Genre: Jazz
Label: Venus
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


The Lee Konitz Quartet Jazz Nocturne 180g LP

The Lee Konitz Quartet

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The Lee Konitz Quartet On 180g Vinyl LP!

Jazz Nocture was recorded in 1992 for the Japanese Venus label, and features Lee Konitz on alto sax with Kenny Barron (piano), James Genus (bass) and Kenny Washington (drums).

There are no phony disguises of familiar tunes with new titles on this date; just creative blowing. Konitz uplifts such often-overplayed material as 'You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To,' 'Misty,' 'Alone Together,' 'Body and Soul' and 'My Funny Valentine' without ever becoming predictable; Kenny Barron is in excellent form, too... recommended as a strong example of Lee Konitz's playing in the '90s.
-Scott Yanow, AllMusic


  • 180g Vinyl
  • Mixed and Mastered by Tetsuo Hara
  • Venus Hyper Magnum Sound Direct Mix Stereo
  • Obi strip
  • Made in Japan


Lee Konitz alto saxophone
Kenny Barron piano
James Genus bass
Kenny Washington drums


Side A:

  1. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
  2. Alone Together
  3. My Funny Valentine

Side B:

  1. Misty
  2. Body And Soul
  3. In A Sentimental Mood

Recorded at The Red Rock Recording Studio in Pennsylvania on June 16 and 17, 2002.

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