Recorded live at Pep’s Lounge (aka: Pep’s Musical Bar, 516 South Broad Street), Philadelphia, PA, on June 29, 1964. Original recording Producer: Bob Thiele Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder. Reissue Producer, Liner Notes - Michael Cuscuna Remastered by Erick Labson at MCA Music Media Studios, using 20-Bit super mappimg.
Yusef Lateef - Live At Pep's (1964). Songs in album Yusef Lateef - Live At Pep's (1964).
Songs in album Yusef Lateef - Live At Pep's, Vo. (1964). Yusef Lateef's Little Symphony. Yusef Lateef Plays For Lovers. 11/30/2017 no scores yet. Yusef Lateef. Yusef Lateef With Donald Byrd.
Yusef Abdul Lateef (born William Emanuel Huddleston; October 9, 1920 – December 23, 2013) was an American jazz t, composer, and prominent figure among the Ahmadiyya Community in America. Although Lateef's main instruments were the tenor saxophone and flute, he also played oboe and bassoon, both rare in jazz, and also used a number of non-western instruments such as the bamboo flute, shanai, shofar, xun, arghul and koto
On "Sister Mamie" and "Number 7," and drummer James Black's "The Magnolia Triangle," Lateef moves away from strict jazz, although he retained his improvisational flair. Lateef played meaty tenor sax solos and entrancing flute and bamboo flute offerings, and also had impressive stints on oboe, shenai, and argol. This was a pivotal date in his career, and those unaware of it will get a treat with this disc.
Yusef Lateef - FANA Music. We hope you'll Keep on Steppin' and take advantage of this opportunity to explore more of Dr. Lateef's works. The sale is on now and lasts until June 15th
Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans, Yusef Lateef, Nat Adderley, Joe Zawinul, Bobby Timmons. The Three Faces Of Yusef. Cannonball Adderley, Yusef Lateef, Wynton Kelly, Sam Jones, Charlie Rouse, Jimmy Heath. 2016 Remastered 2016. My Most Favourite Jazz Album.