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Dream Variation - Lee Konitz Quartet* - The New York Album (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Format: LP / 12" / 33rpm / STEREO Label: JAZZ WORKSHOP Catalogue Reference: JW Recording Year: Country of Pressing: SPAIN Comments: Sealed New Copy Reissue of the original Verve MG VS Cover Grade: MINT Vinyl Grade: MINT Side One: 1. Palo Alto (Konitz) 2. Darn That Dream (Van Heusen-De Lange) 3. When Your Lover Has Gone.
  2. On "Evening Song," legendary saxophonist Lee Konitz joins the quartet and plays with a tone that seems to embody the beauty and pain of a lifetime, while "Terrace Place," with its mild dissonance and melancholy mood, finds the musicians speaking in a unified language where the guitarists' bended strings and loops are complemented by Konitz's.
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  5. Aug 01,  · The melding of Byers's guitar and the piano of Mark Shilansky's piano is one of the album's finer moments. The CD is loaded with many other goodies as well, e.g., "My Love Is", and offers a very generous 77 minutes of first class jazz music, both vocal and instrumental.
  6. 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 vensiliselogerfikilolantcartmo.xyzinfo then listened in rapt attention as the saxophonists played a series of concerts at Montmartre, then Copenhagen's premier jazz venue.
  7. Saxophonist Avram Fefer follows up the remarkable Calling All Spirits (Cadence) with the compelling, though quite different Lucille’s Gemini Dream. Opting for a quartet this time rather than a trio, Fefer keeps drummer Igal Foni on board and adds a second horn, trombonist Steve Swell.
  8. Konitz's own Dream Variations, along with the standard Invitation, show him at his meditative best -- worth many listens. The remaining pieces (standards and another piece by Konitz) are easy to listen to and worth returning to. Konitz's alto sax is especially well recorded on this CD.4/5(2).