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In A Mellow Tone

In A Mellow Tone
Wednesday May 1st, 2019 with Jean-Michel Labatut
Warne Marsh: for too long “The Unsung Cat”

There is an ever increasing interest in the life and music of the late jazz tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh. Many musicians, including Anthony Braxton and Mark Turner, consider him to be one of the most creative improvisers in the history of jazz music. We will cover some of his recordings showing the unique artistry of Warne Marsh.
Autumn In New York
Warne Marsh - Music For Prancing (1957) - VSOP
Playa Del Ray
Warne Marsh - Music For Prancing - VSOP
Dahoud
Warne Marsh - Live At Dana Point (1957) - VSOP
Limehouse Blues
Warne Marsh - Live At Dana Point - VSOP
S'Wonderful
Warne Marsh - Live At Dana Point - VSOP
Lennie's Pennies
Warne Marsh - Ne Plus Ultra (1969) - Hatology
317E. 32nd
Warne Marsh - Ne Plus Ultra - Hatology
Subconscious Lee
Warne Marsh - Ne Plus Ultra - Hatology
Blues In G Flat
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh Quartet At Storyville (1975) - Storyville
After You've Gone
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh Quartet At Storyville - Storyville
Confirmation
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh Trio At Storyville (1975) - Storyville
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh Trio At Storyville - Storyville
Without A Song
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh Trio At Storyville - Storyville
Wow
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh/Lee Konitz Quintet (1975) - Storyville
Sound-Lee
Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh/Lee Konitz Quintet - Storyville
Leave Me
Warne Marsh - Berlin 1980 (1980) - Gambit
And Then There's Music
Warne Marsh - Berlin 1980 - Gambit
Lady Be Good
Warne Marsh/Red Mitchel - Big Two Vol 1 (1980) - Storyville
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