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Arts Oregano - Art Pepper - Discoveries (Cassette, Album)

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  1. I have been on an Art Pepper binge of late, digesting 3 huge box sets. Basically all of his post music is grossly underrated. Winter Moon is a strings album, and is one of the best of its type I have ever heard. I had not heard that album, 20 years of loving jazz .
  2. Art Pepper, American jazz musician noted for the beauty of his sound and his improvisations on alto saxophone, and a major figure in the s in West Coast jazz (see cool jazz). Pepper in his teens played in Los Angeles bands led by Lee Young and Benny Carter, then joined the Stan Kenton band.
  3. Early life. Art Pepper was born in Gardena, California, on September 1, His mother was a year-old runaway; his father, a merchant seaman. Both were violent alcoholics, and when Art was still quite young he was sent to live with his paternal lockharecabelslatodoughdisecmira.xyzinfo expressed early musical interest and talent, and he was given lessons.
  4. Song information for Art's Oregano - Art Pepper on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Art Pepper. Surf Ride. Art Pepper. Rediscoveries. Savoy: Art Pepper. The Discovery Sessions. Savoy Jazz:
  5. Discovery DS entitled "Marty Paich Band Featuring Art Pepper, Jack Sheldon And Victor Feldman - I Get A Boot Out Of You". ** part of Discovery DSCD Joanie Sommers - Positively The Most! (Warner Bros. W ) Art Pepper, alto sax; Joanie Sommers, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Marty Paich, arranger, conductor. Los Angeles, CA, June,
  6. Art Pepper Quintet, an Album by Art Pepper Quintet. Released in on Discovery (catalog no. DL ; Vinyl 10"). Genres: Bebop. Featured peformers: Art Pepper (alto saxophone), Jack Montrose (tenor saxophone), Claude Williamson (piano), Monty Budwig (bass), Larry Bunker (drums), Mil Sacks (cover design), Ira Gitler (liner notes).
  7. Art Pepper, an Album by Art Pepper. Released in on Discovery (catalog no. DL ; Vinyl 10"). Genres: Bebop. Featured peformers: Art Pepper (alto saxophone), Bob Schwaid (liner notes).
  8. Art's Oregano (Take 3) Product details. Audio CD (March 3, ) Number of sessions by the great west coast altoist art pepper, but very casually omits 1 song from each of the first 2 sessions and then omits 2 from the last session here. the idea behind this original release seems to have been to not include any ballads in the set and if /5(8).

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