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Atonement - Lennie Tristano - 1946-1947 (CD)

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  1. In addition to various early piano solos, it contains his complete - Keynote recordings, along with a sampling of records he cut in for Savoy and Baronet with small groups that included guitarist Billy Bauer and John La Porta, a reed player who would collaborate with Charles Mingus in the mid-'50s.
  2. Betty Scott Sings With Lennie Tristano (Jazz Records JR 13 CD) Lennie Tristano, piano; Betty Scott, voice. Lennie Tristano's home studio, Palo Alto Street, Hollis, NY, , May 13 & 14, & January,
  3. On the October 8, , session, Tristano ran down no less than six versions of Dizzy Gillespie 's "Interlude." What we have here is the first take. Six days later, Tristano 's trio made two sides for V-Disc, specifically intended for the cultural enrichment of armed forces personnel.8/
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  5. This is a great set of early Lennie Tristano material. Very good liner notes in the booklet and a few pictures from the period. The music is excellent, my only gripe being that on a few on the discs a few of the tracks are repeated many times due to there having been various takes attempted in the studio (Great for the fanatic but not for the more casual fan)/5(10).
  6. Lennie Tristano. Label: Proper Records Released: Views: 3, Track Listing. Disc One: Tea For Two (2 takes), Blue Lou, These Foolish Things (2 takes), It's The Talk Of The Town (2 takes), Yesterdays, What Is This Thing Called Love, Don't Blame Me, I Found A New Baby, I Can't Get Started, A Night In Tunisia, Out On A Limb (3 takes), I Can't Get Started (2 takes), I .
  7. * Indigo IGO CD Lennie Tristano - Out On A Limb * Classics (F) Lennie Tristano * Keynote K Lennie Tristano - Blue Boy / Atonement * Keynote K Lennie Tristano - I Surrender, Dear / Coolin' Off With Ulanov. Bill Harris Sextet.
  8. Apr 26,  · Pianist, composer and educator Lennie Tristano's place in the history of the music seems anomalous from the vantage point of the twenty-first century. His music was arguably as iconoclastic as that of Charlie Parker's and Dizzy Gillespie's and equally of its time, but in contrast with that it can come across as colorless and one-dimensional.

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