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    Art Pepper – Neon Art: Volume 1

    From his early recordings with Stan Kenton’s and Shorty Rogers’ bands and sessions with everyone from Chet Baker, Henry Mancini and Quincy Jones, to his own recordings, Art Pepper built a legacy of recordings that can only be described as legendary.

    Neon Art is a series of live recordings on colored vinyl, complete with download cards, and is aimed at both the longtime Art Pepper aficionado and those just coming to know Art’s work. Volume One features two songs drawn from unissued performances at Parnell’s in Seattle, WA, recorded on January 28, 1981, and has been released on red vinyl.

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