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Various - Lenox School Of Jazz Album Download

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Performer: Various
Title: Lenox School Of Jazz
Country: US
Released: 11 Nov 1959
Style: Bop, Free Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.7
Catalog #: S.O.J. 1/2
Label: Atlantic

Tracklist

1Ray´s Time
Composed By – Jimmy Giuffre
5:15
2To Thee, O Asphodel
Composed By – Bob Freedman
2:04
3Inn Tune
Composed By – M. Guryan
3:13
4Lone Ranger And The Great Horace Silver
Composed By – Gunther Schuller
5:20
5Jingles
Composed By – Wes Montgomery
3:25
6D.C. Special
Composed By – Kenny Dorham
4:47
7Blue Grass
Composed By – D. Kent
5:48
8Monk´s Sphere
Composed By – M. Guryan
4:20
9Stratusphunk
Composed By – George Russell
4:35
10Paul´s Pal
Composed By – Sonny Rollins
4:07
11The Sphinx
Composed By – Ornette Coleman
6:30


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RJD 513Various Featuring Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry And Kenny Dorham Various Featuring Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry And Kenny Dorham - Lenox School Of Jazz Concert, 1959 ‎(CD, Album, RE)Royal JazzRJD 513Europe1990
S.O.J. 1/2Ornette '59 Lenox School Of Jazz ‎(LP, Album, Club, Ltd)S.O.J.S.O.J. 1/2ItalyUnknown
064Ornette Coleman | Don Cherry | Jimmy Giuffre | Kenny Dorham Ornette Coleman | Don Cherry | Jimmy Giuffre | Kenny Dorham - The Lenox Jazz School Concert ‎(CD, Comp, RE)FreeFactory064Europe2009


Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneLenny Popkin (tracks: B4 to B6), Ornette Coleman (tracks: A5, B1, B4 to B6)
  • Alto Saxophone, FluteIan Underwood (tracks: B4 to B6)
  • Baritone SaxophoneUnknown Artist (tracks: A4)
  • BassJohn Keyser (tracks: B4 to B6), Larry Ridley (tracks: A5, B1), Unknown Artist (tracks: A4)
  • DrumsBarry Greenspan (tracks: A5, B1), Paul Cohen (tracks: B4 to B6), Unknown Artist (tracks: A4)
  • Ensemble [Lenox Student Group]Bill Evans-Connie Kay-Jim Hall Group (tracks: A2, A3), Gunter Schuller Group (tracks: A1), Herb Pomery Large Ensemble (tracks: B4 to B6), Jimmy Giuffre Group (tracks: B2, B3), Kenny Dorham Group (tracks: A4), Max Roach-John Lewis Group (tracks: A5, B1)
  • PianoDavid McKay (tracks: B4 to B6), Ron Brown (tracks: A5, B1), Steve Kuhn (tracks: A5, B1), Unknown Artist (tracks: A4)
  • ProducerNesuhi Ertegun
  • Tenor SaxophoneTed Carter (tracks: B4 to B6)
  • TromboneHerb Gardner (tracks: B4 to B6), Unknown Artist (tracks: A4)
  • Trombone, Bass TromboneDavid Baker (tracks: B4 to B6), Kent McGarity (tracks: A5, B1)
  • TrumpetDon Cherry (tracks: A5, B1), Herb Pomeroy (tracks: B4 to B6), Kenny Dorham (tracks: A4), Tony Greenwald (tracks: B4 to B6)
  • VibraphoneUnknown Artist (tracks: B4 to B6)


Notes

Berkshire Music Barn, Lenox School Of Jazz, Lenox, Mass., August 29, 1959

probably also with: Jimmy Giuffre, Gary McFarland, Al Kiger, Attila Zoller & Ran Blake

For those who are unfamiliar with this extraordinary recording, some history is warranted: the Lenox School of Jazz was started in l957 as somewhat of a summer camp for jazz students from around the world and was presided over by some of the cream of professional musicians, e.g. Bill Evans, John Lewis, Jimmy Giuffre, Dizzy Gillespie, Gunther Schuller, George Russell, Kenny Dorham, Max Roach, and many, many more. Each season would conclude with a benefit concert by the students and faculty. On August 29, 1959, the concert was recorded by an Atlantic Records engineer and privately issued on one LP – SOJ (School of Jazz) - that was later sold on a very limited basis as a fund-raiser. No art cover was produced. The records were issued is a plain paper sleeve. The student and faculty participants on the 11 tracks consist, in part, of Perry Robinson, Attila Zoller, Gary McFarland, Kenny Dorham, Steve Kuhn, Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, Jimmy Giuffre, and others. These are deep-groove engineer’s test pressings, which differ from standard test pressings in that they were circulated in-house only between the engineer, the producer, and company executives. The original plain sleeve is included, with “Nesuhi” written in the upper left corner (for Nesuhi Ertegun – producer and co-owner of Atlantic Records). The pressings are dated on the labels “11/11/59”, are in the typical Atlantic format, i.e. one side contains music from the concert and the other side contains unrelated music (for instance, Bobby Darin).


Companies

  • Recorded At – Berkshire Music Barn
  • Recorded By – Atlantic Records


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