Lennie Tristano - Lennie Tristano mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||1960|
|MP3 album size:||1183 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1181 mb|
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Biography by Chris Kelsey. Advanced jazz pianist was an early experimenter in the be-bop era and mentored Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh.
The New Tristano is an album by jazz pianist Lennie Tristano. It was recorded in 1961 and was released by Atlantic Records in February 1962.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Lennie Tristano, The New Tristano (1994) by Lennie Tristano. This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/152 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
Leonard Joseph Tristano (March 19, 1919 – November 18, 1978) was an American jazz pianist, composer, arranger, and teacher of jazz improvisation. Tristano studied for bachelor's and master's degrees in music in Chicago before moving to New York City in 1946. He played with leading bebop musicians and formed his own small bands, which soon displayed some of his early interests – contrapuntal interaction of instruments, harmonic flexibility, and rhythmic complexity
Lennie Tristano, also known as Tristano, is a 1956 album by jazz pianist Lennie Tristano. At its release, the album was controversial for its innovative use of technology, with Tristano overdubbing piano and manipulating tape speed for effect on the first four tracks. The final five songs are concert recordings.
Lennie Tristano, Trio, Quartet, Quintet, Sextet. 2015 Remastered 2015. Descent into the Maelstrom.
Listen free to Lennie Tristano – The Legend of Lennie Tristano (Abstraction, Out on a limb and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Leonard Joseph Tristano (19 March 1919 – 18 November 1978) was a jazz pianist, composer and teacher of jazz improvisation. He performed in the cool jazz, bebop, post bop and avant-garde jazz genres. He remains a somewhat overlooked figure in jazz history, but his enormous originality and dazzling work as an improviser have long been appreciated by knowledgeable jazz fans. In addition, his work as a jazz educator meant that he has exerted a substantial influence on jazz through figures such as Lee Konitz and Bill Evans.
On Lennie Tristano, he alienated critics with compositions that discarded harmonies in favour of monochromatic moods intensified by roving improvisations in rhythm. The atonal qualities he’d brought to the scene instantly split both listeners and aficionados, creating an argument of whether temperate, austere music can truly come from a passionate place. That cold streak has routinely fuelled detractions about Tristano’s spot in the mausoleum of jazz greats. If one wanted to wax speculative, it could be said that the fact that Tristano taught music throughout the span of his life, starting to do so long before he was even a blip on the Greenwich Village scene, continuing even at the peak of his popular standings, seeped into and altered his sound. The pedantism that comes attached to the teaching process is almost expected to yield an innate detachment to the source material.
Crothers, who played with Lennie Tristano on the album ‘Swish’, said: Lennie once told me he felt that in all the world of art as we know it, all through the centuries, there was a dimension missing and that was the dimension of women. He really felt that if women were brought into the art expression of the times, that this dimension would express something for men and also for the world in its entirety.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A5||These Foolish Things
Written-By – Link*, Marvell*, Strachey*
|B1||You Go To My Head
Written-By – J.K. Coots*
|B2||If I Had You
Written-By – Campbell*, Connelly*, Shapiro*
|B3||Ghost Of A Chance
Written-By – Crosby*, Washington*, Young*
|B4||All The ThingsYou Are
Written-By – Kern- Hammerstein*
- Record Company – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Published By – Progressive
- Published By – Bourne
- Published By – Remick
- Published By – Robbins Music
- Published By – American Academy Of Music
- Published By – T. B. Harms
- Alto Saxophone – Lee Konitz (tracks: A5 to B4)
- Bass – Gene Ramey (tracks: A5 to B4), Peter Ind (tracks: A1, A4)
- Drums – Art Taylor (tracks: A5 to B4), Jeff Morton (tracks: A1, A4)
- Liner Notes – Barry Ulanov
- Piano – Lennie Tristano
- Written-By – Lennie Tristano (tracks: A1 to A4)
NotesThis version: Red/maroon labels, logo to the right is the version with a white fan in a black box and no "Atalntic" written along the vertical box side + Ⓡ on top of the box
Tracks A1 to A4 rec. NYC, 1955
Tracks A5 to B4 rec. live in the Sing Sing Room, Confucius Restaurant, NYC, summer 1955
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix print label A): A-11347 PR
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix print label B): A-11348 PR
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A etched): I I 3 4 7 AT
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B etched): I I 3 4 8 B AT 2
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
|1224||Lennie Tristano||Lennie Tristano (LP, Album)||Atlantic||1224||US||1955|
|P-7527A, 1284||Lennie Tristano||Lennie Tristano (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Atlantic, Atlantic||P-7527A, 1284||Japan||1976|
|SD 1224||Lennie Tristano||Lennie Tristano (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 1224||Italy||1971|
|ATL 50245||Lennie Tristano||Lennie Tristano (LP, Album)||Atlantic||ATL 50245||Germany||1976|
|590031||Lennie Tristano||Lines (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Atlantic Special||590031||UK||1967|