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Interview de Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk – After Hours At Minton’s (1941)

“Sometimes it’s to your advantage for people to think you’re crazy”

ON THE BEAN Coleman Hawkins Quartet-Thelonious Monk 1944 JAZZ!!

Jazz is freedom. You think about that.

Thelonious Monk

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‘Ro’Round Midnight – Thelonious Monk (1947)und Midnight – Thelonious Monk (1947)

Quotes About Thelonious Monk #1218680

Thelonious · Thelonious Monk The Best Of Thelonious Monk
℗ 1948 Blue Note Records Released on: 1991-01-01
Associated Performer, Piano: Thelonious Monk
Associated Performer, Trumpet: Idrees Sulieman
Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Danny Quebec West
Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Billy Smith
Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Gene Ramey
Associated Performer, Drums: Art Blakey
Producer: Alfred Lion
Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Doug Hawkins
Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ron McMaster
Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer,
Engineer: Malcolm Addey
Composer: Thelonious Monk

Quotes About Thelonious Monk #1003166

The first recording of ‘Ask Me Now’, recorded on July 23, 1951 for Blue Note records. Featuring Thelonious Monk – piano, Al McKibbon – bass, and Art Blakey – drums.

Thelonious Monk – Solo Monk (Full Album)

Miles Davis Meets Thelonious Monk | Essential Jazz
MILES DAVIS MEETS THELONIOUS MONK
01 Bags’ Groove (Take 1) 00:00
02 Bemsha Swing 11:14
03 Swing Spring 20:44
04 The Man I Love (Take 1) 31:28
Recorded in New York, December 24, 1954 • Digitally Remastered 2020 MILES DAVIS and the Modern Jazz Giants
Miles Davis – trumpet Milt Jackson – vibraphone
Thelonious Monk – piano Percy Heath – bass
Kenny Clarke – drums

Quotes About Thelonious Monk #1653497

Thelonious Monk – You are too beautiful
Recorded back in 1956.
Thelonious Monk-p, Oscar Pettiford -b and Art Blakey-d

Thelonious Monk ‎– Something In Blue 1971 [Full Album]
00:00 1. Blue Sphere 02:24 2. Hackensack 10:17 3. Nice Work If You Can Get It 15:28 4. Criss Cross 19:11 5. Something In Blue 25:49 6. Evidence 31:12 7. Jackie-ing 34:38 8. Nutty Label: Polydor Piano – Thelonious Monk Bass – Al McKibbon Drums – Art Blakey Engineer – John Timperley Producer – Alan Bates Written-By – Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane Five Spot 1957
The Thelonious Monk Quartet featuring John Coltrane at the Five Spot, probably late July or early August 1957.

John Prine – Hello In There (Live From Sessions at West 54th)

Thelonious Monk: piano John Coltrane: tenor saxophone Wilbur Ware: bass Shadow Wilson: drums
John Coltrane (ts), Thelonious Monk (p), Wilbur Ware (b), Shadow Wilson (d). rec. at Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, July, 1957.

Thelonious Monk Quartet, Johnny Griffin Complete Live at The Five Spot

THELONIOUS MONK – AT THE FIVE SPOT CAFE (1958)
Blue Monk (Live At The Five Spot / August 7, 1958)
Thelonious Monk Quartet

Thelonious Monk – Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960
01. Rhythm-a-Ning
02. Crepuscule with Nellie
03. Six in One
04. Well, You Needn’t
05. Pannonica (Solo)
06. Pannonica (Solo)
07. Pannonica (Quartet)
08. Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues-Aer
09. Light Blue
10. By and By (We’ll Understand It Better By and By)
11. Rhythm-a-Ning [Alternate]
12. Crepuscule with Nellie [Take 1]
13. Pannonica [45 Master]
14. Light Blue [45 Master]
15. Well, You Needn’t [Unedited]
16. Light Blue [Making Of]

Monk’s Dream is an album by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk that was released by Columbia Records in March 1963. It was Monk’s first album for Columbia following his five-year recording period with Riverside Records.
Musicians: Thelonious Monk – piano;
Charlie Rouse – tenor saxophone;
John Ore – bass; Frankie Dunlop – drums.

