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  • Performer: Warne Marsh
  • Album: The Art of Improvising Volume 2
  • FLAC: 1800 mb | MP3: 1731 mb
  • Released: 1977
  • Style: Bop, Hard Bop
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Warne Marsh - The Art of Improvising Volume 2 album flac

Tracklist

A1 Sweet Georgia Brown 2:02
A2 Out of Nowhere 2:49
A3 Fishin' Around 1:59
A4 Tangerine 2:22
A5 Lennie's Pennies 2:18
A6 Yardbird Suite 1:50
A7 Will You Still be Mine 1:57
B1 What is This Thing Called Love 2:10
B2 Out of Nowhere 1:55
B3 You Stepped Out of a Dream 2:45
B4 untitled 1:45
B5 untitled 1:50
B6 Lennie's Pennies 2:00
B7 untitled 2:07

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Revelation Records – REV-27
  • Produced At – 731 W. Wilson, Glendale, California 91205
  • Recorded At – Half Note

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Lee Konitz
  • Bass – Henry Grimes
  • Drums – Paul Motian
  • Liner Notes – J.W. Hardy
  • Piano – Bill Evans
  • Tenor Saxophone – Warne Marsh

Notes

Solo excerpts from 1959 sessions at the Half Note (front cover note)
Marsh, tenor saxophone; others not surely identified ... safely (back cover note)
Revelation Records are produced by John William Hardy and Jon Horwich

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): REV-27-A REV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): REV-27-B REV

The Art of Improvising.

The Art of Improvising (subtitled Solo Excerpts from 1959 Sessions at the Half Note), is a live album by saxophonist Warne Marsh recorded in 1959 and released on the Revelation label in 1974. Each track on The album only features part of the performance containing Marsh's solo although an album featuring twelve complete performances from these shows was released in 1994 under Kontz's name as Live at the Half Note.

Warne Marion Marsh (October 26, 1927 – December 18, 1987) was an American tenor saxophonist. Born in Los Angeles, his playing first came to prominence in the 1950s as a protégé of pianist Lennie Tristano and earned attention in the 1970s as a member of Supersax. Marsh came from an affluent artistic background: his father was MGM cinematographer Oliver T. Marsh (1892–1941), and his mother Elizabeth was a violinist. Actress Mae Marsh was his aunt.

The Art of Improvising Volume 2 Contents.

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The Art of Improvising. Live album by Warne Marsh. The Art of Improvising (subtitled Solo Excerpts from 1959 Sessions at the Half Note), is a live album by saxophonist Warne Marsh recorded in 1959 and released on the Revelation label in 1974. Each track on The album only features part of the performance containing Marsh's solo although an album featuring twelve complete performances from these shows was released in.

Warne Marsh is an album by saxophonist Warne Marsh recorded in late 1957 and early 1958 which was released on the Atlantic label. Too Close for Comfort" (Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener, George David Weiss) – 3:48. Yardbird Suite" (Charlie Parker) – 5:00. It's All Right With Me" (Cole Porter) – 8:14. My Melancholy Baby" (Ernie Burnett, George Norton) – 7:54. Just Squeeze Me (But Please Don't Tease Me)" (Duke Ellington, Lee Gaines) – 6:38. Excerpt" (Warne Marsh) – 3:32. Warne Marsh – tenor saxophone.

1958 studio album by Warne Marsh. The Art of Improvising (1959)/Live at the Half Note (Lee Konitz, 1959). Ne Plus Ultra (1969). Report of the 1st Annual Symposium on Relaxed Improvisation (Clare Fischer, Gary Foster, 1972). The Unissued 1975 Copenhagen Studio Recordings (December 28, 1975). The Unissued Copenhagen Studio Recordings (December 29, 1975). Conversations with Warne Volume 2 (and Pete Christlieb, 1978). How Deep, How High (and Sal Mosca, 1976–79) (and Karin Krog, Red Mitchell, 1980).

Warne Marion Marsh (26 October 1927 – 18 December 1987) was an American tenor saxophonist. Born in Los Angeles, his restrained, cerebral playing first came to prominence in the 1950s as a protégé of pianist Lennie Tristano, and earned attention in the 1970s as a member of Supersax. Missing lyrics by Warne Marsh? Know any other songs by Warne Marsh?

Printed in France "The "Boss" of the avant garde saxophone playing in his historical Imperial session. Recorded in September 1956 in Los Angeles. Previously released on Imperial LP 9027.