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Mean To Me - Lee Konitz - Sax Of A Kind (CD)

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  1. Sax Of A Kind Vol 4, an album by LeeKonit on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. Instrument. as. Total Duration. s. Position in Track. Album Title. Jazz Edition, Quadromania, Lee Konitz, Sax of a Kind CD 4. Label. Membran Music.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sax of a Kind - Lee Konitz on AllMusic - - This is a set that Lee Konitz collectors will 8/
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Seven Classic Albums on Discogs.
  5. 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.9/
  6. The Complete Atlantic Recordings Of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz And Warne Marsh (Mosaic MQ) Lee Konitz, alto sax; Lennie Tristano, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Art Taylor, drums. "The Sing-Song Room, Confucius Restaurant", NYC, 1st set, June 11,
  7. There is a great album called The Brothers, three tenors (Richie, Bill Perkins, and Al Cohn) plus rhythm section, that some of you might consider west coast, but to me not so much. i am sure that "west cost" means different things to different people so it is kind of hard to come to any consensus.
  8. Nov 14,  · One vintage picture carries the cutline: “Relative newcomer on the scene Lee Konitz playing at the Royal Roost.” A large painting of Konitz playing his sax sits on the floor in his living room. “A guy on the 13th floor,” he explains. “I don’t really have room to hang it properly so I just let it sit there.”.
  9. Apr 16,  · Jazz Saxophone Legend Lee Konitz Dies from COVID Complications at 92 Lee Konitz was the last surviving musician to have played on Miles Davis’ Birth of the Cool compilation albumAuthor: Claudia Harmata.

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