Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh FLAC album
Title: Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Style: Cool Jazz
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Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh (LP, Album, RE). Atlantic. Take care: This is the same album as more normally appears with a picture of Lee and Warne in Central Park on the cover. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 154 For Sale from €. 0.
Warne Marsh is an album by saxophonist Warne Marsh recorded in late 1957 and early 1958 which was released on the Atlantic label. Too Close for Comfort" (Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener, George David Weiss) – 3:48. Yardbird Suite" (Charlie Parker) – 5:00. It's All Right With Me" (Cole Porter) – 8:14. My Melancholy Baby" (Ernie Burnett, George Norton) – 7:54. Just Squeeze Me (But Please Don't Tease Me)" (Duke Ellington, Lee Gaines) – 6:38. Excerpt" (Warne Marsh) – 3:32. Warne Marsh – tenor saxophone.
Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh is a 1955 studio album by jazz saxophonists Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh. The Atlantic catalogue number was SD 1217. It was recorded on June 14, 1955, at Coastal Studios in New York City. The album was re-released on LP by Atlantic Records in 1982, newly remastered by George Piros. but for their successful use of varied old and new jazz sources.
Marsh's tasty "Blues in G Flat" showcases each member of the quartet, while his heartfelt interpretation of "You Don't Know What Love Is" features an inventive bassline by Pedersen. Since this four-CD set contains all of the music of five CDs, it is a very affordable and space-saving option.
Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh. 2. There Will Never Be Another You. Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh. 3. I Can't Get Started. 4. Donna Lee. 5. Two Not One.
Lee Konitz, the octogenarian alto-saxophonist who came to fame playing on Miles Davis's 1949 Birth of the Cool sessions, is still devoted to the sound of surprise. Warne Marsh, the tenor saxist partnering him on these classic sessions from the late 1940s and mid-50s, died in 1987 – an improv purist largely neglected back then as an oblique and soft-toned performer unfashionably at odds with the fiercer free-jazz and fusion sax sounds dominating the jazz world.
|A2||There Will Never Be Another You|
|A3||I Can't Get Started|
|B1||Two Not One|
- Alto Saxophone – Lee Konitz
- Bass – Oscar Pettiford
- Drums – Kenny Clarke
- Engineer – Tom Dowd
- Guitar – Billy Bauer
- Photography By – William Claxton
- Piano – Ronnie Ball (tracks: B3), Sal Mosca (tracks: A2, A4 to B2, B4)
- Producer – Nesuhi Ertegun
- Tenor Saxophone – Warne Marsh
|1217||Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh||Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh (LP, Album, Mono)||Atlantic||1217||US||1955|
|90050-1||Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh||Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh (LP, Album, Mono, RE, RM)||Atlantic||90050-1||US||1982|
|1217||Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh||Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Atlantic||1217||US||Unknown|
|P-6071A||Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh||Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh (LP, Album, RE)||Atlantic||P-6071A||Japan||1972|
|590 020, 590020||Lee Konitz||Abstractions (LP, Album, RE)||Atlantic Special, Atlantic Special||590 020, 590020||UK||1967|