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Art Pepper - ...The Way It Was! (1972) Flac+320 kbps

22-12-2015, 19:25

Title: ...The Way It Was!
Year Of Release: 1972
Label: OJC [OJCCD 389-2]
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Cool Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks + .cue,log,scans) | MP3/320 kbps
Total Time: 52:56
Total Size: 298 MB(+3%) | 125 MB(+3%)


1. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me [5:28]
2. All The Things You Are [6:37]
3. What's New [4:07]
4. Tickle Toe [4:54]
5. The Man I Love [6:36]
6. Autumn Leaves [6:28]
7. The Way You Look Tonight [6:45]
8. I Can't Believe That You're In Love with Me (alternate take) [5:36]
9. All The Things You Are (alternate take) [6:28]
Art Pepper - ...The Way It Was! (1972) Flac+320 kbps

personnel :

Art Pepper - alto sax
Warne Marsh - tenor sax
Ronnie Ball - piano
Ben Tucker - bass
Gary Frommer - drums
Red Garland - piano
Paul Chambers - bass
Philly Joe Jones - drums
Dolo Coker - piano
Jimmy Bond - bass
Frank Butler - drums
Wynton Kelly - piano
Jimmy Cobb - drums

Despite his very erratic lifestyle, altoist Art Pepper never made a bad record. This collection is better than most. The first four titles team together Pepper with tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh, pianist Ronnie Ball, bassist Ben Tucker, and drummer Gary Frommer for generally intriguing explorations of four standards. One can feel the influence of Lennie Tristano (with Pepper in Lee Konitz's place), although Pepper had his own sound and a more hard-swinging style. The success of the Pepper-Marsh front line makes one wish that they had recorded together again. The other three selections are leftovers from a trio of classic Pepper albums, and all are quite worthwhile. Pepper is heard backed by three separate rhythm sections, which include pianists Red Garland, Dolo Coker, or Wynton Kelly; either Paul Chambers or Jimmy Bond on bass; and Philly Joe Jones, Frank Butler, or Jimmy Cobb on drums. Overall, this album sticks to bop standards and finds Art Pepper in top form.~Scott Yanow

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