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Art Pepper

Despite a remarkably colorful and difficult life, Art Pepper was quite consistent in the recording studios; virtually every recording he made is well worth owning. In the 1950s he was one of the few altoists (along with Lee Konitz and Paul Desmond) who was able to develop his own sound despite the dominant influence of Charlie Parker. During his last years, Pepper seemed to put all of his life's experiences into his music and he played with startling emotional intensity.

After a brief stint with Gus Arnheim, Pepper played with mostly black groups on Central Avenue in Los Angeles. He spent a little time in the Benny Carter and Stan Kenton orchestras before serving time in the military (1944-1946). Some of Pepper's happiest days were during his years with Stan Kenton (1947-1952), although he became a heroin addict during that period. The '50s found the altoist recording frequently both as a leader and a sideman, resulting in at least two classics (Plays Modern Jazz Classics and Meets the Rhythm Section), but he also served two jail sentences stemming from drug offenses in 1953 and 1956. Pepper was in top form during his Contemporary recordings of 1957-1960, but the first half of his career ended abruptly with long prison sentences that dominated the '60s. His occasional gigs between jail terms found him adopting a harder tone influenced by John Coltrane that disturbed some of his longtime followers. He recorded with Buddy Rich in 1968 before getting seriously ill and seeking rehabilitation at Synanon (1969-1971). Pepper began his serious comeback in 1975 and the unthinkable happened: Under the guidance and inspiration of his wife Laurie, Pepper not only recovered his former form, but topped himself with intense solos that were quite unique; he also enjoyed playing clarinet occasionally. His recordings for Contemporary and Galaxy rank with the greatest work of his career. Pepper's autobiography Straight Life (written with his wife) is a brutally honest book that details his sometimes horrifying life. Art Pepper died of a cerebral hemorrhage on June 15, 1982 at the age of 56. ~ Scott Yanow
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Art Pepper Presents "West Coast Sessions!" Volume 2 (Feat. Pete Jolly)

1. Strike Up The Band (Feat. Pete Jolly)

2. You Go To My Head (Feat. Pete Jolly)

3. I Surrender Dear (Feat. Pete Jolly)

4. Y.I. Blues (Feat. Pete Jolly)

5. Night And Day (Feat. Pete Jolly)

6. Everything Happens To Me (Feat. Pete Jolly)

7. Out Of Nowhere (Feat. Pete Jolly)

8. Y.I. Blues (Feat. Pete Jolly) (Alternate Take)

9. Y.I. Blues (Feat. Pete Jolly) (Take 3)

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Track List: Neon Art: Volume Three

1. Make A List (Make A Wish) (Recorded At Shakai Kyoiku Center, Tottori, Japan, November 13, 1981)

2. Everything Happens To Me (Recorded At Kinrokaikan Hall, Nogoya, Japan, November 14, 1981)

3. Arthur's Blues (Recorded At Koseinenkin Hall, Sapporo, Japan, November 19, 1981)

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Track List: Art Pepper: Unreleased Art, Vol. VIII (Live At The Winery)

1. Caravan (Live)

2. Talk: Band Intros (Live)

3. Ophelia (Live)

4. Here's That Rainy Day (Live)

5. Talk: About Smith Dobson / What Laurie Likes (Intro) (Live)

6. What Laurie Likes (Live)

7. Straight Life (Live)

8. Saratoga Blues (Live)

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Track List: Live In Japan

Disc 1

1. Ophelia (Live)

2. Besame Mucho (Live)

3. My Laurie (Live)

Disc 2

1. Caravan (Live)

2. The Trip (Live)

3. The Summer Knows (Summer Of '42) (Live)

4. Red Car (Live)

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Track List: Cinnamon

1. Chili Pepper

2. Surf Ride

3. Cinnamon

4. Nutmeg

5. Susie The Poodle

6. Holiday Flight

7. Straight Life

8. Thyme Time

9. Art's Oregano

10. Brown Gold

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Track List: Essential Standards

1. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

2. Come Rain Or Come Shine

3. Move

4. Nature Boy

5. All The Things You Are

6. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)

7. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

8. Here's That Rainy Day

9. Imagination

10. Over The Rainbow

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Track List: Jazz Six Pack

1. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

2. Come Rain Or Come Shine

3. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

6. Donna Lee (Original Take)

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Track List: Surf Ride

1. Tickle Toe

2. Chili Pepper

3. Susie The Poodle

4. Brown Gold

5. Holiday Flight

6. Surf Ride

7. Straight Life

8. Cinnamon

9. Thyme Time

10. The Way You Look Tonight

11. Nutmeg

12. Art's Oregano

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Track List: Savoy Jazz Super - EP

1. Chili Pepper

2. Brown Gold

3. Surf Ride

4. Cinnamon

5. Nutmeg

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Track List: The Ultimate Jazz Archive 29 (1 Of 4)

1. The Count On Rush Street

2. Pooch Mcgooch

3. Brown Gold

4. Holiday Flight

5. Surf Ride (2007 Release)

6. Tickle Toe (2007)

7. Chili Pepper

8. Susie The Poodle

9. Straight Life (2007)

10. Cinnamon

11. Thyme Time

12. The Way You Look Tonight (2007 Release)

13. Nutmeg

14. Art's Oregano

15. Over The Rainbow

16. Popo

17. Didi

18. Sam And The Lady

19. Apropos

20. Art Pepper

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Track List: The Best Of Art Pepper

1. Smack Up

2. Tin Tin Deo

3. Move

4. Too Close For Comfort

5. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

6. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise

7. Bernie's Tune

8. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

9. Gettin' Together

10. Mambo Koyama

12. Our Song

13. Over The Rainbow

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Track List: Timeless Art Pepper

1. The Way You Look Tonight (Original Issue)

2. Nutmeg (Original Issue)

3. What's New (Original Issue) (2010)

4. Surf Ride (2010)

5. These Foolish Things (2010)

6. Chili Pepper (Original Issue) (2010)

7. Tickle Toe (2010)

8. Everything Happens To Me (2010)

9. Suzy The Poodle (Original Issue)

10. Thyme Time (Original Issue)

11. Straight Life (2010)

12. Deep Purple

13. Cinnamon

14. Art's Oregano

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Track List: The Art Of The Ballad

2. Body And Soul

5. 'Round Midnight

6. Imagination

7. Over The Rainbow

8. Why Are We Afraid?

9. All The Things You Are

10. Come Rain Or Come Shine

11. You Go To My Head

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Track List: The Complete Galaxy Recordings

Disc 1

1. Miss Who?

2. Mambo Koyama

3. Lover, Come Back To Me

4. Patricia

5. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)

6. Chris's Blues

7. Over The Rainbow

8. Yardbird Suite

9. I Love You

10. Pepper Pot

11. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) (Alternate Take)

Disc 2

1. Over The Rainbow (Take 2)

2. Straight, No Chaser (Alternate Take)

3. Straight, No Chaser

4. Yesterdays

5. A Night In Tunisia

6. A Night In Tunisia (Alternate A)

7. Diane

8. My Friend John

Disc 3

1. Duo Blues

2. Blues For Blanche (Alternate A)

3. Landscape

4. Stardust

5. Donna Lee

6. Donne Lee (Alternate A)

7. Blues For Blanche (Alternate B)

8. Blues For Blanche

9. So In Love

Disc 4

1. Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?)

