Groovin High - Art Pepper - Art Pepper + Eleven (Modern Jazz Classics) (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Groovin High - Art Pepper - Art Pepper + Eleven (Modern Jazz Classics) (CD, Album)

  1. Rare Original US Pressing. This is a true classic. Altoist Art Pepper is joined by an piece band playing Marty Paich arrangements of a dozen jazz standards from the bop and cool jazz era. Trumpeter Jack Sheldon has a few solos, but the focus is very much on the altoist who is in peak form for this period. Throughout, Pepper sounds quite inspired by Paich's charts which feature the band.
  2. Art Pepper: Anthropology: Art Pepper + Eleven ‘Modern Jazz Classics’ Alto: Soufflant EJMA: Transcription by Michel Weber: Art Pepper: Bird’s Works: Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section: Alto: Soufflant EJMA: Transcription by Corinne Juillerat: Art Pepper: Groovin’ High: Art Pepper + Eleven: Alto: Charles McNeal: Art Pepper: Red Pepper.
  3. Jun 01,  · From the album "Art Pepper + Eleven". Personnel: Art Pepper - Alto Sax Bud Shank - Alto Sax Bob Enevoldsen - Tenor Sax / Valve Trombone Bill Perkins - Tenor Sax Med Flory - Baritone Sax Al Porcino.
  4. 参照 Art Pepper + Eleven (Modern Jazz Classics), 2x12", Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, , AJAZ , S This pressing is by far superior to any of the 3 other pressings i have heard /
  5. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Pepper, Art, Art Pepper + Eleven. Berkeley, CA: Contemporary Records, ℗ (DLC)
  6. Art Pepper专辑《Art Pepper + Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics》,更多Art Pepper相关专辑下载、在线试听,尽在网易云音乐.
  7. Art Pepper + Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics, an Album by Art Pepper. Released in February on Contemporary (catalog no. M ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz, Big Band. Featured peformers: Jack Sheldon (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Bob Enevoldsen (valve trombone, tenor saxophone), Vincent DeRosa (French horn), Art Pepper (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, clarinet), Med Flory (baritone.
  8. "Modern Jazz Classics" Art Pepper + Eleven: Track listing: 1. Move 2. Groovin' High 3. Opus De Funk 4. 'Round Midnight Modern Jazz Classics may well be Pepper at his most traditional, but the improvisational greatness shines through as he takes on the talented barrages of eleven (count 'em) of the best sidemen in the business, whipping them.

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