Art Pepper: Alto Saxophone (2, 4, 5) Tenor Saxophone (1, 3) Harold Land: Tenor Saxophone (6-10) Blue Mitchell: Trumpet (1, 3-4, 6-10) Flugelhorn (2, 5) Dolo Coker: Piano Leroy Vinnegar, Bass Frank Butler, Drums. Synergy SRCD 55304 (EU). 1-5: Recorded in Los Angeles, December 27, 1976. 6-10: Recorded in Los Angeles, December 26, 1976
Art Pepper (as,ts),Blue Mitchell (tp,flh),Dolo Coker (p),Leroy Vinnegar (b),Frank Butler (ds) Album：" Art Pepper & Blue Mitchell, The Dolo Coker Sessions " Recorded：Los Angeles,December 27,1976. Dexter Gordon (ts), Richard Boone (tb), Martin Banks (tp), Charles "Dolo" Coker (p), Charles Green (b), Larance Marable (ds) Album：" The Resurgence Of Dexter Gordon " Recorded：Los Angeles,. Stéphane Crytes Trio - Synthèse (DSM Records, 1997) Charles Dolo Coker Stéphane Crytes: drums Dany Roy: tenor saxophone Norman Lachapelle: bass.
Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper (tracks: 2, 4, 5) Bass – Leroy Vinnegar Drums – Frank Butler Flugelhorn – Blue Mitchell (tracks: 2, 5) Liner Notes – Will Rosen Piano – Dolo Coker Tenor Saxophone – Art Pepper (tracks: 1, 3), Harold Land (tracks: 6 to 10) Trumpet – Blue Mitchell (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 10). Скачивание доступно после регистрации!! Приватный: Да (DHT отключён). Размер: 48. 6 Мб (503,898,576 байт) файлов: 13. Участники
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Arthur Edward Pepper Jr. (September 1, 1925 – June 15, 1982) was an American alto saxophonist and very occasional tenor saxophonist and clarinetist. A longtime figure in West Coast jazz, Pepper came to prominence in Stan Kenton's big band. He was known for his emotionally charged performances and several stylistic shifts throughout his career, and was described by critic Scott Yanow as "the world's great altoist" at the time of his death.
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Tenor Saxophone – Art Pepper. Trumpet – Blue Mitchell. California Hard (LP, Album).
Blue Mitchell, Art Pepper. Charles Mitchell "Dolo" Coker was born in Hartford, Connecticut on November 16, 1927, raised in both Philadelphia and Florence, South Carolina. The first musical instruments Coker played in childhood were the C-melody and alto saxophones, learning them at a school in Camden, South Carolina. By the age of thirteen he was starting to play piano. Coker moved to Philadelphia, where he studied piano at the Landis School of Music and at Orenstein's Conservatory. Coker did not record his own album as a leader until 1976, when he recorded his debut Dolo! with Blue Mitchell, Harold Land, Leroy Vinnegar and Frank Butler. That following day he recorded California Hard for Xanadu Records, with Art Pepper replacing Harold Land on sax. Following California Hard were Third Down and All Alone.
California Hard was pianist Dolo Coker's response to the notion that West Coast jazz musicians only played cool jazz. Featuring an all-star group with the iconic Art Pepper, in a rare sideman appearance, on alto and tenor saxophone, trumpeter Blue Mitchell, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Frank Butler . Dolo Cokers album swings like crazy with great tunes and top of his game Art Pepper. Blue Mitchell is equally fiery and creative. Overall a stunning album.
Coker did not record his own album as a leader until 1976, when he recorded his debut Dolo! with Blue Mitchell, Harold Land, Leroy Vinnegar and Frank Butler. He continued to work as a sideman for other artists until he died of cancer at the age of fifty-five on April 13, 1983.