Zounds is an album by saxophonist Lee Konitz which was recorded in 1990 and released on the Italian Soul Note label. All compositions by Lee Konitz except where noted. Prologue" (Lee Konitz, Ron McClure, Bill Stewart, Kenny Werner) – 5:29. Zounds" (Konitz, McClure, Stewart, Werner) – 2:33. Prelude to a Kiss" (Duke Ellington, Irving Gordon, Irving Mills) – 5:19.
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.
Recorded in Paris, Autumn 1953. Probable release date late 1953 or early 1954. This was the first UK release with Lee Konitz as leader. Matrix, Runout (A Side Runout, Etched): JR-S-241.
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All That Jazz, Vol. 83: Lee Konitz & Friends "Subconscious-Lee" (feat. The Real Lee Konitz (Best Jazz Album Remastered). Plays (My Jazz Collection).
Album: Classic Konitz, Vol. 1: An Image, An Image. Classic Konitz, Vol. 1: An Image: Best 2 songs. Lee Konitz - Music for Alto Saxophone and Strings, Pt. 2 02:56. Lee Konitz - I Got It Bad 02:22. Album: Classic Konitz, Vol. 1: An Image. Lee Konitz: best 2 tracks. Lee Konitz - My Funny Valentine Italian Jazz, Vol. 1, 2012 07:19. Lee Konitz, Phil Woods - My Man Benny Play Woods, 2003 08:59.
Alone Together (Lee Konitz album). Anti-Heroes (Lee Konitz and Gil Evans album). Live at the Montmartre Club: Jazz Exchange Vol. 2. Lullaby of Birdland (album). R. The Real Lee Konitz. S. Star Eyes, Hamburg 1983.
Listen to music from Lee Konitz like All The Tings You Are, Thingin & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lee Konitz. Konitz is sometimes regarded as the preeminent cool jazz saxophonist, because he performed and recorded with Claude Thornhill, Lennie Tristano (both often cited as important cool jazz proponents of the mid 1940s), and with Miles Davis' on his epochal Birth of the Cool, which gave the form its name.