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Fourth Dimension - The Lee Konitz Nonet* - The Lee Konitz Nonet (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lee Konitz Nonet - Lee Konitz Nonet at Discogs. Complete your Lee Konitz Nonet collection. Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz Fourth Dimension: Struttin´ With Some Barbeque: Hymn Too: The Lee Konitz Nonet* The Lee Konitz Nonet ‎ (CD, Album, RE.
  2. (cool, post-bop) [cd] The Lee Konitz Nonet (), FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless Страницы: 1 Джазовая и Блюзовая музыка» Зарубежный джаз» Bop (lossless) Главная» Джазовая и Блюзовая музыка» Зарубежный джаз» Bop (lossless).
  3. Lee KONITZ recorded two live albums in with a great nonet: this Steeple Chase album is the first one, recorded on April The nonet was comprised of Tom HARRELL & John ECKERT (tr), Jimmy KNEPPER & Sam BURTIS (trb), Ronnie CUBER (bariton or soprano sax), Harold DANKO (p), Buster WILLIAMS (b) and Billy HART (dr).5/5(2).
  4. May 20,  · This dense and daring nonet exemplifies Konitz's creative urges, packed as it is with standout players (Jimmy Knepper and Ronnie Cuber lead the pack), complex yet vibrant arrangements, and diverse material/5(6).
  5. The Real Lee Konitz is a live album by American jazz saxophonist Lee Konitz which was released on the Atlantic record label in Live at the Half Note is a live album by American jazz saxophonists Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh recorded at the Half Note in accompanied by Bill Evans, Jimmy Garrison, and Paul Motian and first released on the.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lee Konitz Nonet on Discogs. Label: Chiaroscuro Records - CR ,Chiaroscuro Records - CR • Series: Jazz Band Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz/5(4).
  7. The original nonet recorded on four occasions but high quality tapes exist from the Half Note (), a radio broadcast (), Middleheim (), Washington D.C. () and the Village Vanguard (). Hopefully some enterprising label might eventually release them commercially as a welcome addition to the recorded legacy of the Lee Konitz nonet.
  8. The presence of Konitz and other white musicians in the group angered some black jazz players because many were unemployed at the time, but Davis rebuffed their criticisms. Konitz stated he considered the group to belong to Mulligan. His debut as leader also came in with tracks collected on the album Subconscious-Lee. (Prestige, ).
  9. Mar 04,  · Track 12 is an interesting talk by Lee Konitz on the history of the nonet and the tunes played on this album. This overlooked Lee Konitz CD contains plenty of subtle, inventive and swinging music which deserves a place in any modern jazz collection. One person found this helpful/5(6).

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