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. 2010 The Ultimate Album.
Crosscurrents (Lennie Tristano album). Crosscurrents is an album by jazz pianist Lennie Tristano. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2013. The first seven tracks are recordings of Tristano's sextet, containing Warne Marsh (tenor sax), Lee Konitz (alto sax), Billy Bauer (guitar), Arnold Fishkin (bass), and Harold Granowsky or Denzil Best (drums; separately).
Biography by Chris Kelsey. Advanced jazz pianist was an early experimenter in the be-bop era and mentored Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh. Warne Marsh, Lennie Tr.
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.
Listen to music from Lennie Tristano like Requiem, Line Up & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lennie Tristano. 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.
Album · 1994 · 15 Songs. Betty Scott Sings with Lennie Tristano. See All. Live in Toronto 1952. Lennie Tristano Quintet.
These Foolish Things
Harry Link / Holt Marvell / Jack Strachey
You Go to My Head
If I Had You
Jimmy Campbell / Reginald Connelly / Ted Shapiro
Ghost of a Chance
Bing Crosby / Ned Washington / Victor Young
All the Things You Are
Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern
Jimmy Campbell - Composer Reginald Connelly - Composer Bing Crosby - Composer Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer Peter Ind - Bass, Double Bass, Main Personnel Jerome Kern - Composer Lee Konitz - Main Personnel, Sax (Alto) Harry Link - Composer Jay Maisel - Artwork Holt Marvell - Composer Jeff Morton - Drums, Main Personnel Gene Ramey - Bass, Double Bass, Main Personnel Ted Shapiro - Composer Jack Strachey - Composer Art Taylor - Drums, Main Personnel Lennie Tristano - Composer, Main Personnel, Piano, Primary Artist Barry Ulanov - Liner Notes Ned Washington - Composer Victor Young - Composer