Its All Right With Me - Various - Lee Konitz Warne Marsh Super Saxes (CD)
Label: Jazz & Τζαζ - 00119-2 • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: Greece • Genre: Jazz •
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Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh, an Album by Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz, Bebop. Featured peformers: Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), Warne Marsh (tenor saxophone), Billy Bauer (guitar), Oscar Pettiford (bass), Kenny Clarke (drums), Nesuhi Ertegün (producer), Tom Dowd (recording engineer), William Claxton .
Jack Goodwin’s discography of Warne Marsh > zululardrelaanayariel.xyzinfo 3. Mark Weber’s Thursday KUNM jazz radio show interview’s with Med Flory and Lanny Morgan 4. telcon w/ Hal McKusick 13apr11 5. Med Flory’s liner notes to Vol. 1 cd SUPERSAX THE JAPANESE TOUR 6. Gene Lee’s LIFE OF WOODY HERMAN, p 7.
In , the members of a musical appreciation society called The Danish Jazz Exchange clubbed together to bring their two favorite American improvisers, Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz, to their homeland. They then listened in rapt attention as the saxophonists played a series of concerts at Montmartre, then Copenhagen's premier jazz venue.
A classic session of cool jazz from the 50s – a majestic meeting of the alto of Lee Konitz and the tenor sax of Warne Marsh! The album's a perfect example of icy modernism at its best – swinging nicely, never too uptight, but with a well-composed approach that really shows the magic of the Konitz approach. The group features the great Billy.
So let me get your contact and the place I can meet you at Baby, let me hit that super loud Super strong, super green, got me super gone I'm on that super uhhh, and I'm super high Feel like Superman, cause I'm super fly I need that super loud, super strong, super green, got me super gone I'm on that's super uhh, and I'm super high Feel like.
For a guy like Warne Marsh, I use the word *woody* for his tone. *post 60's not the Brilhart Tonalin/Ebolin phases which I describe as cloudy* (A Ballad Album, Big Two Vol 1 2, All Music) As for why I personally like a darker sound, I always found it difficult to .
Various Artists Warne Marsh Warne Marsh Sonny Meets Hawk! (Remastered) Sonny Rollins & Coleman Hawkins Live in Toronto Lennie Tristano Quintet Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh. 8. PREVIEW 8 Songs, 42 Minutes. Released June 14,
The Prestige Labels. Prestige Records, founded in by Bob Weinstock, began in New York at West 50th Street. In the early years, Weinstock used a variety of recording studios around the city -- Nola Studios, Beltone Studios, among others.
Warne Marsh was born October 26, in Los Angeles, California. He died December 18, He is survived by his wife Gereldyne Marsh and their two sons K.C. Elmore and Jason Parker. He performed and recorded with Lennie Tristano and Lee Konitz. He arranged and played on the "Super-Sax Album.".