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Lee Konitz & Gil Evans: Anti-Heroes

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Alto sax veteran Lee Konitz, a pioneer in improvisational jazz in the '40s and '50s, did a more than 9 minute long version of The Band's "The Moon Struck One" on this Verve CD. The album (and its predecessor from the same gigs, Heroes) contains duos featuring Lee Konitz on alto and soprano and pianist Gil Evans (just four months before the latter's death).

Tracks

  1. Orange Was the Color of Her Dress/Then Silk Blues (Mingus,Charles)
  2. The Moon Struck One (Robertson,J.Robbie)
  3. Drizzling Rain (Kikuchi,Masabumi)
  4. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You (Razaf,Andy/Redman,Don)
  5. Buzzard Song (Gershwin,George/Heyward,D.)
  6. How Insensitive (Insensatez) (DeMoraes,Vinicius/Jobim,A.)
  7. Copenhagenn Sight (Evans,Gil)
Lee Konitz - Anti-Heroes - 1980 - Verve 314511622


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