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Lennie Tristano - The Copenhagen concert (1965)

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http://www.youtube.com/embed/Et45KYpEOCg

Recorded live in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1965.

Track listing:

1. Darn That Dream

2. Lullaby Of The Leaves

3. Expressions

4. You Don't Know What Love Is

5. Tivoli Gardens Swing

6. Ghost Of A Chance

7. It's You Or No One

8. Imagination

9. Tangerine

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great concert; before he got fat.

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great concert; before he got fat.

That's right. But those donuts were sooo goood.

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actually, according to Paul Bley (and this is in the Konitz book that Larry Kart worked on) the problem was women who kept buying him Chinese food.

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A Great concert that I have on DVD.

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actually, according to Paul Bley (and this is in the Konitz book that Larry Kart worked on) the problem was women who kept buying him Chinese food.

At the Confucius Restaurant?

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actually, according to Paul Bley (and this is in the Konitz book that Larry Kart worked on) the problem was women who kept buying him Chinese food.

At the Confucius Restaurant?

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I didn't work on that book, only was one of the people interviewed for it.

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Were you interviewed over Chinese food?

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It does explain all the wong chords.

(sorry)

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lennie tristano -manhattan studio

(in case some haven't seen this)

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Tristano is the necessary thread that puts together musical awareness.

The "Manhattan Studio" doc is essential viewing.

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Also wanted to say that I first heard of Liz Gorrill as a result of watching the Tristano "Manhattan Studio" documentary.

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Enthusiastically recommended. Gorrill takes Tristano even further out, to the point that the music no longer clearly, or directly, references Tristano. A hidden gem of a piano player.

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