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Bill Evans, Lennie Tristano, Earl Hines, Teddy Wilson, & OthersPiano Summit ... LP
Musica Jazz (Italy), 1965. Sealed ... $9.99
Features live performances never on record! Also includes work by Jaki Byard and John Lewis. LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed, with bonus Musica Jazz magazine, with Enrico Rava on the cover.)

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Lennie TristanoComplete Lennie Tristano – The Essential Keynote Collection 2 ... CD
Mercury, 1946/1947. Used ... $5.99
Accompanied by Billy Bauer on guitar, and Clyde Lombardi or Bob Leinger on bass. CD
(Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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Lennie Tristano & Warne MarshIntuition ... CD
Capitol, Late 40s/1956. Used ... $6.99
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 TristanoLennie Tristano Vol 1 – 1945 to 1946 – Complete Edition ... CD
Masters Of Jazz (France), 1945/1946. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
26 songs from Emmett Carls sextet, Lennie Tristano, and the Lennie Tristano trio. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Lennie TristanoLennie Tristano/New Tristano ... CD
Atlantic, 1955/1961. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A double-length set of work from one of the greatest pianists of the 50s – both of his Atlantic albums together on a single CD! First up is the self-titled Lennie Tristano, from 1955 – darkly imaginative work from the great Tristano – and one of the few full albums he ever cut as a leader! The record features the incredible track "Turkish Mambo" – which has Tristano overdubbed 3 times in this dark modal way that's totally amazing, and which will hook you into his playing immediately! A number of other tracks feature a quartet with Lee Konitz – always a good match for Tristano – and a few others have a great trio that's completed by Peter Ind and Jeff Morton. Tracks include "Requiem", "East 32nd", "You Go To My Head", and "Line Up". New Tristano is an incredible record by Lennie – one that features him playing solo piano, but in a way that's so inventive, so creative, so pyrotechnic, that Atlantic Records had to include text on the back cover saying "No use is made of multi-tracking, over-dubbing, or tape-speeding." The album's also one of the last (the last?) that Lennie ever cut – and although many other players are kind of faltering in last sessions like this, Lennie's sounding better than ever – ready to take on a realm of new challenges in the 60s. Titles include "Love Lines", "G Minor Complex", "Becoming", and "Deliberation". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Lennie TristanoLennie Tristano – Personal Recordings 1946 to 1970 (6CD set) ... CD
Mosaic, Late 40s/1950s/1960s. New Copy 6CD ... Out Of Stock
An incredible collection of music from the great pianist Lennie Tristano – and maybe the first-ever set to truly get at the range of genius he could express on the piano! Given that Tristano only made a small amount of records during his too-short career, yet also left a major impact on the field of modern jazz – this set really documents the full span of everything that Tristano had to offer – pulled from a wonderful range of his own recordings, all of which appear here for the first time! These aren't casual solo recordings done in the basement – and instead, the package brings together a mixture of studio, live, and even television performances – all with a different spirit on each of the CDs in the set! One of the most revelatory is the final CD – which features a number of tracks in a "free session" in 1948 - with Tristano on piano, Lee Konitz on alto, Warne Marsh on tenor, and Billy Bauer on guitar – coming together with an amazing sound throughout. That same disc also features a superb 1962 live date at the Half Note – with Konitz on alto and Zoot Sims on tenor. CD1 is wonderful too – a selection of live material with the tremendous Billy Bauer on piano – a player, like Tristano, who was instrumental in shaping the sound of his instrument in modern jazz during the postwar years. CD3 features live performances by a sextet that includes Konitz, Marsh, and Bauer – plus Arnold Fishkin on bass and Jeff Morton on drums. CD2 features beautiful solo performances recorded from the early 50s through 1970. CD4 features trio session, most with Peter Ind on bass – while CD5 features different trio and duo material, but with Sonny Dallas on bass. The set is impeccably done – in cooperation with Tristano's family – and given the wealth of material, the whole thing may well have doubled his recording catalog in the process, while also really illuminating so many different aspects of his career! CD

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Charlie ParkerCharlie Parker With Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Max Roach, Lennie Tristano ... CD
Magic Music (Germany), Late 40s. Used ... $0.99
Includes the songs "Tiger Rag", "Groovin' High", "Big Foot", "Ornithology", "Slow Boat To China", "Half Nelson", "White Christmas", and "Little Willie Leaps". CD
(Out of print, some age spots inside the booklet.)
 
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Fats NavarroDameronia 1947/48 ... CD
Jazz Archives (France), 1947/1948. Used ... $9.99
Notable sidemen include Tadd Dameron, Charlie Rouse, Wardell Gray, Charlie Parker, Lennie Tristano, Art Blakey, and Kenny Clarke! CD
(Out of print. Still sealed, spine has a cutout notch.)

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Charlie ParkerLullaby In Rhythm ... LP
Spotlite (UK), 1947. Very Good ... $6.99
A compilation of Bird's work with the groups of Barry Ulanov and Howard McGhee; with sidemen that include Lennie Tristano, Ray Brown, Maz Roach, Russ Foreeman, Shorty Rogers, Hampton Hawes, and Roy Porter. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear, a small sticker, and some gloss separation along the spine.)

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✨✧ Sal MoscaTalk Of The Town – Live At The Bimhuis ... CD
Sunnyside, 1992. Used 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Tremendous material from the great pianist Sal Mosca – over two hours of continuous performance, recorded in the later years of his career, and issued here for the first time ever! If you loved Mosca during the Tristano-school years of the 50s, you'll be really stunned at his performance here – as he's really moved way beyond his roots, into a realm of sound and space that Lennie Tristano hardly could have imagined – both modern and lyrical at the same time, but reaching back with some older inflections that flesh out the tonal color of the music too – especially breathtaking without any other players to expand the sound. The album's an instant classic in Mosca's too-small catalog – and titles include improvisations on "Tea For Two", "Love For Sale", "Scrapple From The Apple", "Donna Lee", "I Got Rhythm", "Topsy", "Gone With The Wind", and lots more. CD
(Mark through barcode.)

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✨✧ Masayuki TakayanagiLonely Woman ... CD
Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1982. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pretty darn beautiful album of solo guitar tracks – recorded in 1982 by Japanese musician Masayuki Takayanagi, and featuring only electric guitar, played with a spare raspy edge – recorded in a rough style that's quite unusual for a Japanese jazz session of the time! However, it's this style of recording that really brings out the best of the album – as the complicated stylings of Takayanagi ring out with a much more honest sound than you'd expect on an album of this nature – reminding us more of earlier work by Lee Konitz collaborator Billy Bauer than most of the late 70s guitar heroes from Japan! The sound is beautiful throughout – and titles include a version of Charlie Haden's "Song For Che", a reading of Lennie Tristano's "Lennie's Pennies", and a great version of Ornette's "Lonely Woman". CD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
 
 
 



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