Two Not One

Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh

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The cumulative impression of this reissue of alto saxophonist Lee Konitz and tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh recording made in Copenhagen in the 1975 is one of exceptional creativity. Both men were masters of the art of never repeating themselves and a set of this scope really brings the point home.

Konitz and Marsh had by this stage of their respective careers taken their interest in music to a point which for the time at least was scarce amongst jazz musicians. It is amazing music from the two Lennie Tristano pupils.

Lee Konitz – Alto Saxophone
Warne Marsh – Tenor Saxophone

Tracklist

1.
Karey's Trance
06:00
2.
Foolin' Myself
05:50
3.
Sound-Lee
08:10
4.
Two Voice Invention No. 1, Allegro
01:00
5.
Two Not One
06:55
6.
Darn That Dream
05:00
7.
317 East 32nd Street
08:15
8.
Two Voice Invention No. 13, Allegro tranquillo
01:10

Total time: 00:42:20

Additional information

Label

SKU

2XHDST1081

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Analog Recording Equipment

Nagra-T

Analog to Digital Converters

Horus and Hapi, Merging Technologies

Mastering Engineer

Rene LaFlamme, Transfer from Analog Master Tape to DSD 256

Original Recording Format

Producer

Arnvid Meyer

Recording Engineer

Ivar Rosenberg

Recording Location

Jazzhus Montmartre on December 27, 1975

Recording Software

Pyramix, Merging Technologies

Recording Type & Bit Rate

Analog

Release Date August 18, 2017

Press reviews

AllMusic 10 out of 5

Two Not One combines the contents of previously issued Storyville albums of Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz.

With both saxophonists having studied with Lennie Tristano, his stamp is unmistakable, in their playing, compositions, and choice of repertoire.

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