But the Jazztone album was already a reissue when it came out, a selection of material that had first seen the light of the day on the Storyville club's own self-named label.
Konitz is an album by saxophonist and bandleader Lee Konitz featuring performances recorded in 1954 which was originally released as a 10-inch LP on George Wein's Storyville label. The album was rereleased with additional alternate takes on CD in 1989 on the Black Lion label.
Album · 1953 · 10 Songs. Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh.
Exclusive Prime pricing. For my fellow jazz geeks this was recorded live on January 5, 1954 at Boston's Storyville Club. The MC listed as announcer on tracks 1 and 7 is a somewhat renown Boston radio personality for station WHDH. His radio name was John McLellan, but his real name was John Fitch. There are interviews of him interviewing Charlie Parker and Paul Desmond as well - apparently he had a thing for alto saxophonists. If I have one complaint about this album it's the drummer and bassist are a little too low in the mix.
At Storyville (LP, Album, Mono). At Storyville (CD, Album, RE). Black Lion Records. UK, Europe & US. Unknown.
Tracks count: 2. Views: 5. Lee Konitz - Subconscious Lee 05:31. Lee Konitz - Sound Lee 06:38.
|Bob Goes The Leesel|
|Mean To Me|
|I'll Remember April|
|317 East 32nd|
|These Foollish Things|
|STLP 901||Lee Konitz||Jazz At Storyville (LP, Comp)||Storyville||STLP 901||US||1956|
|J 1275||Lee Konitz||Lee Konitz At Storyville (LP, Comp, Mono, Club)||Jazztone||J 1275||US||1957|
|PA-6002(M)||Lee Konitz||Jazz At Storyville (LP, Comp, RE)||Trio Records, Storyville||PA-6002(M)||Japan||1974|