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San Francisco Samba: Live at Keystone Korner Import


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1. Blue Bossa
2. Art Meets Mr. Beautiful
3. Here's That Rainy Day
4. Samba Mom-Mom

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Art's quartet live at the Keystone in August 1977 1 Oct. 2003
By J. Levinson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album finds Art Pepper at the Keystone Korner in San Francisco a week after his historic stand at the Village Vanguard in NYC. While this set doesn't quite reach the same heights, it comes close enough to satisfy. Pianist George Cables is a constant, but the N.Y.-based George Mraz and Elvin Jones are replaced by Michael Formanek and Eddie Marshall on bass and drums on this set. The four tracks all break the 11-minute mark, allowing for plenty of extended improvisations by Art and George. Kenny Dorham's "Blue Bossa" and Art's own "Samba Mom Mom" allow the players to work a latin groove, and Eddie Marshall aggressively pushes the beat on these tunes with powerful rhythmic accents. "Art Meets Mr. Beautiful" is an upbeat stomp, and the Burke-Van Heusen ballad "Here's That Rainy Day" is given a moving rendition with Art at his emotive best.
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POOR OPENING 3 Aug. 2008
By John M. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Man, the first time I heard the opening track Blue Bossa, I hated it. I kept waiting for Art to play the melody but he goes into a long winded semi-latin intro. I kept waiting for the melody but he doesn't play it for quite a while and when he does he does't give a very good reading of it. The second listening, knowing what to expect, was better.
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