Ill Remember April - Lee Konitz - Konitz (Vinyl)

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  1. Konitz is an album by saxophonist and bandleader Lee Konitz featuring performances recorded in which was originally released as a inch LP on George Wein's Storyville label. The album was rereleased with additional alternate takes on CD in on the Black Lion label.
  2. Apr 29,  · Turning to YouTube for one of my favorite long-gone albums from those years, Lee Konitz Plays with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet, I began with (what else) “I’ll Remember April,” and was thrilled to hear the unique sound that opened the door to jazz for me.
  3. Jun 25,  · Lee Konitz (born October 13, 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 s), and with Miles Davis' on his epochal Birth of the Cool, which gave the .
  4. The sound samples on this page tell the story in music, but there is more context to this album. First, this was recorded in New York and Boston in April, May and August of It features Konitz on alto backed by a superb rhythm section comprised of Ronnie Ball on piano, Peter Ind on bass and Jeff Morton on drums.5/5(1).
  5. 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 s), and with Miles Davis' on his epochal Birth of the Cool, which gave the form its name.
  6. Tracklist: 1. I'll Remember April 2. Sweet And Lovely 3. Sequentialee 4. If You Could See Me Now 5. Cherokee 6. Gundula 7. Keepin' The News 8. Easy Living 9. East 32nd Street Ex Temp Subconscious-Lee Personnel: Lee Konitz- alto.
  7. 10 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lee Konitz - Konitz at Discogs. /5(6).
  8. 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”. The sound of these CD’s is excellent but the packaging leaves a bit to be desired/5(15).

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