Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Quartet – All The Things You Are (1953)

Lee Konitz & Gerry Mulligan Quartet´s version of the classic All The Things You Are  is from the album Konitz Meets Mulligan, released on Passific Records in 1953.

A simply wonderful pairing of idiosyncratic talents. [source]

Generally considered one of the driving forces of Cool Jazz, Konitz has also performed successfully in bebop and avant-garde settings. Konitz was one of the few altoists to retain a distinctive sound in the 40s, when Charlie Parker exercised a tremendous influence on other players. Konitz, like other students of pianist and theoretician Lennie Tristano, was noted for improvising long, melodic lines with the rhythmic interest coming from odd accents, or odd note groupings suggestive of the imposition of one time signature over another. [source]

Too Marvelous For Words / Lover Man / I’ll Remenber April / These Foolish Things /
All The Things You Are / Bernie’s Tune / Almost Like Being In Love / Sextet / Broadway /
I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me / Lady Be Good / Lady Be Good (Alternate Take)


Lee Konitz – Alto Saxophone
Gerry Mulligan – Baritone Saxophone
Carson Smith – Bass (tracks 1- 9)
Joe Mondragon – Bas (tracks 10 – 12)
Larry Bunker – Drums
Chet Baker – Trumpet


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