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Lennie Niehaus - Vol.1 The Quintet flac album
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Vol.1 The Quintet
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Cool Jazz, Bop
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1175 mb
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Front cover lists album title as "Vol. Rear cover lists title as "Vol. Labels list title simply as "Lennie Niehaus". Recorded in Los Angeles, CA, July 2, 1954 (A3,A4,B2,B4) and July 9, 1954 (A1,A2,B1,B3). This is a high fidelity album which reproduces the full audible range of the music. An extremely natural sound is obtained by the use of the microphone, the new AKG (Akustische und Kinogerate), made in Austria in 1954. This is believed to be its first use for a jazz date.

The involvement of Kenton bandmembers familiar with one another lends an ease and excitement to the proceedings. These quintet sessions are West Coast jazz at its finest. Melodic tunes give plenty of air to the lyrical yet complex nature of much of the music coming from that region at the time, with no remnants of the cool jazz period. These 1954 sides stomp with swing, color, and style. Bebop is called upon for tempo and pace, while swing and hard bop are referenced as checkpoints.

1 The Quintet is a cool jazz music album recording by LENNIE NIEHAUS released in 1954 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 I Remember You A2 Whose Blues A3 Prime Rib A4 Inside Out B1 You Stepped Out Of A Dream B2 I'll Take Romance B3 Day By Day B4 Bottoms Up. Line-up/Musicians. Double Bass – Monty Budwig Drums – Shelly Manne Saxophone – Lennie Niehaus Saxophone – Bob Gordon Saxophone – Jack Montrose. Contemporary Records ‎– C-2513 (US).

Lennie Niehaus (born 11 June 1929) is an American alto saxophonist, arranger, and composer on the West Coast jazz scene. He has played with the Stan Kenton big band, and various other jazz bands on the West Coast of the . Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Lennie Niehaus Quintet, Vol. 1 Album. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Our awesome collection of. Promoted Songs.

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Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Vol 1 the Quintet (1954). Album by Lennie Niehaus. I Remember You. is a cover of. I Remember You by Jimmy Dorsey (1941).

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Original CD album in like new condition It was released on OJC/Fantasy in 2000. The disc is in like new condition. Read full description.

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A1 I Remember You
Composed By – Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger
A2 Whose Blues
Composed By – Lennie Niehaus
A3 Prime Rib
Composed By – Lennie Niehaus
A4 Inside Out
Composed By – Lennie Niehaus
B1 You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Composed By – Gus Kahn, Nacio Herb Brown
B2 I'll Take Romance
Composed By – Ben Oakland, Oscar Hammerstein II
B3 Day By Day
Composed By – Frank Skinner , Paul G. Smith
B4 Bottoms Up
Composed By – Lennie Niehaus

Companies, etc.

  • Designed At – Tri-Arts
  • Copyright (c) – Contemporary Records

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Robert Guidi
  • Double Bass – Monty Budwig
  • Drums – Shelly Manne
  • Liner Notes, Supervised By – Lester Koenig
  • Photography By [Cover Photo By] – William Claxton
  • Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – John Palladino
  • Saxophone [Alto] – Lennie Niehaus
  • Saxophone [Baritone] – Bob Gordon
  • Saxophone [Tenor] – Jack Montrose

Notes

Non deep groove press

First catalogue number on front cover, second on labels, third on rear cover

Recorded in Los Angeles, CA, July 2, 1954 (A3,A4,B2,B4) and July 9, 1954 (A1,A2,B1,B3)

'This is a high fidelity album which reproduces the full audible range of the music. An extremely natural sound is obtained by the use of the microphone, the new AKG (Akustische und Kinogerate), made in Austria in 1954. This is believed to be its first use for a jazz date. The AKG, a condensor microphone, is characterized by an almost flat response from 30 to 15,000 cycles. Custom made, noise-free, vinylite pressings insure accurate reproduction on high fidelity equipment. For best results use the new RIAA (equivalent to NARTB) standard playback curve' (rear sleeve).

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C-2513, C2513, C 2513 Lennie Niehaus Vol.1 The Quintet ‎(10", Album, Mono) Contemporary Records, Contemporary Records, Contemporary Records C-2513, C2513, C 2513 US 1954
VICJ-23112 Lennie Niehaus Vol. 1, The Quintets ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM) Contemporary Records VICJ-23112 Japan 1993
LAC 12167 Lennie Niehaus Vol. 1 'The Quintets' ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Vogue, Contemporary Records LAC 12167 UK 1959
LDC 120 Lennie Niehaus Vol.1 The Quintet ‎(10", Album) Vogue Records LDC 120 UK 1954
C3518, C 3518 Lennie Niehaus Vol.1 The Quintets ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Contemporary Records, Contemporary Records C3518, C 3518 US 1956