Adams, Pepper

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Adams, Pepper - Adams Effect Adams Effect
Jazz New - LP UP 27.31 Uptown
Sealed 1988 Original Featuring The Fantastic Lineup Of Frank Foster, Tommy Flanagan, Ron Carter & Billy Hart. Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. “Baritonist Pepper Adams' Final Album As A Leader (He Died 14 Months Later) Matches Him With Tenor Saxophonist Frank Foster, Pianist Tommy Flanagan, Bassist Ron Carter And Drummer Billy Hart For Five Of His Straight-Ahead If Occasionally Complex Originals Plus Foster's "How I Spent The Night." Adams Still Sounded In Prime Form At The Time And, Even If None Of His Tunes Became Standards, They Served As Strong And Diverse Vehicles For The Musicians' Improvisations. A Fine Effort By A Classic Baritone Saxophonist.” Scott Yanow, AMG. Left Bottom Corner Bump, Hence Price.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Urban Dreams Urban Dreams
Jazz Used - LP PA 8009 Palo Alto
1981 Original Recorded By Rudy Van Gelder. Features The One-And-Only Jimmy Rowles On Piano, George Mraz, Bass And Billy Hart, Drums. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Julian Julian
Jazz New - LP IC 3014 Inner City
Sealed 1975 Original, Small Cut Corner. Recorded Live At The Domicile, Munich.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Critics' Choice Critics' Choice
Jazz Used - LP GXF 3137 Pacific Jazz
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Critic's Choice Critic's Choice
Jazz New - LP PJ 0407 Pacific Jazz
Sealed Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - 10 To 4 At The 5 Spot 10 To 4 At The 5 Spot
Jazz New - LP SMJ 6129 Riverside
New, Unplayed 1976 Japanese Stereo Reissue With Obi. Recorded In 1958.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Live In Europe Live In Europe
Jazz Used - LP SR 115 Impro
1977 Original. Adams, Baritone Saxophone; Georges Arvanitas, Piano; Jacky Samson, Bass; Charles Saudrais, Drums. Recorded Live In Bordeaux. Tunes Are: "Bossa Nouveau," "Ephemera," "Min And Maj Blues" And "Body And Soul." Excellent Sound. Shrink Wrap Intact. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - 10 To 4 At The 5 Spot 10 To 4 At The 5 Spot
Jazz Used - LP 12-265 Riverside
Beautiful 1958 Deep Groove Blue & Silver Label With The Reel And Mike Logo Housed In A Heavy-Duty, Laminated Jacket. Pepper Adams, Baritone Sax; Donald Byrd, Trumpet; Bobby Timmons, Piano; Doug Watkins, Bass; Elvin Jones, Drums. The Current 45rpm Two Disc Sets Of Jazz Reissues From The 50s Sound Pretty Darn Good Until You Spin One Of These Original Puppies That Were Pressed From A Fresh Master Tape Over 5o Years Ago. The "Wow Factor" Hits You Immediately.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Pure Pepper Pure Pepper
Jazz New - LP SJL 1142 Savoy
Sealed 1984 Reissue Of The 1957 Rudy Van Gelder Recording. Originally Issued On Savoy 12211 And Regent 6066 With A Previously Unissued Alternate Take Of "Seein' Red."... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - 10 To 4 At The 5-Spot 10 To 4 At The 5-Spot
Jazz New - LP OJC 031 Riverside
Sealed, Out Of Print OJC Mono Reissue Of Riverside 12-265.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Critic's Choice Critic's Choice
Jazz Used - LP PJ 0407 World Pacific
Beautiful Japanese Mono Pressing With Obi. Recorded In 1957.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Pepper Adams Plays The Compositions Of Charles Mingus Pepper Adams Plays The Compositions Of Charles Mingus
Jazz Audiophile - LP JW 018 Jazz Workshop
Sealed, Out Of Print 2010 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue Of Jazz Workshop WSJS 219. Limited To 500 Copies Worldwide. “Pepper Adams' Plays Charlie Mingus Is A Watershed Album In Adams' Long Career. For Starters, Mingus Himself Had A Hand In The Selection Of Material For The Dates, Along With Adams And Vibist Teddy Charles. Next, The Two Dates Here, September 9 And 12, 1963, Were Recorded With Two Different Bands. Most Of The Material Was Taped On The Earlier Date With An Octet Comprised Of Adams, Mingus' Own Drummer, Danny Richmond, Bassist Paul Chambers, And Thad Jones On Trumpet And His Brother Hank On Piano. The Latter Date Added Charles Mcpherson On Alto, Zoot Sims On Tenor, Bennie Powell On Trombone, And Had Bob Cranshaw Replacing Chambers On Bass. Adams' Read Of "Fables Of Faubus," By The Quintet With Its Loping, Rather Than Careening, Pace, Was Arranged By Thad Jones Approved By The Composer. Historically, It Is Also The First Recording Of The Work Without Vocals. "Incarnation," Also By The Quintet, Was Arranged By Adams. Hank Jones Leads The Band In The Piece's Difficult Rhythmic And Harmonic Structures, And He Edges Adams And Thad Jones On In The Front Line; Pepper's Solo And Fills Are Among The Most Moving And Knotty Of His Career. Of The Octet Session, "Haitian Fight Song" Is As Furious As The Composer's, As Cranshaw's Bass Drives The Band Inexhaustibly Into The Spirit Of Righteous Indignation And Rage At Its Heart. On "Better Git It In Your Soul," Sims And Powell's Solos Are Full Of Gut-Bucket Funk And Stride The R&B Line With Aplomb And Plenty Of Grease. This Is One Of Those Must-Own Recordings For Fans Of Adams; But It Is Also For Those Who Revere Mingus' Work, Because, As Radical As Some Of These Interpretations Are, They Were Not Only Sanctioned By, But Delighted In By The Composer.