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Eiderdown - Lee Konitz, Steve Swallow, Paul Motian - Three Guys (CD, Album)

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  1. Format: Audio CD This recording is a notably relaxed meeting of three masters of their instruments, Lee Konitz, Steve Swallow & Paul Motian--veterans of the most strikingly innovative period of jazz (the late s to the mids) who nonetheless are committed to playing jazz /5(5).
  2. This recording is a notably relaxed meeting of three masters of their instruments, Lee Konitz, Steve Swallow & Paul Motian--veterans of the most strikingly innovative period of jazz (the late s to the mids) who nonetheless are committed to playing .
  3. The album follows on Marsh's appearance with Lee Konitz on an earlier Atlantic album, but it really breaks free from the Konitz mode – and has an open, laidback sound that is instantly captivating – still modern, to be sure, but also done in a way that has some of the soulfulness of a Hank Mobley albums at times. Part of the reason for this.
  4. Apr 16,  · It almost seemed like a puzzle -solving exercise for him. There was a concert with Konitz, Steve Swallow and Paul Bley several years ago on BBC 3 and I think that Lee Konitz really fitted well into the same concept as the pianist. Players like LK and PB were the absolute masters, in my opinion.
  5. Apr 14,  · CD Label Courtesy Enja Records I'll be featuring the Enja release Three Guys this week. Steve Swallow will be playing in the Mike McGinnis Trio in Portland, ME this night April 14 8pm at Woodford's Church.
  6. Transcription: It’s You (Lee Konitz) from Three Guys by John J. Williamson on May 28, January 24, Here’s a rough transcription of Steve Swallow, one my favourite bassists, playing on the album Three Guys with Lee Konitz and Paul Motian.
  7. Lee Konitz continues to record at peak form, as clearly evidenced by this trio with Steve Swallow on electric bass and Paul Motian on drums. All of the nine pieces are originals by members of the trio, the exceptions being a compelling version of "Come Rain or Come Shine" and 8/
  8. Recently Lee Konitz has performed in a duo setting with pianist Dan Tepfer and his New Quartet, followed by a CD released with Brad Mehldau, Charlie Haden and the late Paul Motian. In another quartet constellation featuring Bill Frisell, Gary Peacock and Joey Baron has emerged.

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