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Chet Baker & Art Pepper - Playboys (CD, Album)


1987
Label: Pacific Jazz Records - CP32-5351,Pacific Jazz Records - PJ-1234 (CD) • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz, Bop
Chet Baker & Art Pepper - Playboys (CD, Album)

This release contains the complete classic album "Playboys" by Chet Baker & Art Pepper, including both the originally released session and the previous date originally intended for this same project. Tracks 1 to 7 recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, November 20 & 21, Tracks 8 to 12 recorded at the Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, July 26 & 28, /5(2).

 · This release contains the complete classic album "Playboys" by Chet Baker & Art Pepper, including both the originally released session and the previous date originally intended for this same project. Tracks 1 to 7 recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, November 20 & 21, Tracks 8 to 14 recorded at the Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, July

These are the third sessions to feature the dynamic duo of Art Pepper (alto sax) and Chet Baker (trumpet). Their other two meetings had produced unequivocal successes. The first was during a brief July session at the Forum Theater in L.A. Baker joined forces with Pepper's sextet, ultimately netting material for the disc Route/5(64).

Exactly three months to the day later, Pepper and Baker reconvened to record tracks for the Chet Baker Big Band album. The quartet supporting Baker and Pepper on Playboys includes Curtis Counce (bass), Phil Urso (tenor sax), Carl Perkins (piano), and Larance Marable (drums)/5(64).

Originally issued as Pacific Jazz Chet Baker & Art Pepper - Playboys. Pacific Jazz MONO - EMI - Made in Japan. ¥3, 4 page booklet includes liner notes in English. An additional foldout insert includes liner notes in Count: 8.


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  1. Initially the pictured album was issued as an LP with a "sexy" cover and the title "Playboys," and only the names of Chet Baker and Art Pepper appearing on the cover. Hugh Hefner's estate refused to give the necessary permissions, and so the album never saw release. Instead it was issued in a CD format, as "A Picture of Heath," in the s/5(22).

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