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8 thoughts on “ Love Lines - Lennie Tristano - Requiem (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Rare material from the great Lennie Tristano – a host of tracks that sit perfectly with his two landmark albums for Atlantic Records – and which maybe even push the envelope a bit more as well! The material is all from the 50s and early 60s – and is pulled together here in an excellent album that originally appeared on the Japanese market, then got wider circulation – really helping.
  2. Ⓟ & Ⓒ Atlantic Recording Corporation A Warner Communications Company Printed in U.S.A. In this reissue Lennie Tristano performs alone on Piano on Reqiem / Turkish Mambo / and all other selections of sides three and four/5(15).
  3. Bill Evans subsequently went on to do the same (with some critics complaining) and the practice has become part of modern music. I therefore found this reissue (from Japan) interesting for the information included by Atlantic Recording () of all people that, "Lennie Tristano is heard on this LP in unaccompanied piano solos/5(20).
  4. The New Tristano, an Album by Lennie Tristano. Released in February on Atlantic (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz. Featured peformers: Lennie Tristano (piano, recording engineer), Lee Friedlander (photography), Loring Eutemey (cover design).
  5. Jan 23,  · Love Lines · Lennie Tristano Lennie Tristano / The New Tristano ℗ Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. .
  6. “Pure improvisation” was the official doctrine, but not everybody in a Tristano band was allowed to be a improvisor. For Tristano’s wild lines to speak properly, he required his rhythm sections to play very simply. The ultimate example of this approach is “Line Up” from the Atlantic LP Lennie Tristano.
  7. OCLC Number: Notes: Jazz. Previously released on Atlantic and Program notes by Barry Ulanov on container. Performer(s): Lennie Tristano, piano, with ensemble or alone.
  8. Line Up Written-By – Tristano* A2: Requiem Written-By – Tristano* A3: Turkish Mambo Written-By – Tristano* A4: East Thirty-Second Street Written-By – Tristano* A5: These Foolish Things Written-By – Maschwitz*, Strachey* B1: You Go To My Head Written-By – Gillespie*, Coots* B2: If I Had You Written 4/5(2).

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