8 thoughts on “ Sweet And Lovely (Original Trio Version, 1952) - Thelonious Monk - Monks Dream (CD, Album)

  1. Apr 29,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Thelonious Monk Quartet - Monk's Dream at Discogs. Complete your The Thelonious Monk Quartet collection/5(K).
  2. Dec 17,  · Album: Monk's Dream Year: Label: Columbia Thelonious Monk - piano Charlie Rouse - tenor sax John Ore - bass Frankie Dunlop - drums.
  3. This release contains the complete original LP Monk's Dream, which marks Thelonious Monk's first LP for Columbia, and which became his best-selling album ever. It features the pianist/composer performing a combination of his own tunes and his favorite standards, which he made his own/5().
  4. Par rapport à la version originale de MONK'S DREAM (Prestige trio la version originale complète ce disque en bonus pour pouvoir comparer), on est moins dans l'empressement. On prend son temps. Comme un paquebot qui prend le large en vitesse de croisière. Bright Mississippi est une nouvelle composition en forme d'Emmenthal. Pleine de /5().
  5. MONK’S BEST SELLING ALBUM EVER! INCLUDES 6 BONUS TRACKS 5 STARS DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE - 5 STARS ALL MUSIC GUIDE This release presents the complete original LP Monk’s Dream (Columbia CS), which marks Thelonious Monk’s first LP for Columbia, and which became his best-selling album ever. It features the pianist/composer performing a combination of his own .
  6. Monk's Dream is an album by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk that was released by Columbia Records in March It was Monk's first album for Columbia following .
  7. Thelonious Monk Trio is an album by American jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk. The album features his earliest recordings for Prestige Records, performing as a soloist with a rhythm section of bassist Gary Mapp, either Art Blakey or Max Roach on drums, and one track with Percy Heath replacing Mapp. It also contains the earliest recorded versions of the jazz standards "Blue Monk" and .
  8. 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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