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  1. Description This CD contains two complete albums showcasing Art Pepper in a quartet setting: Meets the Rhythm Section, featuring Miles Davis' legendary rhythm section of Red Garland, Paul Chambers & Philly Joe Jones, and Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper.
  2. Jun 25,  · Art Pepper (Arthur Edward Pepper Jr., Gardena, California, September 1, – Los Angeles, California, June 15, ), was an American alto saxophonist. He began his career in the s, playing with Benny Carter and Stan Kenton (). By the s Pepper was recognized as one of the le read more.
  3. Nov 20,  · Art Pepper was a self-taught jazz legend. He played with Miles Davis and was hailed as one of the greatest alto players to follow in the footsteps of Charlie Parker. He also spent ten years in.
  4. This release contains two complete albums showcasing the incomparable talents of alto saxophonist Art Pepper in a quartet setting: "Art Pepper meets the Rhytm Section (Contemporary S)", featuring Miles Davis' legendary rhythm section of Red Garland, Paul Chambers & Philly Joe Jones, and "The Marty Paich Quartet featuring Art Pepper (Tampa .
  5. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To Art Pepper's Alto Sax Solo From "Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section" Transc. TVoss & #.. >-> 3 3-& # Õ& # >-^^^ ^Lay back. & #. >-Œœœ œ œœœœœœ#œœœnœœœ#œnœœœ œ#œ#œœœœ¿œ¿œbœ‰ œ jœùbœœœœ j œ™???? ‰œj œnœœœ‰ œ j œ¿nœœ#œ#œnœ#œœ¿œ.
  6. Directed by Don McGlynn. With Art Pepper, Laurie Pepper. An intensely personal and sometimes painful look into the fascinating world of Art Pepper. One of Jazz' greatest alto saxophonists and most expressive soloists, Pepper was also a thief, drug addict, alcoholic, womanizer, and world renown wildman. In candid interviews he recounts his triumphs, .
  7. Meets the Rhythm Section, a Compilation of songs by Art Pepper. Released in on Essential Jazz Classics (catalog no. EJC; CD).
  8. However, both tracks are missing from the so-called "The Complete Art Pepper Aladdin Recordings" marketed by the Mosaic and Blue Note record labels. The recordings were made on April 1 & 2, at the small Audio Arts Studio in Hollywood and the man who made them possible was Don Clark, a young disc jockey, concert promoter and Pepper fan, who.

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