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Imagination - Jesse Belvin Featuring Art Pepper with Marty Paich Orchestra - Mr. Easy (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jesse Belvin, Art Pepper, Marty Paich - The Very Thought Of You YouTube The Very Thought of You (feat. Kenny Barron, Kenny Davis & Winard Harper) - .
  2. Belvin recorded a further series of tracks later in the year, with arranger Marty Paich and an orchestra including saxophonist Art Pepper. The songs included soulful covers of standards such as " Blues in the Night ", " In the Still of the Night ", and " Makin' Whoopee ", and were issued on the album Mr. Easy.
  3. Just Jesse Belvin Plus Mr. Easy, a Compilation of songs by Jesse Belvin. Released in on Jackpot (catalog no. ; CD). Featured peformers: Dick Peirce (production), Jesse Belvin (lead vocals).
  4. The Art Pepper Marty Paich Sessions (Lone Hill, ) With others. Laurie Allyn, Paradise (Mode, ) Patti Austin, Patti Austin (Qwest, ) Jesse Belvin, Mr. Easy (RCA ) Stephen Bishop, Bish (ABC ) Joe Bushkin, Night Sounds San Francisco (Decca, ) Ray Charles, Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (ABC-Paramount, ).
  5. When Ethel Azama made Cool Heat for Liberty and Jesse Belvin recorded Mr. Easy for RCA Victor within a few weeks of each other in the fall of in Hollywood, both singers were among the most promising discoveries of their respective record labels.
  6. (BMG) 12 tracks recorded at RCA , arranged and conducted by Marty Paich Featuring Art Pepper, inclusive It´s All Right With Me, Whats´s New, Imagination Jesse Belvin CD: Mr. Easy (CD) - Bear Family Records To be able to use Bear Family Records in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in your browser.
  7. Apr 27,  · He acquired the nickname "Mr. Easy", and the record company began moulding him as a potential crossover star for white audiences, as well as a professional rival to Capitol Records' recording star Nat "King" Cole. He recorded a further series of tracks later in the year, with arranger Marty Paich and an orchestra including saxophonist Art Pepper.
  8. This CD from V.S.O.P. reissues a fairly obscure Tampa LP featuring pianist Marty Paich (better-known as an arranger), altoist Art Pepper, bassist Buddy Clark and drummer Frank Capp; the music on Marty Paich Quartet, Vol. 9 has also been issued under Pepper's name. Pepper and Paich would have several notable collaborations during the next few years, but this was their first.

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