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One Day With Lee

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Thingin

One Day with Lee

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Thingin

One Day With Lee

Label:
Released: 2004
Track listing: Thinkin', Dream Stepper, Gundula, Cork 'n' Bib, 317 East 32nd Street, Lover Man, Palo Alto

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark Masters Ensemble with Lee Konitz: One Day With Lee

Read "One Day With Lee" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

To say that Lee Konitz has made some very valuable contributions to jazz would be stating the obvious. Now that I have done so, it is time to get on to his current recording. Konitz stands amidst the Mark Masters Ensemble, a 14-piece band that gives the saxophonist the space to invent or re-invent ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark Masters Ensemble: One Day With Lee

Read "One Day With Lee" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Alto sax legend Lee Konitz seems to gather more steam with each passing year. I saw him play twice in the 1970s and each performance was a revelation. He appeared with a piano-less trio taking it both inside and out before an appreciative undergraduate audience and later in the decade with his bracing nonet. In recent ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Mark Masters Ensemble: One Day with Lee

Read "One Day with Lee" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Having heard The Clifford Brown Project and now One Day with Lee, featuring the peerless alto saxophonist (and composer) Lee Konitz, I can hardly wait to hear what the Mark Masters Jazz Ensemble and its sponsor, the American Jazz Institute, plan to do next. If these aren’t two of the finest big-band albums of the past ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lee Konitz with the Mark Masters Ensemble: One Day With Lee

Read "One Day With Lee" reviewed by John Kelman

At an age when most professionals are off playing golf on a Florida course, many musicians just don’t know the meaning of the word “retire." And that’s a good thing. Take eighty year-old bassist Percy Heath, who released his first album under his own name last year; and alto saxophonist Lee Konitz who, in his mid-seventies, ...


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