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The Art Pepper Quartet (black vinyl)

Art Pepper The Art Pepper Quartet (black Vinyl) Clear Colored Record Store Day Exclusive
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Recorded in late 1956 and released in early 1957, the same year as the landmark Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section, The Art Pepper Quartet (Art Pepper: saxophone; Russ Freeman: piano; Ben Tucker: bass; Gary Fromer: drums) is back on vinyl for Record Store Day 2017.

 

Mastered from the original mono tapes by Kevin Gray, this is not only a reissue for the (multi-generational) ages, it’s the album’s fi rst appearance on vinyl in far too long. Now on clear wax, reproducing the original art and liner notes on an era-correct “tip-on” jacket, the project was overseen by Art’s widow, Laurie Pepper, and Grammy®-Award winning producer, Cheryl Pawelski.

 

To make this pressing even more special and unique, the alternate take of “Blues At Twilight” has been included as a bonus track.

 

A gem on all fronts—this is how Jazz should be experienced. All analog chain from tape to vinyl, with beautiful packaging. Ladies and Gentlemen, The Art Pepper Quartet.

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