Jim Pepper

Born 18 June 1941. Died 10 February 1992
Jim Pepper
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1941-06-18
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Jim Pepper

Jim Pepper Biography (Wikipedia)

Jim Pepper (June 18, 1941 - February 10, 1992) was a Kaw-Muscogee Native American jazz saxophonist, composer, and singer. He came to prominence in the late 1960s as a member of The Free Spirits, an early jazz-rock fusion group who first recorded his best-known song, "Witchi Tai-To." Pepper went on to a lengthy career in jazz, recording almost a dozen albums as a bandleader and appearing as sideman with the likes of drummer Paul Motian and pianist Mal Waldron, often incorporating elements of Native American music into his style. He died of lymphoma, aged 50.

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Witchi-Tai-To
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Peter Walker, Peter Walker, John Blair, Jim Hotep, Midnite & Jim Pepper
Socco Chico
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Socco Chico

Socco Chico

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Peter Walker, Peter Walker, John Blair, Jim Hotep, Midnite & Jim Pepper
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Witchi Tai To
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