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Rhapsody II

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All Music Guide - Ken Dryden
This follow-up to Rhapsody is another eclectic mix, with 19 tracks featuring the veteran alto saxophonist in various small group settings. Baritone sax great Gerry Mulligan and the leader flesh out an inspired duet of "Lover Man" and pianist Peggy Stern joins them for the spacy, extemporaneous "Trio #2." The brilliant flugelhornist Clark Terry is only featured on three very brief improvisations based on "Indiana," which is wasting a great talent. Konitz switches to soprano sax for a moody version of "You Don't Know What Love Is" with vocalist Sheila Jordan and bassist Harvie Swartz. This is an interesting but not essential CD that falls short of its namesake predecessor and ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Ken Dryden
This follow-up to Rhapsody is another eclectic mix, with 19 tracks featuring the veteran alto saxophonist in various small group settings. Baritone sax great Gerry Mulligan and the leader flesh out an inspired duet of "Lover Man" and pianist Peggy Stern joins them for the spacy, extemporaneous "Trio #2." The brilliant flugelhornist Clark Terry is only featured on three very brief improvisations based on "Indiana," which is wasting a great talent. Konitz switches to soprano sax for a moody version of "You Don't Know What Love Is" with vocalist Sheila Jordan and bassist Harvie Swartz. This is an interesting but not essential CD that falls short of its namesake predecessor and The Lee Konitz Duets Original Jazz Classics.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/13/1996
  • Label: Evidence
  • UPC: 730182215922
  • Catalog Number: 22159
  • Sales rank: 191,680

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lee Konitz Primary Artist, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Sheila Jordan Vocals
Gerry Mulligan Baritone Saxophone
John Scofield Guitar
Harvie Swartz Bass
Judy Niemack Vocals
Ben Allison Bass
Clark Terry Flugelhorn
Mark Feldman Violin
Peggy Stern Piano
Toots Thielemans Harmonica
Kenny Werner Synthesizer, Piano
Jeanfran├žois Prins Guitar
Jeff Williams Drums
Frank Wunsch Piano
Yuko Fujiyama Piano
Technical Credits
Lee Konitz Composer, Producer
Ben Allison Composer
Mark Feldman Composer
Katsuhiko Naito Engineer
Peggy Stern Composer
Yoichi Nakao Executive Producer
Jeff Williams Composer
Harvey Pekar Liner Notes
Yuko Fujiyama Composer
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