Lee Konitz - The Real Lee Konitz mp3 album
This set is the product of Lee Konitz' decision to record his quartet during the second half of a two-week stint in 1961 at the Midway Lounge in Pittsburgh. Bassist Peter Ind served as recording engineer, which essentially involved his pressing the record button on the tape machine in the dressing room and then running to join the others on stage. The result of this low-tech production is a fine document of Konitz playing live in a fairly straight-ahead setting.
Conception is a compilation album issued by Prestige Records in 1956 as PRLP 7013, featuring Miles Davis on a number of tracks. The album, compiled from earlier 10 inch LPs, or as 78rpm singles, also features musicians such as Lee Konitz, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan, and Zoot Sims. The cover was designed by Bob Parent. In particular, the entirety of the 10"LP Lee Konitz: The New Sounds (PRLP 116) makes up all of side 1. "Odjenar" (George Russell) - 2:52. Hibeck" (Lee Konitz) - 3:07.
Опубликовано: 6 нояб. 2017 г. Lee Konitz – The Real Lee Konitz Atlantic 1273 Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono US 1957. 00:05 A1 Straightaway 03:49 A2 Foolin' Myself 08:30 A3 You Go To My Head 14:51 A4 My Melancholy Baby. 18:48 B1 Pennies In Minor 27:30 B2 Sweet And Lovely 29:48 B3 Easy Livin' 33:29 B4 Midway. Alto Saxophone – Lee Konitz Bass – Peter Ind Drums – Dick Scott Guitar – Billy Bauer Trumpet – Don Ferrara (tracks: B1, B2). Recorded February 15, 1957.
Motion is an album by jazz saxophonist Lee Konitz, recorded in 1961 for Verve Records. It features drummer Elvin Jones and bassist Sonny Dallas. It is regarded by many as Konitz's finest album. The 1990 CD issue expanded the number of tracks from five to eight; a 1998 release then expanded this to 38, although most of the additional tracks were from different recording sessions with drummer Nick Stabulas instead of Elvin Jones.
Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh.
The Real Lee Konitz is a live album by American jazz saxophonist Lee Konitz which was released on the Atlantic record label in 1957. Live album by. Lee Konitz. Straightaway" (Lee Konitz) - 3:41.
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. 1 Critical reception. Alto Summit is an album by saxophonists Lee Konitz, Pony Poindexter, Phil Woods and Leo Wright recorded in West German. mage: Alto Summit. Image: The Alto Summit. Classic Atlantic logo used on singles; made the official logo in 2004 until 2015.