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Lester Smooths It Out - Lester Young - And His Tenor Sax. Vol.2 (Vinyl, LP)


9 thoughts on “ Lester Smooths It Out - Lester Young - And His Tenor Sax. Vol.2 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Samulkis says:
    Feb 28,  · Lester Young solo transcription, guitar study. Recorded: New York City, NY September 5, by Count Basie Kansas City Seven. Lester Young - Tenor Sax Buck Clayton - Trumpet Dicky Wells - Trombone.
  2. Bralar says:
    Tenor Sax Solos Vol 2 -- Back Home Again In Indiana/Crazy Over JZ/Jump Lester Jump/Blues N Bells 7-inch (Item ) Savoy, – Out Of Stock 7-inch, Vinyl record. Related searches. Lester Young Savoy Savoy (label) Funky 45's Jazz (CD, LP).
  3. Vut says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Lester Young Story Volume 2 - A Musical Romance on Discogs/5(9).
  4. Gogar says:
    The Jim Cullum Jazz Band, with tenor saxophonists Brian Ogilvie and Ron Hockett, offer their homage to the 'President of Tenor Sax.' Special thanks to Nat Hentoff for permission to use excerpts from his interview with Lester Young, published in The Jazz Makers in , as source material for first-person accounts in this script.
  5. Menris says:
    Lester Leaps Again: March 22, Afternoon Of A Basie-Ite: Dec. 28, Blue Lester: May 1, For this reviewer, the highlights of this CD certainly include the three vocals by Billie Holiday with solos by Young, two with her own orchestra (tracks 6 and 13) and one with Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra (track 12).5/5(1).
  6. Shaktishicage says:
    This is a wonderful CD! Lester in unstoppable peak form, swinging, singing and soaring, booted along ecstatically by the Bill Potts Trio. was a great year for Lester: this wonderful series of 5 "in Washington DC", and the two he made for Norman Granz on Verve, the Lester Young Teddy Wilson Quartet, and the Jazz Giants '56 (with Roy Eldridge and Vic Dickenson as well /5(4).
  7. Yozshura says:
    LESTER YOUNG Vinyl Records and CDs: When Lester Young joined Count Basie's band in the '30s, he instantly attained star status. Young's unique tenor saxophone style was magnificently laid-back, and his feathery tone influenced the formation of Bop and Cool Jazz. Rather than setting a clear separation point between melody and improvisation, his.
  8. Kakora says:
    Lester Young joins the Oscar Peterson trio – and the result is a classic meeting of the minds from early 50s Verve! Young 's tone is tremendous throughout – that sharp-yet-cool style that had such a big influence on other 50s players, and which gets some great support here from Peterson's group, which also features guest guitar from Barney Kessel.. Oscar's piano lines .
  9. Kiran says:
    Product description. Four CD Box Set glucmaccicirtioprotcirclesnamembarsnext.coinfo The Lester Young Story is a masterly, four-disc box set of classic recordings that follows Lester Young's career from his very first session, a small band date with Count Basie in , to a star-studded live concert with, among others, Charlie Parker, Roy Eldridge, and Buddy Rich in This isn't the whole story, of course, because Young /5(25).

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