Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Konitz Meets Mulligan 180g LP
Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Konitz Meets Mulligan 180g LP
Genre: Jazz
Label: Pure Pleasure
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Konitz Meets Mulligan 180g LP

Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan

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SKU:
PPRLP38
UPC:
5060149621295
Audio Beat Rated 3.5/5 Music, 3.5/5 Sound!
Remastered by Steve Hoffman & Kevin Gray! Pressed at Pallas in Germany!


Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Carson Smith, Joe Mandragon and Larry Bunker join forces to create this spontaneous and inventive jazz album.

"O.K., so it's mono. And, for much of the recording, Mulligan's quartet seems simply to be backing Konitz. But hang on, this is a marvelous little gem. Mulligan on the baritone, Konitz on alto, and -- yes -- Chet Baker on trumpet. How can you pass this up?

"But this is more than an artifact. This is jazz at its spontaneous and inventive best. Konitz, freed from Stan Kenton, has all sorts of new ideas about these old standards. And, for many of the cuts, as Lee explores the possibilities, you can hear Mulligan purring far in the background (mono, remember), and, every once in a while, moving to the foreground to make a few statements of his own. These two jazz minds talk to each other, tease each other, support and -- in a gentle way -- challenge each other.
And, of course, in a few cuts, Baker's sweet trumpet announces itself and joins the two sax players in their explorations. The now-unheralded but extremely deft Carson Smith takes on most of the bass responsibilities, and provides -- along with Larry Bunker on drums -- a solid stage for Baker, Mulligan, and Konitz to swing on.

"Mulligan, Konitz, and Baker, of course, went their separate ways, Konitz and Mulligan to long and brilliant careers, Baker to a briefer, tragic, but still shining career. This, then, was a moment in time, and is now your chance to catch these giants sharing a stage, playing for and with one another, showing admiration and affection for each other's talents and ideas.
Mono--so what? This is a treasure from the vaults of Pacific Jazz."
- Tom Schusterbauer

“The surfaces of both these LPs [PPRLP1224 Chet Baker Chet Baker & Crew & PPRLP38 Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Konitz Meets Mulligan] are impeccable -- as quiet as vinyl gets. This helps reveal the personality of each recording all the better.” – Marc Mickelson, www.theaudiobeat.com, 3.5/5 Music, 3.5/5 Sound!
Click Here to read the entire review!


Features:
• 180g Vinyl Analogue
• Pressed at Pallas in Germany
• Limited Edition
• Audiophile re-mastering
• Mono

Musicians:
Lee Konitz, alto saxophone
Gerry Mulligan, baritone saxophone
Chet Baker, trumpet
Carson Smith, bass
Joe Mandragon, bass (1,5,7)
Larry Bunker, drums

Selections:
1. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
2. Broadway
3. Almost Like Being In Love
4. Sextet
5. Oh Lady Be Good
6. Bernie's Tune
7. Oh Lady Be Good (alternate version)
8. Too Marvelous For Words
9. Lover Man
10. I'll Remember April
11. These Foolish Things
12. All The Things You Are

Recorded in Los Angeles at the Haig, January, 1953.
Description
Audio Beat Rated 3.5/5 Music, 3.5/5 Sound!
Remastered by Steve Hoffman & Kevin Gray! Pressed at Pallas in Germany!


Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Carson Smith, Joe Mandragon and Larry Bunker join forces to create this spontaneous and inventive jazz album.

"O.K., so it's mono. And, for much of the recording, Mulligan's quartet seems simply to be backing Konitz. But hang on, this is a marvelous little gem. Mulligan on the baritone, Konitz on alto, and -- yes -- Chet Baker on trumpet. How can you pass this up?

"But this is more than an artifact. This is jazz at its spontaneous and inventive best. Konitz, freed from Stan Kenton, has all sorts of new ideas about these old standards. And, for many of the cuts, as Lee explores the possibilities, you can hear Mulligan purring far in the background (mono, remember), and, every once in a while, moving to the foreground to make a few statements of his own. These two jazz minds talk to each other, tease each other, support and -- in a gentle way -- challenge each other.
And, of course, in a few cuts, Baker's sweet trumpet announces itself and joins the two sax players in their explorations. The now-unheralded but extremely deft Carson Smith takes on most of the bass responsibilities, and provides -- along with Larry Bunker on drums -- a solid stage for Baker, Mulligan, and Konitz to swing on.

"Mulligan, Konitz, and Baker, of course, went their separate ways, Konitz and Mulligan to long and brilliant careers, Baker to a briefer, tragic, but still shining career. This, then, was a moment in time, and is now your chance to catch these giants sharing a stage, playing for and with one another, showing admiration and affection for each other's talents and ideas.
Mono--so what? This is a treasure from the vaults of Pacific Jazz."
- Tom Schusterbauer

“The surfaces of both these LPs [PPRLP1224 Chet Baker Chet Baker & Crew & PPRLP38 Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Konitz Meets Mulligan] are impeccable -- as quiet as vinyl gets. This helps reveal the personality of each recording all the better.” – Marc Mickelson, www.theaudiobeat.com, 3.5/5 Music, 3.5/5 Sound!
Click Here to read the entire review!


Features:
• 180g Vinyl Analogue
• Pressed at Pallas in Germany
• Limited Edition
• Audiophile re-mastering
• Mono

Musicians:
Lee Konitz, alto saxophone
Gerry Mulligan, baritone saxophone
Chet Baker, trumpet
Carson Smith, bass
Joe Mandragon, bass (1,5,7)
Larry Bunker, drums

Selections:
1. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
2. Broadway
3. Almost Like Being In Love
4. Sextet
5. Oh Lady Be Good
6. Bernie's Tune
7. Oh Lady Be Good (alternate version)
8. Too Marvelous For Words
9. Lover Man
10. I'll Remember April
11. These Foolish Things
12. All The Things You Are

Recorded in Los Angeles at the Haig, January, 1953.
Genre
Jazz
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan
Title
Konitz Meets Mulligan
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
Mono
1
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Availability
Backordered
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Creation Date
Release Date
10-14-2010
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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