By George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly

One of the most overlooked giants of modern jazz, pianist Lennie Tristano (1919-1978) is largely forgotten these days, but he was one of the founding fathers of bebop, creating a unique sound and style, influencing everyone from Charlie Parker to students Dave Liebman and even rocker Joe Satriani. Read the full article here.

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