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Arthur Edward Pepper Jr. (September 1, 1925 – June 15, 1982) was an American alto saxophonist and very occasional tenor saxophonist and clarinetist. A longtime figure in West Coast jazz, Pepper came to prominence in Stan Kenton's big band. He was known for his emotionally charged performances and several stylistic shifts throughout his career, and was described by critic Scott Yanow as "the world's great altoist" at the time of his death.
Art Pepper's professional career can be divided into three main eras: Early, 1950 to 1960-The Early Show marked Pepper's first recording as leader. This period included his affiliation with Savoy, Blue Note, and Contemporary Records. It saw the release of the truly legendary recordings Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section and Art Pepper + Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics. Pepper's early tone was cool, dry-ice with impeccable intonation and vibrato. He released Living Legend in 1975, beginning a string of excellent recordings that included The Trip, No Limit, and his famous first East Coast recordings at the Village Vanguard. Art Pepper at the Maiden Voyage Club was more fully realized in his vision that he was four years earlier at the Village Vanguard. Pepper soars on these sides in the company of perhaps his greatest working quartet. Goin' Home (Galaxy/OJC 1982).
Listen to music from Art Pepper like You Go to My Head, Our Song - Remastered & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Art Pepper. By the 1950s Pepper was recognized as one of the leading alto saxophonists in jazz, epitomized by his finishing second only to Charlie Parker as Best Alto Saxophonist in the Down Beat magazine Readers Poll of 1952.
Biography by Scott Yanow. A seminal alto saxophonist who overcame severe drug addiction to become a leading figure in bop and cool jazz.
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The 50 Greatest Album Covers of All Time. 11/12/2015 by Billboard Staff. Music isn't just about the music. Sure, the sounds are certainly the most essential element, but you can't ignore the role of cover art in making a brilliant album From the fold-out gatefolds of the vinyl era to pull-out liner notes in CD jewel cases to the small icon on a digital player, cover art has changed over the years, but it still defines how we. look at a particular album
This Art Pepper discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Art Pepper albums can be found at the top of the list . This Art Pepper discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Art Pepper albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Art Pepper singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
Listen on Apple Music. 1. Introduction (Live). 2. Pepper Pot (Live). 2010 Arthur Pepper Music/Widow's Taste Records. Original Jazz Sound: Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section. Four Classic Albums (The Return Of, Modern Art, Meets The Rhythm Section, The Art Pepper Quartet) (Digitally Remastered).
If Peter Blake’s Sgt Pepper album cover is the most famous example of British pop art, then Andy Warhol’s design for The Velvet Underground’s debut, released that same year, remains one of the most famous from the US. It’s Peel Slowly And See banana peel was actually a sticker that revealed the phallic fruit beneath – a typically wry move from Warhol, though the joke was on anyone who removed the sticker. Fully intact copies of the VU’s debut album are now hugely collectable rarities. Roxy Music: Roxy Music (1972).
|01||All The Things You Are||2:31|
|02||Evevrything Happens To Me||2:42|
|03||St. Louis Blues||3:33|
|06||Over The Rainbow||3:09|
|07||What Is This Thing Called Love||3:00|
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January 18, 1957 - March 31, 1957