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released June 15, 2007

"Portology finds Lee Konitz - in collaboration with Ohad Talmor and the Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos - at the top of his individualistic musical game, blowing free on a marvelous set."
All About Jazz, 2007

A celebration of 50+ years of musical magic by jazz legend Lee Konitz in original arrangements realized by Ohad Talmor and featuring Portugal's dynamic Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos.

Lee Konitz: Alto Saxophone
Ohad Talmor: Conductor, Arranger, Musical Director

Woodwinds: José Luis, João Guimarães, João Pedro Brandão, Mário Santos, José Pedro Coelho, Rui Teixeira
Trumpet and Flugelhorn: Erick Poirier, Rogério Ribeiro, Susana Santos Silva, José Silva
Trombone: Michael Jousseein, Álvaro Pinto, Daniel Dias, Gonçalo Dias
Guitar: André Fernandes:
Piano: Carlos Azevedo and Pedro Guedes
Double Bass: Demian Cabaud
Drums: Mário Barreiros

Produced by Pedro Guedes and Ohad Talmor
Recorded by Nelson Carvalho at MB Estúdios
Assistant Engineer: Luis Miguel Nogueira
Mixed by James Farber at Sear Sound Studios
Assistant Engineer by Chris Allen
Mastered by Steve Fallone at Sterling Sound
Executive Produced by OJM and Frank Tafuri
Photos by Mário Santos, Carlos Azevedo and Frank Tafuri
Design by Frau Kranift


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OJM, is a non-profit organization whose main goal is to promote creation, research, education and public awareness in the area of Jazz. Founded in 1999 with the support of the Matosinhos City Council, today OJM plays the role of a National Jazz Orchestra. Combining international ambition with local community responsibility, OJM considers itself a pioneer in a largely unexplored territory. ... more

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