupiteru/Atlas Records label – both as Art Pepper sessions, but with Sonny Stitt in the lead – because Pepper was then under contract to Fantasy Records! Both albums are great, and have Art in some of the sharpest settings of his later years – as Sonny Stit's alto sax seems to bring out an even.

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