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  2. Monk even led a successful big band at Town Hall in It was as if jazz audiences had finally caught up to Monk’s music. By , Monk had established a more or less permanent quartet consisting of Charlie Rouse on tenor saxophone, John Ore (later Butch Warren and then Larry Gales) on bass, and Frankie Dunlop (later Ben Riley) on drums.
  3. And Thelonious Monk’s name, appearance (he liked funny hats), and personality (an occasionally uncommunicative introvert) helped to brand him as some kind of nut. Fortunately, Alfred Lion of Blue Note believed in him and recorded Monk extensively during and
  4. Thelonious Monk, Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk: Who's Afraid of The Big Band Monk? (Vinyl) - tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders Vinyl, Double LP, January 1, $ — $ Vinyl $ 1 Used from $ 2 Collectible from $
  5. Format: 2LP: Condition: MINT (M) More Info Quantity: 1 in stock: Seller Ref: Ltd. Edition Gram Vinyl-Factory Sealed with Featuring Sticker-Gatefold 2 LP Set is Out of Print with 14 Tracks - Columbia/Scorpio Reissue KG
  6. Mar 15,  · MONK'estra, a big modern jazz band, celebrates Monk and other classic compositions, with a contemporary twist incorporating Afro-Cuban rhythms, modern jazz playing, hip hop and traditional big band instrumentation, along with originals by Beasley.
  7. Any Thelonious Monk album that kicks off with a seven-minute version of "Blue Monk" is worth listening to. Backed alternately by bassists Percy Heath and Gary Mapp and drummers Art Blakey and Max Roach, Monk unleashes his idiosyncratic piano lines against a spare backdrop. Beautifully rendered, the opening piece is a highlight of the album, oddly combining disharmonic riffs within a melodic.

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