Louis Blues NOTE: Evans is heard only comping on these tracks that are excerpts from the sessions with only Marsh's solos in focus. August 1st New York, NY. November 2nd , same location and personnel. November 8th , same location and personnel as on Nov. Variant I Variant II Variant III Variant IV Sessionography Home Next. Conspiracy Terje Rypdal. Freya Tineke Postma. Unearth New Hermitage. All About Jazz needs your support Donate. Get more of a good thing Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.
Sign in Sign up Email address. Password Reset your password Click the eye to show your password. First name and Last name. First name only. Email address It will remain private. Dave Parlato — bass. John Tirabasso — drums, percussion. Recording date: 25 October , except A1 which was recorded 14 September Recorded in with a thoroughly rehearsed ensemble, the date finds Marsh exploring conventional forms with precision and depth.
Having famously teamed with Lee Konitz for Tristano's sides on Capitol, Marsh enlists alto saxophonist Gary Foster for Ne Plus Ultra; comparisons to Konitz are inevitable, but the less influential Foster is still a force to be reckoned with. His polished tone and fluid lines are so compatible with Marsh's own that one begins to suspect some form of telepathic communication is at work.
The title of the Konitz composition featured here, "Subconscious-Lee," is particularly appropriate: calling to mind the anarchic dialogue of a Eugene Ionesco play, the saxophonists speak over one another, prompted only on a subconscious level by each other's phrases. The new LP from jazz veteran Rudresh Mahanthappa swings and sways, bolstered by his undeniable alto sax chops.
Brazen Heart by Dave Douglas Quintet. This quintet has acquired legendary status as a working unit These compositions are from the heart and I can only suggest that you take them to yours John Cratchley.
Syd Schwartz. Greg Layton. Brad Johnson. Raffaello Bellano. Tiny Fred. Peter Schulz. Richard Sanders. Andrew Schamess. Jonathan Matz. Kenneth Brasted. Peter Conrady. More than 3 hours of Music. Don't forget to download extensive liner note! Purchasable with gift card. All the Things You Are What's New Donna Lee Band Intros Walkin' Over the Rainbow Lover Come Back Good Bait Here's that Rainy Day Rhythm-A-Ning Broadway Yardbird Suite Cherokee Good Night CommentsTracks: 1. You Stepped Out of A Dream, 2. Lennie’s Pennis, 3. E. 32nd, 4. Subconscious-Lee, 5. Touch And Go 6. Two-Part Invention Nº This was tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh’s first recording as a leader since