Lennie Tristano - Lennie Tristano / The New Tristano (1994) [Cool, Avant-Garde]; APE (image+.cue)

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Lennie Tristano - Lennie Tristano / The New Tristano (1994) [Cool, Avant-Garde]; APE (image+.cue)

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Artist: Lennie Tristano
Album: Lennie Tristano / The New Tristano
Genre: Cool, Avant-Garde
Label: Rhino Records
Released: 1994
Quality: APE (image+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. Line Up - Tristano 3:33
  2. Requiem - Tristano 4:51
  3. Turkish Mambo - Tristano 3:37
  4. East Thirty -Second - Tristano 4:32
  5. These Foolish Things - Link, Marvell, Strachey 5:43
  6. You Go to My Head - Coots, Gillespie 5:19
  7. If I Had You - Campbell, Connelly, Shapiro 6:24
  8. I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You - Crosby, Washington, Young 6:00
  9. All the Things You Are - Hammerstein, Kern 6:04
  10. Becoming - Tristano 4:31
  11. You Don't Know What Love Is - DePaul, Raye 3:26
  12. Deliberation - Tristano 4:48
  13. Scene and Variations: Carol/Tania/Bud - Tristano 11:40
  14. Lovelines - Tristano 2:18
  15. G Minor Complex - Tristano 3:49

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    Personnel:
  • Peter Ind- Bass
  • Lee Konitz- Sax (Alto)
  • Jeff Morton- Drums
  • Gene Ramey- Bass
  • Art Taylor- Drums
  • Lennie Tristano- Piano, Engineer

This anthology combines two major Lennie Tristano albums, Lennie Tristano and The New Tristano; the first nine cuts were done in 1955 and include two trio and two solo numbers, plus five quartet pieces. The quartet tunes include alto saxophonist Lee Konitz and drummer Art Taylor. Tristano's piano solos are more challenging and ambitious on the disc's other six numbers, however; these are unaccompanied solo works recorded between 1960 and 1962, all except "You Don't Know What Love Is" Tristano originals. The variety and sheer amount of ideas, plus the facility of the lines and the overall performances, are impressive. Only the absence of the cut "C Minor Complex" (explained by time restrictions) mars things slightly, but this is a superb presentation of Lennie Tristano's work.
Review by Ron Wynn

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