14 April, 2011

Lennie Tristano Quartet - Live at the Confucius Restaurant 2cd (1955) (eac-log-cover)

Lennie Tristano Quartet - Live at the Confucius Restaurant (1955)
jazz | 2cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 710MB
Gambit Records | 2007

This 2 CD collection includes the complete master takes of the Lennie Tristano Quartet with alto sax legend Lee Konitz at the Confucius Restaurant’s Sing Song Room in New York, on the night of June 11, 1955. The immaculate rhythm section was Gene Ramey, bass, and Art Taylor, drums. This is a much sought-after, long-unavailable recording.
As a bonus, Gambit have added a four-track studio session that was originally issued on LP with the first batch of Confucius material, recorded at Tristano’s home studio, New York, 1954-55, with the great pianist backed by Peter Ind (bass) and Jeff Morton (drums).

Tracks
cd1
-01. "Sweet And Lovely" 5:28
-02. "background Music" 6:03
-03. "If I Had You" 6:31
-04. "317 e 32nd" 7:01
-05. "These Foolish Things" 5:42
-06. "‘s Wonderful" 5:02
-07. "You Go To My Head" 5:28
-08. "All The Things You Are" 6:17
-09. "Lennie-bird" 6:09
-10. "My Melancholy Baby" 8:10
cd2
-01. ""April" 8:14
-02. "Pennies In Minor" 6:17
-03. "Mean To Me" 7:42
-04. "Confucius Blues" 6:44
-05. "A Ghost Of A Chance" 6:08
-06. "Whispering" 4:17
-07. "There Will Never Be Another You" 7:34
-08. "Donna Lee" 6:35
bonus
-09. "East Thirty Second"* 4:32
-10. "Line Up"* 3:33
-11. "Turkish Mambo"* 3:40
-12. "Requiem"* 4:53
total: 60:51 + 70:09

Personnel
*Lee Konitz - sax
*Gene Ramey - bass
*Art Taylor - drums
*Lennie Tristano - piano

1 comments:

durmoll said...

log & linx:
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