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8 thoughts on “ Criss Cross - Thelonious Monk - The Complete Genius (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Released by Blue Note Japan, this double-disc set contains both volumes of the Genius of Modern Music albums recorded by Thelonious Monk in 19and released by the Blue Note label on 10" discs before the advent of the 12" LP. These CDs also contains all existing alternate and unreleased takes from those recording sessions.
  2. Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 2 by Thelonious Monk (Vinyl, Feb, Blue Note (Label)) $ New Monk's Music by Thelonious Monk/Thelonious Monk Quartet/Thelonious Monk Septet (Vinyl, Oct, Jazz Images).
  3. “Criss-Cross -- Thelonious Monk's Second Album For Columbia Records -- Features Some Of The Finest Work That Monk Ever Did In The Studio With His '60s Trio And Quartet. Whether Revisiting Pop Standards Or Reinventing Monk's Own Classic Compositions, Monk And Charlie Rouse (Tenor Sax), John Ore (Bass), And Frankie Dunlop (Drums) Exchange.
  4. Criss-Cross might be the "happiest" album in Monk's discography, all the tunes ring out with a certain joy and ebullience that is not always out front and center on his other tumbrofunpuwisgio.linkthandcreatnogigmechifootbarilomor.infoinfo of this has to be due to the growing connection that the players were experiencing, because let's face it, Monk's music could be challenging for even the most accomplished of musicians, and these guys are.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Criss-Cross on Discogs. Label: Columbia Limited Edition - LE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •/5(18).
  6. Complete Prestige 10" Collection by Thelonious Monk (Vinyl, Dec, 5 Discs, Craft Records) $ New Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 2 by Thelonious Monk (Vinyl, Feb, Blue Note (Label)).
  7. Dec 12,  · Thelonious Sphere Monk (October 10, – February 17, ) was an American jazz pianist and composer. Monk had a unique improvisational style and. Thelonious Monk Quartet: Thelonious Monk (p.
  8. Piano Solo is a album by jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk, recorded in Paris, France on June 4, , originally for a radio broadcast.. The original album was released on the French Disques Vogue label as a 10" LP. Several of the song titles were listed inaccurately on the original release, and Monk's first name included an extra 'o'.Label: Disques Vogue.

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