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Lee Konitz - Lee Konitz Just Swings Album


Performer: Lee Konitz
Genre: Jazz
Title: Lee Konitz Just Swings
Country: UK
Style: Bop
Label: Columbia
Catalog Number: SEB 10115
FLAC version ZIP size: 2739 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1579 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2393 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 182

Tracklist

1When You're Smiling
2Sunday
3John Quill
4Memories Of You

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneLee Konitz
  • BassHenry Grimes
  • DrumsDave Bailey
  • GuitarBilly Bauer
  • Liner NotesAlun Morgan
  • Supervised ByNorman Granz

Album

Lee Konitz With Strings - Lee Konitz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Konitz is an album by saxophonist and bandleader Lee Konitz featuring performances recorded in 1954 which was originally released as a 10-inch LP on George Wein's Storyville label. The album was rereleased with additional alternate takes on CD in 1989 on the Black Lion label. Altoist Konitz is ably assisted by pianist. The Real Lee Konitz - Lee Konitz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Alto Saxophonist Lee Konitz has enjoyed one of the most creative and prolific careers in modern jazz. After an early experience with the Claude Thornhill Orchestra and Stan Kenton's Orchestra, Konitz took freelance and has become most populat for post-bop improvisation ever since. Lee Konitz. 16 June at 06:42 . RIP cool jazz guitarist Billy Bauer, who died on 16 June 2005, aged 89. Bauer played on the Verve Records album 'Tranquility' with Lee Konitz. Bauer's best-known recordings date from 1946 to 1949 with Lennie Tristano and, later, through the Fifties, with the alto sa. The Lee Konitz Nonet never really prospered, but they recorded several excellent albums. With such top players as flügelhornist John Eckert, trombonist Jimmy Knepper, and baritonist Ronnie Cuber in the group, and colorful arrangements provided by Sy Johnson, this band's repertoire was as wide as one would expect from a Konitz band. Songs in album Lee Konitz - The Real Lee Konitz 1958. Lee Konitz - Straightaway. Lee Konitz - Foolin' Myself. Lee Konitz - You Go To My Head. Lee Konitz - My Melancholy Baby. Lee Konitz - Pennies In Minor. Lee Konitz - Sweet And Lovely. Lee Konitz - Easy Livin'. Lee Konitz - Midway. Listen free to Lee Konitz Lee Konitz Topsy, There Will Never Be Another You and more. 8 tracks 44:47. Lee Konitz born October 13, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois is an American jazz composer and saxophone player. Konitz is sometimes regarded as the preeminent cool jazz saxophonist, because he performed and recorded with Claude Thornhill, Lennie Tristano both often cited as important cool jazz proponents of the mid 1940s, and with Miles Davis' on his epochal Birth of the Cool, which gave the form its name. from album ''Lee Konitz - At Storyville'' Storyville Black Lion. 00:00 A1 - Hi Beck introduction by John Mclelland 08:23 A2 - If I Had You 19. Lee Konitz - alto saxophone Ronnie Ball - piano Percy Heath - bass Alan Levitt - being one of the few altoists that emerged in the 1950s that doesn't sound like Charlie Parker, Lee Konitz was a true musical adventurer whose explorations in free jazz, electronic instruments, and just all around anything goes sessions resulted in some of the most exciting music that came out of the fifties and beyond. Four Classic Albums collects some of Konitz's lesser-known work from the 1950s-not his best, but still exciting dates that show an artistic vision that few could match. An Image from 1958 is a daring third stream work that pairs Konitz with a string section led by Bill Russo, an arranger from the Stan Kenton days. Lee Konitz's association with the Cool Jazz movement of the 1940s and 50s, includes participation in Miles Davis' epochal Birth of the Cool sessions, and his work with Lennie Tristano came from the same period. What Can we Learn From Him I recently read an interview with Konitz in Downbeat Magazine from December 1985. You can read this interview HERE. This interview was mind and ear opening for me at first. Then, with a little more research, I stumbled upon hand-written examples from a former student of Lee Konitz I love the WWW In the examples, the living legend, Konitz is