Live at Fat Tuesday´s
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A NEWLY DISCOVERED LIVE CLUB DATE
AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ANY FORMAT
Art Pepper, one of the most prolific and gifted alto saxophonists in jazz, brought his quartet: Milcho Leviev, piano; George Mraz, bass; and Al Foster, drums, to Fat Tuesday’s, the number one jazz club in New York City in the early ‘80s, shortly before his untimely death of a brain hemorrhage in 1982. This recording is an excellent example of late-period Pepper, preserving an incredibly live atmosphere and with a sound balance reproducing all the four players to an acceptable standard. It acts as a solid reminder of the reasons for the altoist’s positive and lasting contribution, which is far and away more significant than the reputation he earned on the wrong side of the law.
ART PEPPER, alto sax
MILCHO LEVIEV, piano
GEORGE MRAZ, bass
AL FOSTER, drums
Recorded live at Fat Tuesday’s in New York on April 15, 1981.
CONTAINS A 40-PAGE BOOKLET
INCLUDES AN ART PEPPER INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN PRIESTLEY
02 What Is This Thing Called Love?
04 Make A List, Make A Wish
05 Red Car
TOTAL TIME: 70:43