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A pianist of exceptional co-ordination and skill, for whom playing in different metres with each hand held no terrors, Lennie Tristano overcame blindness to become one of the leading teachers in jazz. While he was studying for his music degree in Chicago in the early 1940s, he had already begun playing and working with a circle of musicians who became his pupils - including saxophonist Lee Konitz and guitarist Billy Bauer. Tristano mastered the bebop style, playing both intricate runs and sustained chordal passages, and by the late 1940s was working in New York, where he made some significant discs with the musicians who had developed bebop - notably Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie
Label: Mosaic Records
Track listing: DISC ONE: Trio With Billy Bauer – Live Performances
1.Rhythm (A) 3:22 2. Lennie’s Song (A) 4:12 3. Surrender (A) 3:14 4. Stream Line (A) 2:42 5. Day And Night (A) 3:12 6. Rhapsody (B) 3:16 7. Three For Tea (C) 4:42 8. Streamin’ (C) 7:09 9. Depend On Me (C) 7:19 10. Just Fine (C) 5:59 11. September Rain (D) 4:21 12. Mystery (E) 2:04 13. Under Your Spell (E) 3:19 14. Cosmology (E) 2:34 15. Restoration (F) 2:33
DISC TWO: Solo Piano
1.Spectrum (G) 1:52 2. New Pennies (H) 5:14 3. Lennie’s Blues (H) 4:18 4. Dusk (H) 2:39 5. These Foolish Things (H) 3:04 6. Tania’s Dance (H) 1:51 7. Call It Love (H) 4:36 8. C Minor Fantasy (H) 1:48 9. No Foolin’ (H) 3:34 10. When Your Lover Has Gone (H) 2:32 11. Bud Line (H) 1:39 12. Studio Time Medley (H) 4:42 13. Palo Alto Days (H) 2:52 14. Foolish Again (H) 2:17 15. The Avenue (H) 1:43 Thursday Suite: 16) Sonnet (I) 4:35 17) Swing Time (I) 3:26 18) Love Chords (I) 3:57
DISC THREE: Sextet – Live Performances
1.Live Free (J) 1:58 2. Sound-Lee (J) 9:47 3. Lennie’s Changes (J) 10:27 4. Ice Cream Konitz (J) 10:03 5. Fishin’ Around (J) 11:15 6. Band Excerpt (K) 5:17 7. You go to my head (L) 4:39 8. Sax of a kind (L) 5:20
DISC FOUR: Trio Sessions
1.Lennie’s Lines (M) 5:36 2. My Melancholy Baby (M) 7:45 3. Oceans Deep (M) 4:04 4. That Trading Feeling (M) 5:48 5. You Go To My Head (M) 6:55 6. London Blues (M) 4:19 7. There Will Never be Another You (M) 5:12 8. Session Wave (N) 5:59 9. Movin’ Along (N) 3:51 10. Trio Lines (N) 7:42 11. Lennie’s Place (N) 6:41
DISC FIVE: Duos And Trios With Sonny Dallas
1. Duo Days (O) 4:55 2. Dream Sequence (O) 7:09 3. Melancholy Up (O) 5:08 4. Forever Lines (O) 10:18 5. Friends (O) 4:16 6. You Go To My Head (O) 9:45 (J. F. Coots-H. Gillespie) 7. I Should Care (P) 7:18 (Cahn-Stordahl-Weston) 8. Lennie’s Groove (P) 9:14
DISC SIX: 1948 Free Session
1. Transformations (Q) 2:30 2. Dialogue (Q) 2:28 3. Digression Expanse (Q) 3:11 4. Pinochle Jump (Q) 2:00 5. Story (Q) 3:12 6. Ensemble Tune (Q) 2:17 7. Formation (Q) 3:30 Live At The Half Note 8. Sonny’s Variation (R) 1:07 9. Swingin’ at the Half Note (R) 8:41 10. Lennie’s Dream (R) 7:09 11. Smilin’ Groove (R) 5:09 12. Mine (R) :51 13. Hudson Street (R) 9:06 14. How Deep is the Ocean (S) 10:41
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