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Lee Konitz & Warne MarshLee Konitz With Warne Marsh ... CD
Koch/Atlantic, 1955. Used ... $9.99
A classic session of cool jazz from the 50s – a majestic meeting of the alto of Lee Konitz and the tenor sax of Warne Marsh! The album's a perfect example of icy modernism at its best – swinging nicely, never too uptight, but with a well-composed approach that really shows the magic of the Konitz approach. The group features the great Billy Bauer on guitar, plus either Ronnie Ball or Sal Mosca on piano – and rhythm is by Kenny Clarke and Oscar Pettiford. Tracks are short, and titles include "Topsy", "Lee", "Donna", "Don't Squawk", and "Ronnie's Line". CD
(Out of print.)
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Lee KonitzHibeck ... CD
Tim (Germany), Late 40s/Early 50s. Used ... $4.99
Lee Konitz with Lennie Tristano, Billy Bauer, Shelly Mann, Warne Marsh, Sal Mosca, Jeff Morton & others. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Lee KonitzSubconscious-Lee ... LP
Prestige, 1949/1950. Very Good+ ... $49.99
One of THE key records in the Konitz school – a full length Prestige album that brings together important material from sessions originally issued on 10" LPs! The lineup here is virtually the Konitz school – with shifting lineups that include Billy Bauer on guitar, Lenny Tristano or Sal Mosca on piano, and Warne Marsh on tenor – all working as airily and fluidly as Konitz himself! How Lee managed to achieve such unity with his groups here will forever be a mystery to us – as will the freshness of the work at the end of the 40s, especially given that it's still arguably more "modern" than much of the jazz it inspired in years to come! Titles include "Progression", "Subconscious-Lee", "Rebecca", "Sound-Lee", "Fishin Around", "Palo Alto", "Ice Cream Konitz", "You Go To My Head", and "Tautology". LP, Vinyl record album
(Black & silver label NJ pressing.)

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Warne MarshRelease Record – Send Tape – Warne ... LP
Wave (UK), 1959/1960. Very Good ... $14.99
A rare set from tenorist Warne Marsh – and one that we'd easily rank right up there with some of his better-known albums of the 50s! The tracks were recorded by bassist Peter Ind – who's also a member of the quartet here – with a tremendous ear for Warne's sublime tone on tenor – and the way he glides effortlessly with the rest of the group. Ind's bass is wonderful – every bit as great as on his 50s recordings with Lee Konitz – and the rest of the group features Ronnie Ball on piano and Dick Scott on drums. Titles include "Marshlight", "Commentary", "Coolhouse", "Foreground Music", and "Happening" LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some ring & edge wear and lightly bent corners.)

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Lennie Tristano & Warne MarshIntuition ... CD
Capitol, Late 40s/1956. Used ... $9.99
Classic modernist jazz from the 50s, long out of print in the US, and issued here in a beautiful CD that includes a huge amount of tracks and good notes on the material! Half of the CD is a reissue of Warne Marsh's rare Jazz Of Two Cities album, a killer two-tenor workout with an icy cool feel, and Marsh and Ted Brown heading up the frontline. Compositions were contributed by Brown, and by Ronnie Ball, who plays piano on the album – and tracks include "Smog Eyes", "Ear Conditioning", "Dixie's Dilemma", and "Quintessence". The other half of the material is culled from Lennie Tristano's late 40's recordings for Capitol, sessions that are often cited as the birth of the cool jazz sound, and which feature key members of the Tristano school, like Lee Konitz, Billy Bauer, and Marsh – who gives some of his earliest recorded work on the tracks. Titles include "Intuition", "Digression", "Crosscurrent", and "Marionette". Beautifully haunting stuff, and material that we're very excited to see reissued again! CD
(Out of print.)

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Lennie TristanoLive In Toronto 1952 ... CD
Jazz Records, 1952. Used ... $8.99
With Warne Marsh on tenor saxophone & Lee Konitz on alto saxophone. CD
(Out of print.)

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Lennie TristanoWow ... CD
Jazz Records, 1950. Used ... $8.99
Lennie Tristano on piano with Warne Marsh on tenor saxophone, Lee Konitz on alto saxophone & Billy Bauer on guitar. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousAtlantic Jazz – Post Bop ... CD
Atlantic, 1950s. Used ... $2.99
Music from the Teddy Charles Tentet, Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh, Sonny Rollins & the Modern Jazz Quartet, the Jazz Modes, John Coltrane, the Slide Hampton Octet, Von Freeman, Freddie Hubbard & Gil Evans. CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousNica's Dream – Small Jazz Groups Of The 50s & Early 60s ... LP
New World, 1950s/Early 60s. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $5.99
Includes selections by Modern Jazz Quartet, Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh, Jazz Messengers, Art Farmer-Benny Golson Jazztet, Sonny Rollins & Co, George Russell Sextet, and Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has an index label and clear tape on the spine.)

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✨✧ Lennie Tristano/Buddy DeFrancoCrosscurrents ... LP
Capitol, 1949/1972. Sealed ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Although this set was issued in the 70s, it features some excellent rare early work by Tristano, originally recorded for Capitol in 1949. The material features a core of his early devotees – Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh, and Billy Bauer – and the selection of tracks includes 2 especially amazing tracks – "Intuition" and "Digression" – both of which were freely improvised in the studio during recording! Along with the other material in the set – "Yesterdays", "Wow", "Sax Of A Kind", and "Maironette" – the record's an essential one for any Tristano fan. The other side of the record features some slightly modernist stuff by Buddy DeFranco, and titles on that stuff include "Bird In Igor's Yard", "Extrovert", and "Aishie". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Black DiamondChant ... LP
Shifting Paradigm, 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Fantastic work from the duo of Artie Black and Hunter Diamond – two tenor saxophonists who work together here in a mode that's a sublime extension of some of the modern styles first put down in the 50s! Black and Diamond twist their tenors together with the dexterity of a Zoot Sims/Al Cohn team, or even better, the mix of Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh – but their sound is more modern, and more creatively tied to other currents in the contemporary Chicago scene – particularly the 21st century shift in avant jazz to tighter arrangements with freer moments. The pair work here with Matt Ulery on bass and Neil Hemphill on drums – and the sound is wonderful, with no instrumentation at all – just a focus on the reed work, which also includes a bit of bass clarinet from Artie. Titles include "Aerosonic", "Oh Bee", "Tihai", "Henrylle", and "Chant". LP, Vinyl record album

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