I've negotiated with K.C. Marsh, Warne Marsh's son, and Geraldyne Marsh, his widow, to release this excellent jam session recording of Art Pepper and Warne Marsh with Carol Kaye, Mike Lang, Tommy Vig, John Morrell, and the great Buddy Collette playing flute and clarinet.
As far as I know, anyway, this has never been released anywhere, ever. The gig was set up by Dan McKenna, and the proceedings were recorded on the afternoon of April 20, 1975 at an L.A. club called The Foxy Lady. It was recorded by somebody (McKenna?) on a reel-to-reel recorder and then copied to a couple of cassettes which were then sent to me.
I have no more info.
I'm selling the whole session, more than 2 hours of exceptional music, for $9.99.
Here's That Rainy Day is interrupted during Warne's solo, and then it's picked up again, still during the solo. I've faded out and in. I guess they had to change the reel.
Chameleon starts late. Fade in.
Broadway ends during Mike Lang's solo, but the track is 24 minutes long! Fade out.
This hasn't been remastered. Can't afford it at the price.
Speaking of which: I'm dividing the take, such as it is, with the Marshes. Please don't share the album. $9.99 is CHEAP.
K.C. is making a documentary about his dad (https://www.facebook.com/AnImprovisedLife)