Picture Of Heath (tone Poet Vinyl) (180g)
Label: PACIFIC JAZZ
Chet Baker Art Pepper
Who says West Coast jazz can't sizzle? The album was originally released in 1956 under the title "Playboys" with a sexy cover, but Hugh Hefner threatened to sue because it looked too much like the cover of a Playboy magazine. The 1961 reissue with a new cover and the new title "Picture of Heath" has a less sexy cover, but the music is definitely hot Blue Note Tone Poet Edition: stereo, produced by Joe Harley, mastered entirely in analog by Kevin Gray from the original tapes, RTI pressing (180g), sturdy tip-on gatefold, padded inner sleeve.