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8 comments on “ Pennies - Lennie Tristano Quintet With Warne Marsh And Billy Bauer - Live At Birdland 1949 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Dec 29,  · Lennie Tristano Quintet - Subconscious-Lee () Personnel: Lee Konitz (alto sax), Lennie Tristano (piano), Billy Bauer (guitar), Arnold Fishkin (bass), Shelly Manne (drums) from the .
  2. Jan 21,  · The Complete Atlantic Recordings of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh (Mosaic MQ10 , MD6 ) LP/CD Box Lennie Tristano / The New Tristano ( Atlantic ) - except track 7 Session
  3. Dec 27,  · Recorded in New York, May 16, Piano – Lennie Tristano Alto Saxophone – Lee Konitz Tenor Saxophone – Warne Marsh Guitar – Billy Bauer Bass – .
  4. Lennie Tristano Quintet: Lennie Tristano, piano ; Warne Marsh, tenor saxophone ; Billy Bauer, guitar ; Arnold Fishkin, bass ; Jeff Morton, drums. The 1st-5th works are jazz quintets; the 6th-9th for solo piano. Quintets recorded in at Birdland; piano solos recorded in in Chicago. Piano summit. Lp Musica jazz/Philology: W
  5. Lennie Tristano Quintet EP: Lennie Tristano Quintet: Primary Artist, Piano: Live in Toronto () Lennie Tristano Quintet: Primary Artist, Piano, Performer, Composer: Carnegie Hall X-Mas ' Charlie Parker.
  6. Lennie Tristano Quintet With Warne Marsh And Billy Bauer: Lennie Tristano Quintet With Warne Marsh And Billy Bauer - Live At Birdland ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) .
  7. May 14,  · Lennie Tristano Sextet: “Wow” (Crosscurrents, Capitol, [originally recorded March 4, ])It almost seems too easy. “Wow” is the first track recorded at the first session for what would be Tristano’s most celebrated recording, Crosscurrents (on which “Wow” would also be the opening tune).But there are few pieces that are as totally representative of his explorations.
  8. Three days after his Chinese restaurant gig with Tristano he was in an Atlantic studio with cohorts Warne Marsh and Billy Bauer, plus pianist Sal Mosca, bassist Oscar Pettiford, and bebop drum innovator Kenny Clarke.

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