8 thoughts on “ Easy Livin - Lee Konitz - Konitz (Vinyl) ”

  1. Besides being one of the few altoists that emerged in the s 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. His playing, which is marked by a detachment and intellectualism.
  2. The Lee Konitz Quartet did not last long but they did record some worthwhile performances that still sound fresh over 40 years later. In addition to eight selections (highlighted by "Bop Goes the Leesel," "Mean to Me," "I'll Remember April" and "Limehouse Blues"), there are six previously unissued alternate takes included on this attractive CD.
  3. The record features great work from Gene Ammons and Bobby Jones on tenor, Lee Konitz and Charles McPherson on alto, James Moody on flute, Randy Weston on piano, Lonnie Hillyer on trumpet, and Eddie Bert on trombone – and Honey Gordon sings a lovely vocal on the track "Eclipse". Other titles include "Jump Monk", "Us Is Two", "ESP", and "Ecclusiastics".Missing: Easy Livin.
  4. Easy Livin (Konitz). Skylark (Konitz). East 32nd (Konitz). Bob Goes The Leesel (Konitz). Lee Konitz - Four Classic Albums (An Image / You A. No Splice (In Harvard Square). Shes Funny That Way (In Harvard Square).Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. KONITZ, LEE in harvard square PA(M) - Used Vinyl Records for Sale Online by Snow Records Japan. We Ship Worldwide!Missing: Easy Livin.
  6. This set is the product of Lee Konitz' decision to record his quartet during the second half of a two-week stint in 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.
  7. The seven albums in this collection represents Lee Konitz’ work from the 50’s. Included are: “Konitz”, “At Storyville”, “With Warne Marsh”, “Inside Hi-Fi”, “Tranquility”, “Very Cool” and “Motion”/5(15).
  8. Oct 23,  · For the earlier period, I would recommend getting hold of the OJC set called "Subconscious-Lee." Two collections that go under Lennie Triastano's name have some good early Konitz on them as well: "Intuition" (Blue Note), which also has a terrific Warne Marsh date on it, and the Atlantic twofer called, "Lennie Tristano/The New Tristano" which has a bunch of nice live performances with chedbetheligemspromawbumarwithspombe.coinfog: Easy Livin.

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