Emerging as a recording artist in 2002, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt's warm tone and thoughtful improvisation initially brought hard bop legends Lee Morgan and Freddie Hubbard to mind. After two decades, his mature post-bop work evidences a willingness to experiment with sound and ensemble make-up. Miles Davis's Second Great Quintet and his electric period both emerge as influences from time-to-time interspersed with straight ahead acoustic dates. You can count on Jeremy Pelt for inventive improvisation, impeccable tone, nuanced performance and a deep sense of the history of the music. Most recently he has published a book of his interviews with jazz luminaries accompanied by a disc of compositions based on this accumulated wisdom. Trumpet Master Jeremy Pelt in this hour of Jazz at 100 Today!
Host Intro 0:00
Jeremy Pelt Quintet "Pandora's Box" from The Talented Mr. Pelt (High Note) 3:09
Jeremy Pelt Sextet "Princess Charlie" from Face Forward, Jeremy (High Note) 7:32
Jeremy Pelt Quintet "Harlem Thoroughfare" from Tales, Musings and Other Reveries (High Note) 12:59
Host Speaks 18:53
Jeremy Pelt Quartet "Baswald's Place" from #Jiveculture (High Note) 21:13
Jeremy Pelt Quintet "Bodega Social" from Make Noise! (High Note) 24:40
Host Speaks 29:45
Jeremy Pelt Septet "As Of Now" from Jeremy Pelt The Artist (High Note) 32:46
Jim Snidero Quintet "Dad Song" from Waves of Calm (Savant) 39:33
Jeremy Pelt Quintet "Carry Christ Wherever You Are" from Griot: THIS IS IMPORTANT! (High Note) 46:02
Jeremy Pelt Quintet "A Beautiful (f*cking) Lie" from Griot: THIS IS IMPORTANT! (High Note) 52:54
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