Tenor Saxophone – Lester Young (tracks: A1 to B2). Notes. This Is A Reissue From Onyx Records (3) (Horst Omnimert) Is A Pseudonym For Lasse Werner.
Lester Young is heard with two separate rhythm sections during two 1956 broadcasts recorded in Europe. Although the fidelity is somewhat muddy, Young's rich tone is very distinct during the first four tracks, where he is joined by pianist Lasse Werner, bassist Al King, and drummer Lex Humphries.
Pres and Teddy is a 1959 jazz studio album by The Lester Young and Teddy Wilson Quartet. Originally released by Verve, it has subsequently been reissued on CD by Verve, Universal Japan and Lonehill Jazz. Recording a January 1956 reunion session between Young and Wilson, the album includes six standard swing jazz songs with one original composition, "Pres Returns.
Lester Leaps In. Your browser does not support the audio element. These Foolish Things. There Will Never Be Another You. Leter's European Blues.
Lester Willis Young (August 27, 1909 – March 15, 1959), nicknamed "Pres" or "Prez", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and occasional clarinetist. Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie's orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument
|Lester Leaps In||9:44|
|These Foolish Things||3:26|
|There'll Never Be Another You||6:35|
|Lester's European Blues||9:14|
|Lullaby Of Birdland||3:54|
|Polka Dots And Moonbeams||2:17|
|Lester Leaps In||1:44|
|2310 340||Lester Young||Prez In Europe (LP, RE)||Polydor||2310 340||Germany||1974|
|2344 044||Lester Young||Prez In Europe (LP)||Polydor||2344 044||UK||1974|
|ORI 218||Lester Young||Prez In Europe (LP, Mono)||Onyx Records||ORI 218||US||1974|
|2310 340||Lester Young||Prez In Europe (LP, Promo, RE)||Polydor||2310 340||Germany||1974|
|HCD 7054||Lester Young||Prez In Europe (CD, Album, Mono, RE)||HighNote Records, Inc.||HCD 7054||US||2002|