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Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section HDTT15643

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Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section

Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section is a classic jazz album recorded by saxophonist Art Pepper in 1957. It's considered one of Pepper's finest works and a landmark album in jazz history. The "rhythm section" in the title refers to the musicians who accompanied Pepper during the recording sessions, including Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums. These were all prominent figures in the jazz world, particularly known for their work with Miles Davis.

Artist(s): Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper
Acoustic Bass – Paul Chambers
Drums – "Philly" Joe Jones
Piano – Red Garland
Recording Info:
Recorded January 19, 1957 at Contemporary Studios, Los Angeles.
Engineer – Roy DuNann
Sourced from a 15ips 2-track tape
Analog: Transferred using a modified Studer 810 tape deck feeding a Merrill Tape Preamp
Digital: Merging Hapi Analog to Digital Converter clocked by a Antelope Audio 10MX Atomic Clock
Power Conditioning: Shunyata Research Everest 8000 for all components
All components grounded to Shunyata ALTAIRA Hubs

1 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 5:26
2 Red Pepper Blues 3:38
3 Imagination 5:53
4 Waltz Me Blues 2:57
5 Straight Life 4:00
6 Jazz Me Blues 4:47
7 Tin Tin Deo 7:44
8 Star Eyes 5:13
9 Birks Works 4:19

Please Note: This release was mastered in DSD with no PCM. (Pure DSD)

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