Art Pepper - The Complete Art Pepper At Ronnie Scott's Club London June 1980 mp3 flac
Art Pepper: 4 cds: Two Nights Complete at Ronnie Scott's, London (recorded in 1980, not '81 as listed here in error) with Milcho Leviev, Tony Dumas, Carl.
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The Complete at Ronnie Scott's Club London - June 1980. This recording was made using multi-microphones in a straight stereo mix without any noise reduction system, limiting, compression or equalization on either the location or on the transfer of the master tapes to the laquers from which the final pressings are made. Mastered by Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London
The Complete Art Pepper at Ronnie Scott's 1980. Pure Pleasure Records PPAN012.
Musicians: The Art Pepper Quartet: Art Pepper, alto sax, clarinet Milcho Leviev, piano Tony Dumas, bass Carl Brunett, drums.
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club is a prominent jazz club which has operated in London since 1959. In 1978, the club established the label Ronnie Scott's Jazz House, which issued both live performances from the club and new recordings. Scott regularly acted as the club's Master of Ceremonies, and was (in)famous for his repertoire of jokes, asides and one-liners. The first release was an album by Scott's quintet Live albums recorded at Ronnie's. 1963–65: Live in London vols 1 & 2 – Tubby Hayes (taped by Les Tomkins at the Old Place). 1980: True Blues – The Milcho Leviev Quartet, featuring Art Pepper. 1983: Live at Ronnie Scott's – Weekend. 1984: Live at Ronnie Scott's – Nina Simone.
The Complete Art Pepper At Ronnie Scott's Club. Pure Pleasure PPAN012 7 180g LPs. Produced by: Peter Bould. Engineered by: Peter Bould, Peter Ball and Graham Ward. Alto sax bop legend Art Pepper (1925-1982) had accrued a lot of mileage but few OnePass points when he blew into London with his trio in June of 1980 to play a fortnight gig at the famous Ronnie Scott’s Club. The group consisted of the hard charging classically trained Bulgarian émigré Milcho Leviev on piano, Tony Dumas on bass and Carl Burnett on drums. The latter two had worked in a trio with pianist George Cables and so already played in lockstep.
MINT SEALED IMPORT 7LP Boxset Artist/Title: ART PEPPER The Complete Art Pepper At Ronnie Scott's Club, June 1980 7 x 33RPM 180g Vinyl Boxset. The London booking was a success from the very beginning. Word soon spread amongst the London jazz fraternity and arrangements were made to record the quartet before the Ronnie Scott's booking ended
7-LP + 16 page booklet set) Recorded in June 1980 at Ronnie Scott's in London Art Pepper on alto sax and clarinet, pianist Milcho Levieve, bassist Tony Dumas and drummer Carl Burnett. 25 tracks including Blanch the Cat, Arthur's Blues, What's New, Stardust, Red Car, in a Mellow Tone, Blues for the Fisherman. The original recording was made using multi-microphones in a straight stereo mix without any equalization or noise reduction and has been mastered without any also.
The Complete Art Pepper at Ronnie Scott's Club, London, June 1980, a 7-LP boxed set released by Pure Pleasure Records, is a total surprise and a sheer delight. Art Pepper, who died in 1982 at the age of 56, was not only one of the great alto saxophonists of his era but a self-transformer to boot. In the early 1950s, he routinely ranked No. 2 in Downbeat polls (beat only by Charlie Parker), then vanished in the '60s (locked up in various prisons on drug charges), only to emerge in the mid-'70s with a totally different sound.
Jazz Club Ronnie Scott's. Main Show Marquis Hill Blacktet Booking now closed, a few tickets still left on the door.
|27th June 1980 - 1st Set|
|A1||Blues For Blanch||9:52|
|B1||Make A List, Make A Wish||16:57|
|B2||Sad A Little Bit||7:22|
|27th June 1980 - 2nd Set|
|E2||Song For Richard||13:33|
|G2||I'll Remember April||12:51|
|28th June 1980 - 1st Set|
|I1||Make A List, Make A Wish||14:58|
|28th June 1980 - 2nd Set|
|L2||I'll Remember April||11:49|
|M2||In A Mellow Tone||6:08|
|N1||Blues For The Fisherman||13:11|
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- Recorded At – Ronnie Scott's
- Copyright (c) – Widow's Taste
- Licensed Through – Widow's Taste Straight Life
- Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Art Pepper
- Bass – Tony Dumas
- Drums – Carl Burnett
- Piano – Milcho Leviev
NotesThe Complete at Ronnie Scott's Club London - June 1980. Includes 17 performances that were previously unavailable along with ALL the tracks on the Mole Jazz Albums: Blues For The Fisherman and True Blues.
This recording was made using multi-microphones in a straight stereo mix without any noise reduction system, limiting, compression or equalization on either the location or on the transfer of the master tapes to the laquers from which the final pressings are made. Mastered by Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London.
Some of these recordings were first released on Mole Jazz but in the name of Milcho Leviev Quartet: The Milcho Leviev Quartet - True Blues and The Milcho Leviev Quartet - Blues For The Fisherman
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- Barcode: 5060149621011