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John Lewis - Sensitive Scenery (1976) [2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000]

12-03-2015, 16:13
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John Lewis - Sensitive Scenery (1976) [2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000]

Artist: John Lewis
Title Of Album: Sensitive Scenery [Japan Jazz Collection 1000]
Year Of Release: 2014 (1976)
Label (Catalog#): Sony Music Japan [SICP 4051]
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz / Bop / Cool / Piano
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,.log) | Mp3
Bitrate: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps
Time: 39:55
Full Size: 434 MB | 168 MB (Scans)

Reissue. Comes with new liner notes. 2014 remaster. Available only for a limited period of time until March 20, 2015. Available as CD for the first time in the world. Overlooked solo work from John Lewis – a lesser-known, Japanese-only session that features the pianist in a relaxed trio setting! The mode here is as spacious as some of Lewis' more contemplative records – still very much wrapped up in that careful sense of tone and timing – but the overall feel is maybe more personal and spontaneous, as John takes the lead in the company of Connie Kay on drums and Michael Moore on bass. There's a nicely mature feel to the music – but mature in a way that gets past some of Lewis' too-serious modes of a decade or two previous – and titles include "Lela", "Sacha's March", "Visitor From Mars", "Natural Affection", and "Monday In Milan".


01 - Delauny's Dilemma
02 - Monday In Milan
03 - Natural Affection
04 - Visitor From Mars
05 - Two Degrees East Three Degrees West
06 - Lela
07 - Sacha's March
08 - A Time For Tears

John Lewis - piano
Michael Moore - bass
Connie Kay - drums

John Lewis - Sensitive Scenery (1976) [2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000]

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