Art Pepper was one of the jazz world's best know saxophonists. He played and recorded extensively throughout his four-decade career, until his passing in 1982. Luckily, during his later years, the tapes were rolling during live shows, and he and his wife, Laurie, cataloged many of those shows. After his death, Laurie picked exquisite performances, and made them available to his fans. Now, those releases see a worldwide retail release. Unreleased Art Vol. III: The Croydon Concert, May 14, 1981 features a set from Art, pianist Milcho Leviev, bassist Bob Magnusson, and drummer Carl Burnett, recorded at Fairfield Hall in London. The 2-CD and Digital set includes standards like Roy Noble's "Cherokee" and "Gordon Jenkins' "Goodbye" (recorded by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Julie London, Linda Ronstadt, and the closing theme for the Benny Goodman Orchestra), plus Pepper originals "Blues For Blanche, " Ophelia, " and more.