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  1. CD: $ Laporta, john Most Min. Laporta, john. $ Songs. Sort by: BestsellingSong Title: A to ZSong Title: Z to AAlbum: A to ZAlbum: Z to ATime: Short to LongTime: Long to ShortPrice: Low to HighPrice: High to LowAvg. Customer ReviewRelease DateBestselling. of
  2. John La Porta* Theme And Variations (Album) 2 versions: Fantasy: Europe: Sell This Version: 2 versions: John La Porta*, Orquesta Casablanca, Walter Albrecht Sextet, Charlie Nagy Quintet John Laporta: Theme And Variations ‎ (CD, Album, Comp, RE) Fantasy: FCD US:
  3. He was not as well-known as Phil Woods or Tony Scott, but the Philadelphia-born alto saxophonist-clarinetist and educator John La Porta was one of the most versatile jazz artists to have emerged in the s and '50s (he worked as a sideman with Charles Mingus, Woody Herman, and Lennie Tristano). This CD contains two LPs that summarize La Porta's forward-thinking bebop and baroque-influenced 4/4(2).
  4. May 17,  · Got this by e-mail today: REMEMBERING JOHN LaPORTA By Len Dobbin The recorded legacy: WOODY HERMAN: "The Woody Herman Story" (Proper Box). La Porta's name begins to appear in the reed section on a date done on February 19, , one that included "Laura" and "Apple Honey" and through December 10/11, , the last record date done by "The First Herd", a date that included John.
  5. Theme and Variations by John LaPorta - CD () for $ from saylipywachopor.forspfinheartnunftestprabilaltelwarsrousna.infoinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Brand: Fantasy.
  6. This release contains John LaPortas complete Quintet, Quartet, Trio & Duo recordings, as leader, for Charles Mingus and Max Roachs Debut label - recorded between and This is the first time the master takes ever appear on CD.
  7. La Porta, John - Theme And Variations (Mega Blowout Sale) SKU FAN This is pretty damn great (but subtlely and quietly so, so don't expect it to shout its greatness at you!), very far-sighted jazz from that combines cool and even shadings of Jimmy Guiffre style 'quiet' with rigorous composition informed by modern classical (what would shortly later be called 'Third Stream').
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  9. The album was recorded for Savoy with 2 different groups – one's got Mingus leading John La Porta on alto, Teo Macero on tenor, and Mal Waldron on piano, and the other group's a quartet with Macero, Kenny Clarke, and Wally Cirillo. The set marks a strong shift for Mingus – into tightly composed tracks that arc out in complex lines, hinting.

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