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Andre Fernandes(Guitar),  Daniel Dias(Trombone),  Demian Cabaud(Bass),  Erick Poirier(Trumpet),  Jose Silva(Trumpet),  Lee Konitz(Sax (Alto)),  Mario Barreiros(Drums),  Michael Joussein(Trombone),  Pedro Guedes(Piano),  Erick Poirier(Flugelhorn),  Jose Silva(Flugelhorn),  Mario Santos(Reeds),  Rui Teixeira(Reeds),  Ohad Talmor(Arranger),  Ohad Talmor(Producer),  Pedro Guedes(Producer),  Frank Tafuri(Executive Producer),  Frank Tafuri(Photography),  Frau Kranift(Design),  James Farber(Mixing),  Lee Konitz(Composer),  Mario Santos(Photography),  Ohad Talmor(Composer),  Ohad Talmor(Conductor),  Steve Fallone(Mastering),  Ohad Talmor(Musical Direction)

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The great alto saxophone master Lee Konitz joins Portugal's Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos directed by Ohad Talmor for this studio session of progressive big band music that is consistently surprising and original. Konitz is given quite a bit of solo space, surrounded by an expansive-sounding band that is clearly influenced by the precepts of Oliver Nelson, Gil Evans, and their European counterparts and disciples. There are four stand-alone compositions and two large suites, all written and arranged by Talmor save Konitz's famous hard bop piece Sound Lee. The three-part medley tribute to Ornette Coleman, Ornetty, is rhythmically spastic, up and down dynamically, and skittish melodically, and it has a somber middle section in remembrance of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. The five-section Rhythm Sweet is split into short snippets in a mainstream jazz style, ranging from straight to easy swinging, with To Be or Not To sounding similar to the standard Mean to Me. A darker, stealth guitar-fed motif, film noir section punctuated by the piquant, tart-sweet alto of Konitz, and back-to-bop finale show a wide range of latter jazz tradition for the remaining three fragments. June '05 is the most atmospheric composition of the date, slightly suggestive of a waltz and featuring a Gil Evans-like style, while the lengthy Relative Major has a distinct classical European flavor, introduced by clarion calls merging into light blues and a late-night street-smart aesthetic. High and low woodwinds and brass contrast moodily for the pensively beautiful A New Ballad, a standout piece for those who enjoy the lower sonic range of a jazz orchestra. The consistent electric guitar of Andre Fernandes is a unique voice aside from the 14-piece horn section. This musically strong recording, which will be an obscurity for even the staunchest jazz listener or fan of Konitz, should be paid attention to as one of the more remarkable recordings released in 2007. ~ Michael G. Nastos, Rovi

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  • 01. Sound Lee (07:25)
  • 02. June 2005
  • 03. New Ballad (09:19)
  • 04. Ornetty (04:41)
  • 05. September 11th (03:34)
  • 06. Ornetty (part 2) (00:54)
  • 07. Dante (03:32)
  • 08. To Be Or Not To Be (02:54)
  • 09. Fragmente (03:33)
  • 10. Tempo Di Lee (01:46)
  • 11. Moderato (01:43)
  • 12. Relative Major

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