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  1. Jun 09,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Straight Life on Discogs. Label: Galaxy - GXY • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • /5(33).
  2. Jul 29,  · Art Pepper had a great tone - like a west coast Charlie Parker - all the more remarkable because, like Chet Baker, he played largely by instinct. I love the cover of this album - Pepper was a great looking young guy. I’ve been interested ever since I read his autobiography, Straight Life. This CD is a great soundtrack to long car journeys/5().
  3. Includes OBI and Insert, slight Foxing to sleeve. A2 Red Pepper Blues ARTIST -Art Pepper. FORMAT -Vinyl LP Album. A5 Straight Life STYLES -Bop. GENRES -Jazz. B4 Birks Works End date: Aug 26,
  4. Sep 02,  · A true classic, Art Pepper + Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics finds altoist Art Pepper joined by an piece band playing Marty Paich arrangements of a dozen jazz /5(12).
  5. Apr 17,  · During his career alto saxophonist Art Pepper cut many records, and every jazz-friendly collection should own at least a few. But if the matter boils down to only owning one, the choice is easy; it’s ’s off-the-cuff masterpiece Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm detanesstitaguzz.gamfestkapocoularafmigetibnyoudis.co features the troubled yet outstanding young horn-man in cahoots with Miles Davis’ unimpeachable rhythm team of Red.
  6. Features The Greatest Album Covers: Pioneering Sleeve Designs. From indelible images to perfect portraits, the greatest album covers provoke and awe just as much as the contents inside.
  7. The Jazz Hour, MG , featured Art Pepper's signature tune, “Straight Life” D These reissues on Savoy shared a fate similar to the original Art Pepper Discovery releases, changing times and shifts in the jazz marketplace led to their becoming unavailable to jazz fans.
  8. Patricia by Art Pepper, released From the Memoir: During a break, Stanley was fooling around at the piano and he started playing a gorgeous ballad. A few people looked up, because it was so pretty. Art, in all innocence, remarked that it was really nice, what was it? He probably hadn’t listened to it for more than thirty years.

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