Art Pepper Intersity

Art Pepper
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Intensity is a 1960 jazz album by saxophonist Art Pepper playing with Dolo CokerJimmy Bond and Frank Butler. The album was released in 1963.

The sleeve notes (by Lester Koenig) quote Richard Hadlock, jazz editor of the San FranciscoExaminer, who writes:

"As this and his last Contemporary release Smack Up!, demonstrate, Art was well on his way toward a new kind of playing freedom in 1960. He had, partly through the examples ofJohn Coltrane and Ornette Coleman, begun to set aside his few remaining inhibitions and reach out for still more direct contact with his emotions... A musician friend told me recently that sometimes Pepper's playing 'sounds like a man crying — it just tears you up.' I agree."