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Neon Art Vol 2 (pink colored vinyl – with download)

LP (Item 630753) Omnivore, 1981 — Condition: New Copy
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Rare work from Art Pepper – and some of his best material from later years, too – all packaged in a really unique little set! The vinyl-only release brings together unreleased live gems from Pepper – all done with a great later group that features George Cables on piano, David Williams on bass, and Carl Burnett on drums – really cooking away here in material from a Japanese tour in 1981! Side one features the brilliant "Mambo Koyama" – a snakey groover with a bit of a Latin vibe – and wonderfully soulful work from both Pepper and Cables! "Over The Rainbow" is a great 14 minute take on the classic – performed at a level that really leaves Art lots of open room to solo in the middle, with a tone that's simply breathtaking! "Allen's Alley" completes the record – done here with a nice romping groove that draws a lot from the basslines from Williams. (A really nicely done release on Omnivore – on pink colored vinyl, with some circle punches in the sleeve to show it off – plus a download card.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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