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CD 1

1)

In Your Own Sweet Way (08:38) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

2)

Don't Tell Me What Key (05:43) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

3)

Universal Lament (06:27) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

4)

Alone together (08:18) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

5)

Knowinglee (05:03) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

6)

Solar (10:04) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

7)

Migration (04:25) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

8)

Thingin' / All The Things That... (07:50) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

9)

Trinity (02:07) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

10)

Body And Soul (06:03) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

11)

Hi Beck (03:57) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

12)

What is this thing called love (07:06) Konitz, Lee / Liebman, Dave / Beirach, Richie

Description

Richie Beirach (Piano) // Beware, this trio resembles no other. To start with, the format is quite out of the ordinary; two saxophones and a piano. There is indeed nothing these three musicians enjoy more than freedom and risk taking.

Critique

Lee Konitz has been one of the most distinctive stylists on alto sax, blending his lessons with Lennie Tristano and the influence of Charlie Parker into a sound that can't be mistaken for anyone else. His meeting with saxophonist Dave Liebman and pianist Richie Beirach, both of whom also studied with Tristano as young men, is full of surprises, whether they're exploring standards or Konitz's time-tested reworkings of them, or creating brand-new compositions on the spot in the studio. Beirach provides a strong foundation for the two soloists, whose adventurous, inspired solos are anything but predictable. Konitz is primarily heard on alto, with his dry yet swinging tone beautifully complemented by Liebman's poignant soprano sax, especially in the delightful take of "In Your Own Sweet Way." Konitz's familiar "Thingin'" is combined in a medley with its inspiration, "All the Things You Are," with Konitz taking the solo for the first tune and Liebman (on soprano) for the second, as Beirach skillfully accompanies each man. Konitz switches to soprano for several numbers, including the bittersweet ballad "Universal Lament" (co-written with Beirach) and "Migration," an unusual free jazz soprano sax duo improvisation with Liebman, along with a wild soprano sax duet of "Body and Soul" that takes this oft-recorded warhorse into new territory. All three men had long since proven themselves by the time of this 2010 session, which should be considered a highlight of each artist's respective, considerable discographies. ~ Ken Dryden

Contributeurs

Compositeur Brubeck - Beirach - Dietz - Davis - u.a.

Artiste Dave Liebman

Artiste Richie Beirach

Artiste Lee Konitz

Artiste David Liebman

Label Out Note Records

Label Outnote Records

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 395K0IG2EPK

GTIN 3760195730065

Date de publication 15.04.2011

Nombre de disques 1

Type de produit CD

Nombre de pistes 12

Knowing Lee

Lee Konitz & Dave Liebman (Saxophon)

13,52 €

Vendeur: Dodax

Date de livraison: entre mardi, 17. décembre et jeudi, 19. décembre

État: Neuf

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