Recorded In Duo Performances 'Live' At The Jazz Bakery, Los Angeles, CA; October 21 ( 4, 7) and October 22 (other selections), 2000.
Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz. Main Personnel, Piano, Primary Artist.
In working out how best to interact with Konitz, Broadbent found that less is more. Supporting Konitz with supple, swinging, spacious structures, he frees the saxophonist to create and explore. Liberated, Konitz gives himself over to the flow of his ideas and impulses, his sound and phrasing natural, unforced.
More Live-Lee (2004). How Deep Is the Ocean? by Lee Konitz and Alan Broadbent. is a cover of. How Deep Is the Ocean? by Paul Whiteman (1932).
Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - I Can't Get Started 08:03. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - Invitation 07:34. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz, Ирвинг Берлин - How Deep Is The Ocean? 07:18. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - Body and Soul 06:21. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - Thingin' 06:47. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - You Stepped Out Of A Dream 05:40. Lee Konitz - Nothin' 04:10. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - Lennie's 06:53. Alan Broadbent - You Go To My Head 04:31. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - Bending Broadly 02:55. Alan Broadbent, Lee Konitz - Just Friends 05:52.
Conception is a compilation album issued by Prestige Records in 1956 as PRLP 7013, featuring Miles Davis on a number of tracks. The album, compiled from earlier 10 inch LPs, or as 78rpm singles, also features musicians such as Lee Konitz, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan, and Zoot Sims. The cover was designed by Bob Parent. In particular, the entirety of the 10"LP Lee Konitz: The New Sounds (PRLP 116) makes up all of side 1. "Odjenar" (George Russell) - 2:52. Hibeck" (Lee Konitz) - 3:07.
Stream songs by Lee Konitz & Alan Broadbent & similar artists! . Jan 2003, 11 song. ive-Lee. Jan 2002, 11 song. bout. One of the most individual of all altoists (and one of the few in the 1950s who did not sound like a cousin of Charlie Parker), the cool-toned Lee Konitz has always had a strong musical curiosity, leading him to consistently take chances and stretch himself, usually quite successfully. Early on he studied clarinet, switched to alto, and played with Jerry Wald.