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Lenny Tristano?

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I just got the ProperBox, and really like it. He wasn't really big on space, but I still don't find his lines to be mechanical. The live stuff is quite exciting. What a motherfucker! :o:tup

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I'm in a hotel room 400 miles from home, watching/listening to Tristano's 1965 Copenhagen Concert on my iPod. I bought the DVD some time back, but never really explored it. I can't believe what I was missing. The opening "Darn That Dream" is just stunning - as amazing and astringent a reworking of a standard as Monk's "I Should Care." I've got everything issued by him except for the Betty Scott CD and some of the other 1965 European recordings, and I didn't think anything could make me think more highly of Tristano than I already did, but this concert does it.

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Yes, that´s it ! 

And this is also interesting. Early Tristano from 1946/47 with 2 different bassists, and Billy Bauer on guitar. 

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On 13.12.2019 at 1:21 PM, Gheorghe said:

Yes, that´s it ! 

And this is also interesting. Early Tristano from 1946/47 with 2 different bassists, and Billy Bauer on guitar. 

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https://www.discogs.com/Lennie-Tristano-A-Guiding-Light-Of-The-Forties/release/7728213

Yes looks good. Above is the link from Discogs

Thanks for the Info

BTW how can I delete the free space?

Thanks

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

Here are my "Tristrano's" issued  under Lennie's name + the one on that Capitol Classics.

Tristano,Lennie    Live at Birdland    1945-49    Jazz Records    1
Tristano,Lennie    The rarest trio/quartet sessions    1946-47    Raretone    5008
Tristano,Lennie    Stars of modern jazz (Carnegie Hall)    1949    IAIRC    20
Tristano,Lennie    Requiem    1955    Atlantic    1224
Tristano,Lennie    The Lennie Tristano Quartet    1955    Atlantic(2)    2-7006
Tristano,Lennie    Lennie Tristano "Requiem" (LP`s 1224/1357)    1955/61    Atlantic    27003
Tristano,Lennie    The New Tristano    1960    Atlantic(jap)    1357
Tristano,Lennie    Descent into THE MAELSTROM    1976    East Wind    8040
Tristano/DeFranco    Capitol Jazz Classics Vol 14    1949    Capitol(holl)    05280853

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Image result for the complete lennie tristano charlie parker

I'm really partial to the Bands for Bonds broadcasts-mainly for Lennie T and Billy Bauer's comping behind Charlie Parker.

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would love some of the Savory Tristano material to be eventually released - some nice material there - I listened to a portion of it at the Harlem Jazz Museum when I was in the states in 2017

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I also have this. But I know the Broadcasts still from the LP era, they were presented on Musidisc and Spotlite. 

Really fine Allstar Setting and yes, their comping behind the soloists is very interesting. And also behind Sarah Vaughan on that one track "Everything I have is yours". 

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Plus it's kind of surreal hearing Bird and Lennie T do Tiger Rag!

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