Monday, 16 May 2011

Live at Birdland - review: Lee Konitz Brad Mehldau.

Pianist Mehldau, SAX legend Konitz and Charlie-Hayden together sympathetic, even known to improvise all know took three song got a Blue Note session in 1997, when shown, it just helps Meadow map either. Is this fascinating live-setlist they are not necessarily completely unpremeditated,-with Paul Motian and drums add reconvene the. Alto sound sad and rather than hunting quest apparently unused austere music of spin was consistent Konitz intuitively can suggest when you are relaxing views of famous songs improvised. However, an ominous expansion of Konitz phrases melded his breathtaking solos Birdland lullabies, Sun, and step out (of pianist Nicky Hayden and might be expected, Motian sound than the dream team) dream is very attractive. The distortion Konitz imaginative architecture love too easy as the duo Rhapsody in autumn and classic sound, piano and saxophone on gets close to its. There is also a modest exercise exclusive: contains uptempo discussion of collective energy and puffs, 4-way. John Fordham

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