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Live at the Half Note

Lennie Tristano Quintet

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Manhattan, 1964


Lennie Tristano performs for the CBS television at Manhattan's Half Note Club on June 6, 1964.


Lennie Tristano, piano
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Warne Marsh, tenor sax
Sonny Dallas, bass
Nick Stabulas, drums

Set List:

1 "Subconscious Lee"
2 "317 East 32nd Street"
3 "Background Music"

In this footage filmed for the CBS TV show "Look up and Live" narrated by Dr. William Hamilton, Lennie Tristano's Quintet are captured for the ages playing an historic set at the once famous jazz club.

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