2. Body And Soul

3. You Go To My Head

4. Tin Tin Deo (Galaxy Version)

5. Stardust (Alternate A)

6. Anthropology (Galaxy Version)

7. In A Mellow Tone

8. Desafinado

9. My Friend John (Alternate A)

10. My Friend John (Alternate B)

Disc 5

1. True Blues

2. Avalon

3. The Trip

4. Landscape (Alternate A)

5. Sometime

6. Mambo De La Pinta

7. Red Car

Disc 6

1. Over The Rainbow (Alternate A)

2. Mambo Koyama (Alternate A)

3. Straight Life (Feat. Johnny Mandel)

4. Besame Mucho

5. True Blues (Alternate Take)

6. Avalon (Alternate Take)

7. The Shadow Of Your Smile

Disc 7

1. Landscape (Alternate B)

2. Sometime (Alternate Take)

3. Mambo De La Pinta (Alternate Take)

4. Red Car (Alternate Take)

5. Over The Rainbow (Alternate B)

6. Mambo Koyama (Alternate B)

7. Straight Life (Alternate A)

Disc 8

1. Besame Mucho (Alternate Take)

2. But Beautiful

3. When You're Smiling (Galaxy Version)

4. Surf Ride (Galaxy Version)

5. Nature Boy

6. Straight Life (Alternate B)

7. September Song

8. Make A List

9. Long Ago And Far Away

Disc 9

1. Nature Boy (Alternate Take)

2. Our Song (Remastered)

3. Here's That Rainy Day (Remastered)

4. That's Love (Remastered)

5. Winter Moon (Remastered)

6. When The Sun Comes Out (Remastered)

7. Blues In The Night (Remastered)

8. The Prisoner (Remastered)

9. Ol' Man River (Remastered)

10. Here's That Rainy Day

Disc 10

1. Winter Moon (Galaxy Version)

2. When The Sun Comes Out (Galaxy Version)

3. Our Song (Alternate - Remastered)

4. The Prisoner (Alternate - Remastered)

5. Mr. Big Falls His J.G. Hand

6. Close To You Alone

7. There Will Never Be Another You

8. Melolev

9. Goodbye, Again!

10. Brazil

11. There Will Never Be Another You (Alternate Take)

12. Melolev (Alternate Take)

Disc 11

1. Goodbye, Again! (Alternate Take)

2. Donna Lee (Alternate B)

3. What's New? (Galaxy Version)

4. Landscape (Alternate C)

5. Valse Triste

6. Thank You Blues (Aka For Freddie)

Disc 12

1. Road Waltz (Galaxy Version)

2. For Freddie

3. But Beautiful (Alternate A)

4. Mambo Koyama (Alternate C)

5. Landscape (Alternate D)

Disc 13

1. Roadgame (Alternate Take)

2. Mambo Koyama (Alternate D)

3. Everything Happens To Me (Galaxy Version)

4. Wee (Aka Allen's Alley)

5. Road Waltz (Alternate Take)

Disc 14

1. Samba Mom Mom

2. When You're Smiling (Alternate Take)

3. But Beautiful (Alternate B)

4. Roadgame (Galaxy Version)

5. For Freddie (Alternate Take)

6. Arthur's Blues

Disc 15

1. Over The Rainbow

2. Tete-A-Tete

3. Darn That Dream

4. Body And Soul

5. The Way You Look Tonight

6. 'Round Midnight

7. A Night In Tunisia (Alternate B)

8. Samba Mom Mom (Alternate Take)

9. Last Thing Blues

10. Over The Rainbow (Alternate D)

11. Body And Soul (Alternate Take)

Disc 16

1. Goin' Home

2. Samba Mom Mom

3. In A Mellow Tone

4. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'

5. Isn't She Lovely

6. Billie's Bounce

7. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)

8. The Sweetest Sounds

9. You Go To My Head

10. You Go To My Head (Alternate B)

11. Stardust (Alternate B)

12. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' (Alternate A)

13. Darn That Dream

14. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying (Alternate B)

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Track List: Modern Art

1. Blues In

2. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered

3. Stompin' At The Savoy

4. What Is This Thing Called Love?

5. Blues Out

6. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)

