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Art Pepper, Marty Paich, The Marty Paich Quartet - Chile Pepper

Art Pepper, Marty Paich, The Marty Paich Quartet - Chile Pepper

Performer: Art Pepper, Marty Paich, The Marty Paich Quartet
Title: Chile Pepper
Style: Bop, Cool Jazz
Cat#: UPS 17
Country: Japan
Label: Charlie Parker Records
Size MP3 version: 1735 mb
Size FLAC version: 2155 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 136
Genre: Jazz

Art Pepper, Marty Paich, The Marty Paich Quartet - Chile Pepper


Tracklist

1All The Things You Are
2Pitfall
3You And The Night And The Music
4Abstract Art
5Melancholy Madeline
6Sidewinder
7What's Right For You
8Over The Rainbow
9Marty's Blues

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TP 28Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper - Marty Paich Quartet ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Red)Tampa RecordsTP 28US1956
AJ 510The Marty Paich Quartet Archives Of Jazz Vol 9 ‎(LP)AJ Records AJ 510USUnknown
TP 28Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper - Marty Paich Quartet ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Bla)Tampa RecordsTP 28US2008
SMJX-10138(M), TP-28The Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper The Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper - Marty Paich Quartet ‎(LP, Mono, Promo)Victor, Tampa RecordsSMJX-10138(M), TP-28Japan1972
TP 28Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper - Marty Paich Quartet ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Tampa RecordsTP 28US1957

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneArt Pepper
  • BassBuddy Clark
  • DrumsFrank Capp
  • PianoMarty Paich

Companies

  • Made By – Teichiku Records Co., Ltd.

Video

Album

Chile Pepper - Art Pepper, Marty Paich, The Marty Paich Quartet. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Alto Saxophone Art Pepper Bass Buddy Clark Drums Frank Capp Piano Marty Paich Recorded August-September, 1956, Los Angeles. Engineer Val . Abstract Art. Over the Rainbow. All the Things You Are. Pepper Manne. A Night In Tunisia. I'll Remember April. The Summer Knows Remaster. My Laurie Remaster. Martin Louis Paich January 23, 1925 August 12, 1995 was an American pianist, composer, arranger, record producer, music director, and conductor. As a musician and arranger he worked with jazz musicians Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Kenton, Art Pepper, Buddy Rich, Ray Brown, Shorty Rogers, Pete Rugolo, and Mel Tormé. His long association with Tormé included one of the singer's earliest albums, Mel Tormé and the Marty Paich Dek-Tette. Over the next three decades he worked with pop singers such as. Marty Paich Quartet, Art Pepper Melancholy Madeline. Marty Paich Quartet Marty s Blues. Marty Paich, Art Pepper, Jesse Melvin Imagination. Marty Paich Band, Art Pepper Violets For Your Furs. Victor Feldman, Bill Perkins, Marty Paich, Jimmy Giuffre, Art Pepper If I Were a Bell. Marty Paich Quartet Pitfall. Marty Paich, Art Pepper, Jesse Melvin The Very Thought of You. Marty Paich, Art Pepper, Jesse Melvin I ll Buy You a Star. reissues a fairly obscure. Marty Paich Quartet, Vol. Your Rating. 25 Masterpieces - Marty Paich. It Don't Mean a Thing. Marty Paich Band, Victor Feldman, Art Pepper, Bill Perkins, Jack Sheldon, Bill Hood. Listen free to Marty Paich The Marty Paich Quartet With Art Pepper. Martin Louis Paich born January 23, 1925 in Oakland, California, died August 12, 1995 in Santa Ynez, California was a pianist, composer, arranger, producer, music director and conductor. read more. In a career which spanned half a century, he w read more. Marty Paich Quartet - Pittfall 03:38. Art Pepper feat. Marty Paich Quartet feat. Marty Paich Quartet - Over the Rainbow 02:20. Marty Paich Quartet - Sidewinder 02:23. Victor Feldman, Bobby Envoldsen, Bill Hood, Marty Paich Band, Bill Perkins, Art Pepper, Jack Sheldon - It Don't Mean a Thing 03:10. Marty Paich Quartet - All the Things You Are 03:23. Marty Paich Quartet - What's Right for You 03:13. Marty Paich Big Band - Moanin' 1959 - Moanin' 05. The Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper. Please retry. All eight tracks comprising this album were recorded in 1956 with Art backed by Marty Paich on piano, Buddy Clark on bass and Frank Capp on drums. I first came across Marty's work when he arranged half of one of my favorite Anita O'Day albums: Anita O'Day Sings The Winners. Moreover, Frank Capp was the drummer on some of Anita's Verve sessions and I liked his tasteful style