| Genre || Jazz || || || |
| Style || Bebop || Cool || Jazz Instrument || |
| Record Size || 12" || || || |
| Duration || LP || || || |
| Special Attributes || Limited Edition || Special Edition || || |
| Record Label || COLUMBIA/SONY RECORDS || || || |
| Release Year || LATE 90'S || || || |
| Country/Region of Manufacture || United States || || || |
| Speed || 33 RPM || || || |
| UPC || Does not apply || || || |
THELONIOUS MONK COLUMBIA SONY LIMITED EDITION LONG OUT OF PRINT VINYL SET - WERE RELEASED DECADES AGO BEFORE BARCODES WERE PLACED ON LP'S
TITLES ARE- CRISS-CROSS CL-2038 MONO ISSUE - SOLO MONK STEREO CS-9149 ISSUE - IT'S MONK TIME STEREO CS-08984 ISSUE - MONK'S BLUES STEREO PC-9805 ISSUE & MONK STEREO CS-9091 ISSUE - 5 TITLES - THIS IS A ONE TIME 2016 PRICE ON THIS SET
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MONK'S BLUES PC 9806 COLUMBIA/SONY STEREO ISSUE - Monk made idiosyncrasy a way of life and a way of music--all without artifice or cliché. He was unrepeatable and unforgettable. No one else sounds much like him, although I have a George Russell recording where Russell (more known as an arranger than a soloist) betrays some influence.
Monk is most known for his quartets, but this is a big band setting with multi-layered and swinging arrangements by Oliver Nelson. Yet Monk is still Monk: the use of space, always playing the melody, the long, inimitable arpeggios, the percussive sensibility, the serious playfulness and earnestness without being precious or pretentious.
Yes, Monk tended to play the same tunes repeatedly at this point in his career, but these renditions shine, nevertheless. Listen. Enjoy. Be thankful. Human are bestowed with the ability to manifest beauty.
1. Let's Cool One 2. Reflections 3. Little Rootie Tootie 4. Just a Glance at Love - Thelonious Monk, Macero, Teo 5. Brilliant Corners 6. Consecutive Seconds - Thelonious Monk, Macero, Teo 7. Monk's Point 8. Trinkle, Tinkle 9. Straight, No Chaser
MONK COLUMBIA/SONY RECORDS CS-9091 STEREO ISSUE - The familiar "formula" that Monk utilized throughout most of his '60s tenure at Columbia was firmly in place on this, his fourth album for the label. But that recipe--originals sprinkled with covers, played by a quartet of familiar sidemen (veteran tenor sax accomplice Charlie Rouse, newer compatriots Ben Riley on drums, and bassist Larry Gales)--proves deceptively facile on the expanded reissue of this 1965 album. While Gershwin's elegant "Liza" and the standard "April in Paris" are perfect fodder for the pianist's harmonic and rhythmic tweaking, his playful take on the children's song "That Old Man" ably demonstrates how the musician could recast even the most foursquare composition in his own likeness. Even more revealing is Monk's solo exploration of the hoary "I Love You (Sweetheart of My Dreams)," a performance where his left hand seems to mine the stride foundations of his beloved J.P. Johnson, while his right flits restlessly in a different half-century. Rouse takes rewarding turns in the spotlight on "Just You, Just Me" and "Pannonica" (the latter normally a Monk solo excursion),
THELONIOUS MONK – CRISS CROSS – Limited Edition – OUT OF PRINT PRESSING COLUMBIA SONY RECORDS CL-2038 MONO ISSUE.
CRISS CROSS - Cut in a series of sessions from late 1962 through early 1963, this album features Monk backed by his longtime sideman Charlie Rouse on tenor and rhythm men Frank Dunlop on drums and John Ore on bass. The material is basically standard Monk. Heard hear are such Monk standards as "Hackensack", "Rhythm-A-Ning", and a superior Monk solo on "Crepuscule With Nellie". Overall the performances are exciting and energetic, the title track "Criss-Cross" stands out. This is fairly typical Monk from his Columbia years. He has long since established his personal style, but he still has a fresh imagination and produces fantastic performances throughout. Charlie Rouse is in top form as well. He was Monk's main hornman from the late 50's through most of the 60's. His extended stay within the realms of Monk's compositions and accompaniment pays off in a singular musical understanding between the two. He was such a part of Monk's group sound that a few of these tracks would sound odd with another hornman playing them. This is very nearly a great Monk album, and is recommended to all fans, or those new to his music.
Track Listings1. Hackensack2. Tea for Two - Thelonious Monk, Caesar, Irving3. Criss-Cross4. Eronel5. Rhythm-A-Ning6. Don't Blame Me - Thelonious Monk, Fields, Dorothy7. Think of One8. Crepuscule With Nellie
IT'S MONK TIME COLUMBIA RECORDS CS-8984 STEREO ISSUE - Recorded in 1964 and one of the best Monk albums available from the CBS period. Personnel consists of Thelonious Monk (piano), Charlie Rouse (tenor sax), Butch Warren (bass) and Ben Riley (drums). Contains a great 9'55 version of 'Lulu's Back In Town'
1. Lulu's Back in Town - Thelonious Monk, Warren, Harry 2. Memories of You - Thelonious Monk, Blake, Eubie 3. Stuffy Turkey 4. Brake's Sake 5. Nice Work if You Can Get It - Thelonious Monk, Gershwin, George
6. Shuffle Boil
SOLO MONK COLUMBIA/SONY RECORDS STEREO CS 9149 ISSUE - The mystery and haunting angular beauty of Thelonious Monk's unadorned keyboard sides are the focus of Solo Monk. As if possessing the history of jazz in his hands, Monk's solo recordings and performances from every phase of his career remain pure.
I Surrender, Dear
Sweet And Lovely
North Of The Sunset
Ruby, My Dear
I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)
I Hadn't Anyone Till You
Everything Happens To Me
I Should Care
Ask Me Now
These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
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