Cecil Payne, Pepper Adams - Modern Jazz Survey 2 / Baritones And French Horns album download
1957 studio album by Pepper Adams/Cecil Payne/Julius Watkins/Dave Amram. Modern Jazz Survey – Baritones And French Horns. Studio album by. Pepper Adams/Cecil Payne/Julius Watkins/Dave Amram. Baritones and French Horns is a 16 2⁄3 rpm album released in 1957 on Prestige Records. Each side of the album was a distinct date with distinct personnel.
Modern Jazz Survey – Baritones And French Horns. Curtis Fuller and Hampton Hawes with French Horns is an album by trombonist Curtis Fuller with pianist Hampton Hawes recorded in 1957 and originally released as one half of a 16rpm record Baritones and French Horns but later re-released on the Status label, a subsidiary of Prestige Records in 1964.
Jazz baritone saxophonist, born 8 October 1930, who worked with prominent artists such as Benny Goodman, Charles Mingus, Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, and Donald Byrd. He died of lung cancer on 10 September 1986. Pepper Adams, Cecil Payne, Julius Watkins, Dave Amram - Modern Jazz Survey 2, Baritones & French Horns (LP, Mono).
PRES 16-6 Pepper Adams, Cecil Payne, Julius Watkins, Dave Amram - Modern Jazz Survey 2, Baritones & French Horns. Prestige Records Discography Project. List of albums/singles by catalogue number: Prestige Records Catalog: 7000 series - album index. Prestige Records Catalog: 7100 series - album index. Prestige Records Catalog: 7200 series - album index. Prestige Records Catalog: 7300 series - album index. Prestige Records Catalog: EP Prestige 1300, New Jazz 1700 series - album index. Prestige Records Catalog: 45 rpm 100/200 series - single index. Prestige Records Catalog: 45 rpm 300/400 series - single index.
Baritones and French Horns (1957). Pepper Adams Quintet (1957). Critics' Choice (1958). Pepper Adams 5 cover . His mastery of the middle and lower registers and technical acumen enabled him to play the physically cumbersome baritone with a speed, facility, and style usually restricted to smaller horns
Baritones and French Horns is a 16 rpm album released in 1957 on Prestige Records. The baritone side of this album was reissued twice on LP and twice more on CD under John Coltrane's name, though Pepper Adams was the actual leader on these sessions. The "french horns" side of the album was reissued as Prestige ST 8305, Curtis Fuller and Hampton Hawes with French Horns. Dakar" (Teddy Charles) - 7:09. Mary's Blues" (Pepper Adams) - 6:47.
Pepper Adams performing at the Grande Parade du Jazz in Nice, France, July 7, 1978 (photo by John McCrady). Background information. Pepper Adams was in many ways the antithesis of contemporary baritone players Gerry Mulligan and Serge Chaloff, who favored melodic cool jazz. In contrast, Adams managed to bring the cumbersome baritone into the blisteringly fast speeds of hard bop like no others had before. Gary Carner, Adams's biographer, described his style as having "very long, tumbling, double-time melodic lines. Baritones and French Horns (Prestige, 1957). Double Cross (Atlantic, 1968).