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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.
Konitz has also been repeatedly noted as one of the few jazz saxophonists of the late 1940s and 1950s who did not seem imitative of the massively influential Charlie Parker.
In the early 1950s, Konitz recorded and toured with Stan Kenton's orchestra.
In 1961, he recorded Motion with Elvin Jones on drums and Sonny Dallas on bass
by Jerome Wilson
This show has an eclectic mix of jazz with saxophonists, singers, and even vibes and harp. Artists heard include Joel Ross, Joel Harrison, Ray Charles, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and the Willem Breuker Kollektief. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill ...
by Jack Bowers
It's hard to believe that 35 years have flown by between the release of bassist Neil Swainson's debut album, 49th Parallel (Concord Jazz), and his second, Fire in the West, recorded in November 2021 and released nine months later. But Swainson was hardly in hibernation during those years, as he has been one of Canada's busiest ...
by AAJ Staff
This interview, conducted by Allen Huotari, was first published at All About Jazz in September 1999. As history has taught us, it's not enough to be gifted with talent, one must live up to the burden that potential" brings. Paradoxically and ironically, the blessing of having one's abilities recognized in public forum is the ...
by Ludovico Granvassu
How do you approach a solo recording session as a drummer? Especially as a drummer that does not seem to believe in drum solos? What challenges does such a format pose to a musician with a penchant for nurturing long-lasting collaborations rather than pursuing vanity projects? Does a solo album leave room ...
Label: Mosaic Records
Track listing: DISC ONE: Trio With Billy Bauer – Live Performances
1.Rhythm (A) 3:22 2. Lennie’s Song (A) 4:12 3. Surrender (A) 3:14 4. Stream Line (A) 2:42 5. Day And Night (A) 3:12 6. Rhapsody (B) 3:16 7. Three For Tea (C) 4:42 8. Streamin’ (C) 7:09 9. Depend On Me (C) 7:19 10. Just Fine (C) 5:59 11. September Rain (D) 4:21 12. Mystery (E) 2:04 13. Under Your Spell (E) 3:19 14. Cosmology (E) 2:34 15. Restoration (F) 2:33
DISC TWO: Solo Piano
1.Spectrum (G) 1:52 2. New Pennies (H) 5:14 3. Lennie’s Blues (H) 4:18 4. Dusk (H) 2:39 5. These Foolish Things (H) 3:04 6. Tania’s Dance (H) 1:51 7. Call It Love (H) 4:36 8. C Minor Fantasy (H) 1:48 9. No Foolin’ (H) 3:34 10. When Your Lover Has Gone (H) 2:32 11. Bud Line (H) 1:39 12. Studio Time Medley (H) 4:42 13. Palo Alto Days (H) 2:52 14. Foolish Again (H) 2:17 15. The Avenue (H) 1:43 Thursday Suite: 16) Sonnet (I) 4:35 17) Swing Time (I) 3:26 18) Love Chords (I) 3:57
DISC THREE: Sextet – Live Performances
1.Live Free (J) 1:58 2. Sound-Lee (J) 9:47 3. Lennie’s Changes (J) 10:27 4. Ice Cream Konitz (J) 10:03 5. Fishin’ Around (J) 11:15 6. Band Excerpt (K) 5:17 7. You go to my head (L) 4:39 8. Sax of a kind (L) 5:20
DISC FOUR: Trio Sessions
1.Lennie’s Lines (M) 5:36 2. My Melancholy Baby (M) 7:45 3. Oceans Deep (M) 4:04 4. That Trading Feeling (M) 5:48 5. You Go To My Head (M) 6:55 6. London Blues (M) 4:19 7. There Will Never be Another You (M) 5:12 8. Session Wave (N) 5:59 9. Movin’ Along (N) 3:51 10. Trio Lines (N) 7:42 11. Lennie’s Place (N) 6:41
DISC FIVE: Duos And Trios With Sonny Dallas
1. Duo Days (O) 4:55 2. Dream Sequence (O) 7:09 3. Melancholy Up (O) 5:08 4. Forever Lines (O) 10:18 5. Friends (O) 4:16 6. You Go To My Head (O) 9:45 (J. F. Coots-H. Gillespie) 7. I Should Care (P) 7:18 (Cahn-Stordahl-Weston) 8. Lennie’s Groove (P) 9:14
DISC SIX: 1948 Free Session
1. Transformations (Q) 2:30 2. Dialogue (Q) 2:28 3. Digression Expanse (Q) 3:11 4. Pinochle Jump (Q) 2:00 5. Story (Q) 3:12 6. Ensemble Tune (Q) 2:17 7. Formation (Q) 3:30 Live At The Half Note 8. Sonny’s Variation (R) 1:07 9. Swingin’ at the Half Note (R) 8:41 10. Lennie’s Dream (R) 7:09 11. Smilin’ Groove (R) 5:09 12. Mine (R) :51 13. Hudson Street (R) 9:06 14. How Deep is the Ocean (S) 10:41
by Paolo Peviani
Il tratto principale della mia musica Credo che la caratteristica principale della musica che scrivo sia la centralità della melodia: anche nelle strutture armoniche e ritmiche più complesse ricerco sempre l'immediatezza del lirismo. In questo modo si crea una connessione istintuale e non razionale con l'ascoltatore che mi permette di essere accessibile senza rinunciare a ...
To my American readers in the U.S. and abroad, Happy Thanksgiving. To the rest of the world, Happy Thanksgiving. Today is one of our favorite holidays. It's nondenominational and celebrates cooperation with others for the sake of mutual survival. And like all great holidays, a robust meal is the focus and consumed with family and friends ...
by Jerome Wilson
This show has a wide variety of classic and contemporary modern jazz, touching on Charlie Parker, Ed Neumeister, Uri Caine, Matt Ulery, and Lee Konitz among others. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett I Can't' Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air (Mosaic) 00:00 Phronesis Breathless" ...
by Jerome Wilson
Lars Gullin was a Swedish baritone saxophonist active mainly in the Fifties and Sixties and known for his work on his native jazz scene as well as playing with American stars such as Chet Baker and Lee Konitz. His compositions were an early example of a European musician mixing the sounds of his home country with ...