Pepper's Pow Wow
- Embryo Records
- SD 731
- US - Reissue
The late saxophonist Jim Pepper remains an enigma for some, a profoundly original player for others, and criminally unknown by most, even those in the jazz listening community. Pepper, who passed away in 1992, was of Native American descent -- Kaw and Creek Indian. He and Larry Coryell were in a band together in 1968, the Free Spirits, who were fooling with jazz and rock before Miles Davis was; indeed, before Tony Williams Lifetime were. Pepper had been using Native American indigenous folk music in his own jazz compositions from the middle of the '60s when he was encouraged to do so by Ornette Coleman and Don Cherry. As of 2007, he has no recordings in print in the United States save for this reissue by Wounded Bird of his debut album as a leader.
|A3.||Rock Stomp Indian Style||02:06|
|A4.||Senecas (As Long As The Grass...||05:48|
|B1.||Yon A Ho||05:39|
|B2.||Slow War Dance||01:50|
|B3.||Nommie-Nommie (When The Roll ...||02:34|
|B5.||Fast War Dance-Now War Dance||02:23|
Jim Pepper - Witchitai-to
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