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Warne Marsh: Coast To Coast (CD: Lone Hill Jazz)Warne Marsh: Coast To Coast (CD: Lone Hill Jazz)
This CD contains two consecutive trio/quartet studio albums by tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh, in their entirety: “Warne Marsh” (1958), recorded in New York; and “Music for Prancing” (1957), recorded in Los Angeles. Marsh is often cited as one of the founders of ‘cool jazz’, but as these albums prove that didn’t mean either smooth or lacking in swing.

Personnel : Warne Marsh - tenor sax on all tracks, plus: Ronnie Ball (p), Paul Chambers or Red Mitchell (b),Philly Joe Jones, Paul Motian or Stan Levey (d). (Discovery Records) 


Price:  £11.99 


Warne Marsh Quartet: Music For Prancing (CD: Mode/ VSOP)
 


Price:  £11.99 

Warne Marsh Quartet: Music For Prancing (CD: Mode/ VSOP)


Warne Marsh Quartet: Live At Dana Point, 1957 (CD: VSOP, 2 CDs)Warne Marsh Quartet: Live At Dana Point, 1957 (CD: VSOP, 2 CDs)
 


Price:  £18.99 


Warne Marsh & Lee Konitz: Two Not One (Storyville, 4 CDs)
A great 4 CD Box Set, featuring amazing sessions recorded by two Lennie Tristano ‘pupils’ : Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz - recorded in 1975.

December 1975 was a busy month for both of them. It was Warne Marsh’s first visit to Europe. They played December 3,4 & 5 at the Montmartre club in Copenhagen and came back on the 27th and played yet another concert there. They were at Rosenberg studio December 28 and 29 for further recordings. All dates were recorded and the result can be heard on this 4 CD box. They were accompanied by the Danish musicians Ole Kock Hansen (p) Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (b) and Alex Riel (dr) and for the later sessions with Dave Cliff (g) Peter Ind (b) and Alan Lewitt (dr). (Discovery Records) 


Price:  £21.99 

Warne Marsh & Lee Konitz: Two Not One (Storyville, 4 CDs)


Warne Marsh: Marshlands (CD: Storyville)Warne Marsh: Marshlands (CD: Storyville)
This 71-minute CD is compiled from seven Storyville CD's, recorded live and in the studio in Copenhagen and Stockholm between 1975 and 1980. Of the 13 tunes, three feature Lee Konitz on alto sax, three are duo numbers with bassist Red Mitchell, and three are accompanied by the Kenny Drew trio. Warne Marsh's main influences were pianist Lennie Tristano and saxophonists Charlie Parker and Lester Young. The music on this CD lacks ego - "I let the music play me", said Marsh, and he follows an exact musical line of thought while playing.

Regarding Warne Marsh, British jazz journalist Alun Morgan said: "Music such as this is the very essence of jazz." (Storyville Records) 


Price:  £13.99 


Warne Marsh Quartet: Ne Plus Ultra (CD: hatOLOGY)
It’s hard to understand why Warne Marsh was so neglected during his lifetime. It’s harder still to substantiate the charges with which his music was branded – cerebral, cold, unemotional, uninvolving. This album alone, one of his best, should have been enough to put such absurd slurs to rest. The music on Ne Plus Ultra is intimate, warm, passionate, risky. There is much beauty to be shared. (Art Lange- HatHut Records) 


Price:  £15.99 

Warne Marsh Quartet: Ne Plus Ultra (CD: hatOLOGY)

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