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - The Master The Master
Jazz Used - LP MR 5213 Muse
Rare 1980 White Label Promo Still In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears Unplayed. Pepper Adams Had A Demonstrably Heavier Tone On The Baritone Sax Compared To The Better-Known Gerry Mulligan And Had Much Fewer Opportunities To Record As A Leader, Though He Obviously Ranks Among The Most Important Players On The Instrument. This 1980 Studio Date With Tommy Flanagan, George Mraz, And Leroy Williams Is A Stimulating Outing, Dominated By The Leader's Originals. "Bossaallegro" Is A Breezy Bossa Nova, While The Bittersweet Ballad "Lovers Of Their Time" Suggests The Influence Of Billy Strayhorn, Who Is Represented With A Mellow, Loping Arrangement Of "Chelsea Bridge." A Romp Through "My Shining Hour" Closes The Date With A Flourish. First Copy We Have Seen In Over Ten Years.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Pepper Adams Plays The Compositions Of Charles Mingus Pepper Adams Plays The Compositions Of Charles Mingus
Jazz Audiophile - LP JW 018 Jazz Workshop
Limited Edition 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue Of Jazz Workshop WSJS 219 Still In Shrink Wrap. Limited To 500 Copies Worldwide. Vinyl Appears Glossy. “Pepper Adams' Plays Charlie Mingus Is A Watershed Album In Adams' Long Career. For Starters, Mingus Himself Had A Hand In The Selection Of Material For The Dates, Along With Adams And Vibist Teddy Charles. Next, The Two Dates Here, September 9 And 12, 1963, Were Recorded With Two Different Bands. Most Of The Material Was Taped On The Earlier Date With An Octet Comprised Of Adams, Mingus' Own Drummer, Danny Richmond, Bassist Paul Chambers, And Thad Jones On Trumpet And His Brother Hank On Piano. The Latter Date Added Charles Mcpherson On Alto, Zoot Sims On Tenor, Bennie Powell On Trombone, And Had Bob Cranshaw Replacing Chambers On Bass. Adams' Read Of "Fables Of Faubus," By The Quintet With Its Loping, Rather Than Careening, Pace, Was Arranged By Thad Jones Approved By The Composer. Historically, It Is Also The First Recording Of The Work Without Vocals. "Incarnation," Also By The Quintet, Was Arranged By Adams. Hank Jones Leads The Band In The Piece's Difficult Rhythmic And Harmonic Structures, And He Edges Adams And Thad Jones On In The Front Line; Pepper's Solo And Fills Are Among The Most Moving And Knotty Of His Career. Of The Octet Session, "Haitian Fight Song" Is As Furious As The Composer's, As Cranshaw's Bass Drives The Band Inexhaustibly Into The Spirit Of Righteous Indignation And Rage At Its Heart. On "Better Git It In Your Soul," Sims And Powell's Solos Are Full Of Gut-Bucket Funk And Stride The R&B Line With Aplomb And Plenty Of Grease. This Is One Of Those Must-Own Recordings For Fans Of Adams; But It Is Also For Those Who Revere Mingus' Work, Because, As Radical As Some Of These Interpretations Are, They Were Not Only Sanctioned By, But Delighted In By The Composer.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Live At Fat Tuesday's Live At Fat Tuesday's
Jazz New - LP UP 27.16 Uptown
Sealed 1984 Original Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Features Hank Jones, Kenny Wheeler, Clint Houston And Louis Hayes.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Encounter! Encounter!
Jazz New - LP PR 7677 Prestige
Sealed, Long Out Of Print Export Only Stereo Reissue. Features Zoot Sims, Tommy Flanagan, Ron Carter And Elvin Jones Accompanying The Great Pepper Adams. Recorded By Tommy Nola In 1969.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Julian Julian
Jazz Used - LP IC 3014 Inner City
1975 Original, Small Cut Corner. Recorded Live At The Domicile, Munich. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Adams, Pepper - Reflectory Reflectory
Jazz Used - LP MR 5182 Muse
Beautiful 1978 Original Featuring Billy Hart, Roland Hanna And George Mraz. Pepper Cooks!... more details
 

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