7. Cool Bunny

8. Diane's Dilemma

9. Diane's Dilemma (Alternate Take)

10. Summertime

11. Fascinatin' Rhythm (Alternate Take)

12. Begin The Beguine (Alternate Take)

13. Webb City (Alternate Take)

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Track List: The Return Of Art Pepper

1. Pepper Returns

2. Broadway

3. You Go To My Head

4. Angel Wings

5. Funny Blues

6. Five More

7. Minority

8. Patricia

9. Mambo De La Pinta

10. Walkin' Out Blues

11. Pepper Steak

12. You're Driving Me Crazy

13. Tenor Blooz

14. Yardbird Suite

15. Straight Life (1988)

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Track List: Roadgame

1. Roadgame

2. Road Waltz

3. When You're Smiling

4. Everything Happens To Me

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Track List: Winter Moon

1. Our Song

2. Here's That Rainy Day

3. That's Love

4. Winter Moon

5. When The Sun Comes Out

6. Blues In The Night

7. The Prisoner (Love Theme From ''The Eyes Of Laura Mars'')

8. Our Song (Alternate Version)

9. The Prisoner (Alternate Version)

10. Ol' Man River

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Track List: ...The Way It Was!

1. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

2. All The Things You Are

3. What's New

4. Tickle Toe

5. The Man I Love

6. Autumn Leaves

7. The Way You Look Tonight

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Track List: Tears Inside

1. Maybe Next Year

2. Las Cuevas De Mario

3. Tears Inside

4. A Bit Of Basie

5. Smack Up

6. How Can You Lose?

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Track List: These Foolish Things

1. Everything Happens To Me

2. These Foolish Things

3. Watkins Production

4. Redd's Head

5. What's New?

6. Deep Purple

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Track List: Whims Of Chambers

1. Whims Of Chambers

2. Bijou The Poodle

3. Why Are We Afraid?

4. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise

5. Rhythm-A-Ning

6. Diane

7. Gettin' Together

8. The Way You Look Tonight

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Track List: I Wished On The Moon

1. I Love You

2. Come Rain Or Come Shine

3. Gone With The Wind

4. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

5. Long Ago (And Far Away)

6. Five Points

7. Too Close For Comfort

8. I Wished On The Moon

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Track List: Art Pepper + Eleven

1. Move

2. Groovin' High

3. Opus De Funk

4. 'Round Midnight

5. Four Brothers

6. Shaw Nuff

7. Bernie's Tune

8. Walkin' Shoes

9. Anthropology

10. Airegin

11. Walkin' (Original Take)

12. Walkin' (Alternate Take 1)

13. Walkin' (Alternate Take 2)

14. Donna Lee (Original Take)

15. Donna Lee (Alternate Take)

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Track List: Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section

1. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

2. Red Pepper Blues

3. Imagination

4. Waltz Me Blues

5. Straight LIfe

6. Jazz Me Blues

7. Tin Tin Deo

8. Star Eyes

9. Birks Works

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Track List: Pepper Manne

1. Pepper Pot

2. Besame Mucho

3. Diane

4. I Surrender Dear

5. Move

6. Sometimes I'm Happy

7. Fascination

8. Caravan

9. Rhumba By Candlelight

10. Magitos

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I like his music
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if he'd only had medical treatment instead of jail!
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So, so very glad he survived WWII and came back to be a pillar of modern culture. You're beautiful Art, miss you so much!
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Great, incredible sax solos, colorful life. Too short
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Hug with your hand
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Michael A. Missiras, Ph.D.
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Art Pepper, like Chet Baker, went beyond the "west coast" style and played some very hard swinging "east coast" style of playing. Unfortunatel y , Art Pepper didn't get the breaks in life that Chet Baker did.
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Sounds like they performed yesterday... . v i r t u o s i t y unlimited!
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Ticket toe j r montrose and pepper great album
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God,,,bless, , him, I had,,demons, t o o , , l o v e , , u,,brother
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Best musician, ever, Paul Desmond.
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Read "Straight Life". One heck of a bio.
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His sound is so unique and passion
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From the look in his eye and the sound coming from his horn you knew Art knew what it was all about.
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I had the great good fortune to hear this phenomenal Alto Genius on several occasions - With Kenton, in a small group with Shorty once or twice in a club near Griffith Park and a couple times down on Central
Avenue - I also met him at Synanon as I signed in a fallen relative who fortunately recovered - His sound continues to9 be definitive and without a doubt (In my opinion) Had the greatest sound of any Alto Man - Not to say I don't enjoy Coltrane or Bird - Miss them all
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@degimom2 (and Brian). I second Brian's comment. I live in LA (Sherman Oaks) and am sad I missed a lot of that jazz scene.

I manage to get up to Vibrato and a Vitello's fairly often, but wish there was a stronger scene here.
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@degimom2. great story. So, that would make you around 76yrs old, and an active pandora user. Awesome! rock on!
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I went to hear Art Pepper in LA in the late fifties. He was not present and we waited to see what was going on. He came through the front door of the club, looked around and then left. I don't remember where it was, but it was a rundown place and the disappointed crowd talked about his being pretty strung out and that he missed gigs. It was a scary understandab l e circumstance , his problems were shared by many of his fans at this point of his life. Those small bars were the darkside of LA Jazz.
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Correction. I found the cassette (Laurie's Choice) in a bargain bin (sad but true) in the early 90's. Again, according to the liner notes, it was recorded by Laurie during some of his last tours. In light of jphn9889's comments, I looked at some discogaphies from various websites, and Laurie's Choice was not mentioned (interesting ) . I agree, Bird would be on most favorite alto's list
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These last two commdents are strange. Hearing live Art Pepper from the late 80s and early 90s would be interesting, What was he playing, a harp? Anybody listing favorite altos and leaving Bird off the list. Well, I guess tastes can vary, but still . . .
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Laurie may have been the best thing that ever came into his troubled life. That said, he, Stitt, and Phil Woods remain my favorite altoists.
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I found a cassette tape of Art Pepper (Laurie's Choice). According to the liner notes, Laurie took a Yamaha digital recorder on some of his last tours and recorded directly from the mixer.It was from live performances in the late 80's & early 90's. It's definitely worth a listen
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Terry Castle wrote a funny nd touching essay about her fascination with Art Pepper. It is included in the book The Professor and Other Writings. A very good read.
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A great sound from a troubled man.
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i can always identify his sound....and yes it is true that he developed that sound despite the influences of his time on that instrument.
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I had a chance to hang with Art while he played in denver during the 1980,s What a remarkable man he was. I miss him to this day. I hope Laurie is doing well.
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as one of his album titles states:
Art Lives

gone but not forgotten
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Art is my favorite.... m y dad, Roy duNann, was Art's sound engineer at Contemporary . I was fortunate to watch Art record his greatest hits. My dad is now 91 and living in Woodinville, Wa. We miss Art.
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Art was the GREATEST! He studied, emulated, worked and arranged with the best of them. There has never been an equal, and considering the difficult life he lead, makes him even more amazing. He may be gone, but his style and music will live on.
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Art was the man. There will never another Art Pepper. It's amazing how much he acomplished while fighting off the demons. Read his book "Straight Life". You can buy it and it comes with a CD.
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Absolutely amazing!
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Hes the greatest!
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great music, there's not really much else to say
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It is hard to listen to art play and say I can do the same with practice. either you have it or don't. And I just don't have it. I stopped fooling myself years ago.
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There's not much that I can say about Art Pepper and his legacy, above and beyond what has already been recorded and written. He was one of the great modern jazz interpreters . It's really amazing that this man could be so accomplished and gifted, and lead such a tough life. I guess it's possible when you're a genius.
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Phenommenal! ! !

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