Track list:
1- Monk´s Dream 00:00
2- Body and Soul 6:28
3- Bright Mississippi 10:58
4- Five Spot Blues 19:36
5- Bolivar Blues 22:51
6-Just a Gigolo 30:24
7- Bye-Ya 32:54
8- Sweet and Lovely 38:57

Thelonious Monk Quartet
Zurich, Switzerland 02/26/1964
Charlie Rouse (ts)
Thelonious Monk (p)
Edward “Butch” Warren (b)
Ben Riley (d)

Thelonious Monk Quartet – ‘Round Midnight
Thelonious Monk(p) Charlie Rouse(ts) Larry Gales(b) Ben Riley(ds)
Recorded in Norway 1966 dvd “LIVE in ’66”

Thelonious Monk – Straight No Chaser (1967) (Full Album)
Bass – Larry Gales Drums – Ben Riley
Piano – Thelonious Monk Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse
Recorded: 1966-1967 Producer – Teo Macero
Artwork (Cover Assemblage) – Laszlo Kubinyi
A1 Locomotive 0:00 A2 I Didn’t Know About You 6:40
A3 Straight, No Chaser 13:32 B1 Japanese Folk Song 25:01
B2 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 41:44
B3 We See 49:21

Thelonious Monk – Underground (1968) (Full Album)
Bass – Larry Gales
Drums – Ben Riley
Piano – Thelonious Monk
Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse
Vocals – Jon Hendricks (tracks: B3)

Thelonious Monk ‎– Something In Blue 1971 [Full Album]
00:00 1. Blue Sphere
02:24 2. Hackensack
10:17 3. Nice Work If You Can Get It
15:28 4. Criss Cross
19:11 5. Something In Blue
25:49 6. Evidence
31:12 7. Jackie-ing
34:38 8. Nutty
Label: Polydor Piano – Thelonious Monk
Bass – Al McKibbon Drums – Art Blakey
Engineer – John Timperley Producer – Alan Bates
Written-By – Thelonious Monk

Sweet Lorraine Thelonious Monk  April 30, 1941–Hot Lips Page, Joe Guy, Benny Harris (tps),
Herbie Fields (cl/ts) Thelonious Monk (p) Nick Fenton (b) Kenny Clarke (d)

Body And Soul (Live In Milan / 1961)  Producer: Orrin Keepnews Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Ore Associated Performer, Drums: Frankie Dunlop Associated Performer, Piano: Thelonious Monk Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Charlie Rouse Composer: Edward Heyman Composer: Robert Sour Composer: Frank Eyton Composer: Johnny Green

Thelonious Monster feat. Tom Waits – Adios Lounge.

Blue Monk with Herbie Hancock & Ron Carter (1986)

https://youtu.be/PPx_y6XpoKI?list=RDPPx_y6XpoKI
Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker & Thelonious Monk – Relaxing With Lee | Motherless Brooklyn OST
Song:  Relaxing With Lee
Artists:  Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, Curly Russell, Buddy Rich

Trinkle, Tinkle · Thelonious Monk · John Coltrane Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane ℗ 1957 Riverside, Inc. Released on: 2010-01-01 Producer: Orrin Keepnews Associated Performer, Double Bass: Wilbur Ware Associated Performer, Drums: Shadow Wilson Associated Performer, Piano: Thelonious Monk Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: John Coltrane Composer: Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk Don’t Blame Me (Live in Denmark)
Thelonious Monk: piano Charlie Rouse: tenor saxophone Larry Gales: bass Ben Riley: drums

Miles Davis Quintet, Teatro dell’Arte, Milan, Italy, October 11th, 1964
Autumn Leaves 00:00 My Funny Valentine 15:07 All Blues 26:33 All of You 40:13 Joshua 50:47 The band: Miles Davis (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums)

Thelonious Monk / Sonny Rollins – The Way You Look Tonight (mono)

Album: Thelonious Monk Rencontre Sonny Rollins (1956) Barclay ‎– 84 080, Barclay ‎– 84080 French version of “Thelonious Monk / Sonny Rollins” (Prestige ‎– LP 7075, Prestige ‎– PRLP 7075) vinyl rip

Charlie Parker: The Complete Dean Benedetti Recordings of Charlie Parker. Charlie Parker (as) Thelonious Monk (p) Tommy Potter (b) Max Roach (d) Live “Onyx Club”, New York, July 11, 1948

Thelonious Monk is one of the greatest jazz musicians of all time and one of first creators of modern jazz and bebop. For much of his career, Monk played with small groups at Milton’s Playhouse. Many of his compositions have become jazz standards, including “Well, You Needn’t,” “Blue Monk” and “Round Midnight.”

Thelonious Monk: piano Charlie Rouse: tenor sax Nate Hygelund: bass Paris Wright: drums Philly Joe Jones: drums

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