8 thoughts on “ Speculation - Lennie Tristano - Lennie Tristano (Vinyl) ”

  1. The easiest answer - yes to all three - is probably also the most correct. The tracks from the sessions with Lennie Tristano are mainline be-bop for sure, but Tristano nudges himself and tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh into grooves that could only flow toward the future, toward "free jazz" a decade later/5(11).
  2. He made two albums for Atlantic, Lennie Tristano and The New Tristano. A compilation of odds and ends entitled Descent into the Maelstrom was released on Inner City; its title track documents Tristano's experiments in multi-track recording of the piano. He toured Europe in ; his last public performance in the U.S. was in
  3. Lennie Tristano's historic Capitol sessions with Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh & Marsh's classic Jazz Of Two Cities [booklet: front cover].
  4. “In Lennie Tristano: His Life in Music, Shim has provided a comprehensive biographical and analytical account of one of jazz’s most important and most frequently misunderstood figures. Her insights into Tristano’s personality are well nuanced, and the focus on his teaching makes a unique contribution to the history of jazz/5(8).
  5. May 25,  · Charlie Parker, Lennie Tristano & Kenny Clarke in August - Duration: KaRidder 94, views. myu ysj vinyl disk-VI 19, views. Gerry Mulligan - .
  6. Lennie Tristano ‐ Manhattan Studio 1 & 2 (doc.) [].) Tristano was always very honest about music, therefore I want to say, that I started studying his music 3 months ago. Some of his students were studying with him for more then 10 years (Sal Mosca 14 years for example), so I am very much in the beginning.
  7. Lennie Tristano was an improviser who always gave the impression that his playing was somewhat (deceptively) pre-conceived. His playing was considered intellectual, cerebral and over-modernistic. He transgressed the bop-influence to experiment with overdubbing that influenced Bill Evans but did not sit easily with purists/5(10).
  8. 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).

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