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Sort by: Newest Oldest. You can't miss with Lee Konitz from any period. Mike Tarrani Top Contributor: Drums. All of the albums in this double disc set are winners in my opinion.

Some are difficult to find, but all showcase Konitz' talents, which make this set near essential. The sound quality is very good. Not audiophile quality, but more than good enough for fans who want to dig into Konitz. There is a full orchestra backing Konitz, but there is also a core ensemble that is comprised of Konitz on alto sax, Gene Orloff on violin, Alan Shulman on cello, Lou Stein on piano and Billy Bauer on guitar. In particular, there are moments on this album where Konitz and Bauer are 'in the zone' that, alone, make this album worth owning.

Bill Russo's arrangements and conducting also add a lot to the music. Tracks are: 1. The Daffodil's Smile 3. I Got It Bad 4. What's New 8. Blues For Our Children 9.

Tracks are: You're Driving Me Crazy I Didn't Know About You The More I See You The first seven tracks were recorded for the Storyville label at an unspecified location and date other than Boston presumably Harvard Square in April The final three tracks were also recorded in Boston - again, Harvard Square - in February Here the rhythm section is Percy Heath on bass and Al Levitt on drums.

Tracks: 2. No Splice 3. She's Funny That Way 4. Time On My Hands 5. Foolin' Myself 6. Ronnie's Tune 7. Froggy Day 8. My Old Flame 9. If I Had You Foolin' Myself It features Konitz on alto backed by a superb rhythm section comprised of Ronnie Ball on piano, Peter Ind on bass and Jeff Morton on drums. Tracks 13 and 17 were recorded live at Storyville in Boston on August August 6, , while the remainder of the tracks were recorded in the studio in April and May in New York.

Easy Livin' Recorded in Hardvard Square, Boston, February Recorded in New York, on June 15, This CD compilation produced by Jordi Pujol. Add to wishlist Added to your wishlist. You can manage your wishlist here. You're not signed in You must sign in to manage your wishlist. Sign in. Customers also bought In Collaboration - Feat. Related products Out of stock. Sunset Eyes Audiophile gr. Customer reviews. Write a review. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

Your review has been added and will be available once approved by a moderator. This website uses cookies to improve user experience. Feels so genuine to put on an old ten-incher. A great little gem. Superb front cover art as well. I guess these old Storyville 10" LP's have more or less surface noise even if they are as new.

These smaller labels usually are quite unreliable in terms of noise or not, even if the albums are in good condition. It's part of the charm and the old timey feel and soul. God, I love vinyl. The music on this baby is very nice. Mellow and relaxing even in the up-tempo parts.

from album ''Lee Konitz ‎-- In Harvard Square'' (Storyville Black Lion CD ) 01 - No Splice 02 - She's Funny That Way 03 - Time On My Ha.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Harvard Square on Discogs. Label: Storyville (3) - PA(M),Trio Records - PA(M) • Series: Storyville Farewell Collections • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • /5(4).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Harvard Square on Discogs. Label: Storyville (3) - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Cool Jazz4/5(3).
  3. No Splice. Lee Konitz. From the Album In Harvard Square Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to inneselcavirdars.vawarcedigirelounutmolesata.co (US).
  4. And musicians who I am sure will be filled with ideas listening to this album. The first seven tracks were recorded for the Storyville label at an unspecified location and date other than Boston (presumably Harvard Square) in April Konitz and Ball are backed by Peter Ind on bass and Jeff Morton on drums.5/5(2).
  5. The first seven tracks were recorded for the Storyville label at an unspecified location and date other than Boston (presumably Harvard Square) in April Konitz and Ball are backed by Peter Ind on bass and Jeff Morton on drums. The final three tracks were also recorded in Boston - again, Harvard Square - in February /5(2).
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for In Harvard Square - Lee Konitz on AllMusic -
  7. Tracks 2 through 11 are the album titled In Harvard Square. The first seven tracks were recorded for the Storyville label at an unspecified location and date other than Boston (presumably Harvard Square) in April Konitz and Ball are backed by Peter Ind on bass and Jeff Morton on drums/5(12).
  8. Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh () Lee Konitz in Harvard Square is an album by saxophonist and bandleader Lee Konitz featuring performances recorded in Boston in which was originally released as a inch LP on George Wein's Storyville label.

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