For Miles and Miles - Chet Baker & Art Pepper - The Art Of Chet Baker & Art Pepper (CD)

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  1. Trumpeter Chet Baker() recorded this fascinating sextet session in Los Angeles on November 20 & 21, with alto saxophonist Art Pepper, the little-known tenor saxophonist Phil Urso, pianist Carl Perkins, bassist Curtis Counce & drummer Larance Marable/5(12).
  2. Listen to music from Chet Baker & Art Pepper like Minor Yours, For Minors Only & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Chet Baker & Art Pepper.
  3. This release contains the complete classic album "Playboys" by Chet Baker & Art Pepper, including both the originally released session and the previous date originally intended for this same project. Tracks 1 to 7 recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, November 20 & 21,
  4. Listen to For Miles And Miles from Chet Baker & Art Pepper's Picture of Heath for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Artist(s): Trumpet – Chet Baker Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper Bass – Curtis Counce Drums – Lawrence Marable Piano – Carl Perkins Tenor Saxophone – Phil Urso Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape 6 For Miles And Miles 7 C.T.A. Total Time:
  6. Half Nelson Miles Davis. Bea's Flat Russ Freeman. Happy Little Sunbeam Russ Freeman. Grey December Frank Campo. Russ Job Russ Lush Life - Chet Baker - The Pacific Jazz Collection. A Dandy Line Jack Montrose. Carson City Stage Carson Smith. Lush Life Billy Strayhorn. Say When Russ Freeman. Minor Yours Art Pepper. Tynan Time Art Pepper.
  7. Sep 08,  · Greil Marcus September 8, AM (UTC) James Gavin's book about Chet Baker, the jazz singer and trumpeter who first gained fame in the early fifties and who, only a few years later -- .
  8. These are the third sessions to feature the dynamic duo of Art Pepper (alto sax) and Chet Baker (trumpet). Their other two meetings had produced unequivocal successes. The first was during a brief July session at the Forum Theater in L.A. Baker joined forces with Pepper's sextet, ultimately netting material for the disc Route.
  9. This was the third session together of the dynamic duo of Chet Baker and Art Pepper the previous two having been unequivocal successes. Baker and Pepper have an instinctual rapport that yields outstanding interplay. These thoroughly enjoyable and often high-energy sides are perfect for bop connoisseurs as well as mainstream jazz listeners. 1.

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