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Lester "Prez" Young & Friends (Giants Of The Tenor Sax (1938-1944)) (LP, Comp, Mono).
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
Giants of the Tenor Sax: Lester "Prez" Young & Friends.
Label Category Country Year. Lester "Prez" Young & Friends (Giants Of CCL-7002 Various The Tenor Sax (1938-1944)) (LP, Comp, Commodore CCL-7002 US. Mono). Related Music albums to Lester "Prez" Young & Friends (Giants Of The Tenor Sax (1938-1944)) by Various. The Beatles With Tony Sheridan - What'd I Say, Kansas City Lupe Gonzalez Orchestra - Vamos A Kansas City, Corrido De Primitivo Garcia Kansas City Choral Ensemble - The Who - Freedom Palace Kansas City 1970 Bruce Springsteen - Live At Max's Kansas City Bennie Moten's Kansas.
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Lester Willis Young, nicknamed Prez, was born in Woodville, Mississippi, on August 27, 1909. Lester was taught how to play music by his father, Willis Handy Young, who was a very good musician in his own right. Lester was first taught to play the violin, the trumpet, and the drums. Several famous musicians including Charlie Parker, Dexter Gordon, and Al Cohn were greatly influenced by Young. A majority of the songs Young played while in the Basie band where 32 bar blues with an AABA structure. When he began recording on his own, he mixed together ballads, blues, and moderate and fast tempo AABA structured tunes. He gradually moved toward his famous soft tone that inspired, most notably, Stan Getz.
Lester Young – The Prez. The Great Jazz & Blues Tenor Saxophone Players. Herschel Evans, Eddie Miller & Lester Young. To many people the saxophone is synonymous with jazz. Lester Young considers him as the first president of the tenor saxophone. In 1969, Coleman Hawkins died after succumbing to the effects of pneumonia at age 64 and is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery at the Bronx. Sonny Rollins, the great tenor saxophonist says that Coleman was his greatest influence in his music. He was then drafted into the military in 1944 during World War II. He was court-martialed for being found in possession of drugs and alcohol and was dishonourably discharged in 1945 after serving a year in detention.
Lester Young, nicknamed Pres by legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday was, in his time, the undisputed president of the tenor saxophone.
Lester Young (1909-1959), the tenor saxophone virtuoso known to the world as "Prez," left an indelible mark on the Swing Era, first through his groundbreaking his work with the Count Basie Orchestra and other groups. Picking up where earlier tenor sax innovators left off, Frank Trumbauer and Coleman Hawkins in particular, Young developed a less aggressive approach, eschewing an intense and fiery style in favor of a relaxed, "cooler" but still flowing, dynamic and lyrical.
|A1||–Kansas City Six||Way Down Yonder In New Orleans|
|A2||–Kansas City Six||Countless Blues|
|A3||–Kansas City Six||Pagin' The Devil|
|A4||–Kansas City Six||I Want A Little Girl|
|A5||–Kansas City Six||Them There Eyes|
|A6||–Kansas City Five||Laughing At Life|
|A7||–Kansas City Five||Good Mornin' Blues|
|A8||–Kansas City Five||I Know That You Know|
|B1||–Kansas City Six||Three Little Words|
|B2||–Kansas City Six||Jo-Jo|
|B3||–Kansas City Six||Four O'Clock Drag|
|B4||–Kansas City Six||I Got Rhythm|
|B5||–Kansas City Six||Three Little Words No. 3 (Slow Version)|
|B6||–Kansas City Six||Four O'Clock Drag No. 2 (Long-Composition)|
|B7||–Kansas City Five||Love Me Or Leave Me|
|CCL-7002, CCD 7002||Various||Lester "Prez" Young & Friends (Giants Of The Tenor Sax (1938-1944)) (CD, Album)||Commodore, Commodore||CCL-7002, CCD 7002||US||1988|