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Brilliant Corners - Thelonious Monk - Whos Afraid Of The Big Band Monk? (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Big Band and Quartet in Concert by Thelonious Monk (Vinyl, Jun, Org Music) $ New Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1 by Thelonious Monk (CD, Apr, Blue Note (Label)).
  3. The majority of the contents of the first 4 of these five LPs were released, sequenced mostly in order, on a Prestige double-LP compilation in , PR/PRT , Thelonious Monk. The exception was the take of "Think of One" selected; on the compilation, Take 1 .
  4. 'Brilliant Corners' is the definitive Monk album with four of the five tracks original Monk compositions all digitally remastered for optimum listening. On CD two we have also included the album 'Thelonious Himself' which includes one of Monk's most famous tracks 'Round Midnight' and features John Coltrane on sax/5(8).
  5. Thelonious Monk Brilliant Corners on LP During his early years, Thelonious Monk was considered one of the “most challenging, provocative and disturbing figures in modern music.” His music was regarded as difficult to listen to and understand, causing many fans initially to shy away from trying to “dig Monk.”.
  6. Jan 08,  · The attempted piece was Brilliant Corners, which became the album’s title. One look at the song’s chart explains it. One look at the song’s chart explains it. Unlike a typical blues made up of three parts, eight bars each, this is a bar blues, grouped into three parts with bars.
  7. Jan 14,  · By all means pick up Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonius Monk when you have a chance. Some real workouts on Monk standards and Johnny Griffin is blowing all over it too. It's on Atlantic and it's considered to be a Messengers release as opposed to a Monk release.
  8. Who's Afraid of the Big Band Monk?, a Compilation of songs by Thelonious Monk. Released in September on Columbia (catalog no. KG ; Vinyl 12"). Featured peformers: Thelonious Monk (piano), Leonard Feather (liner notes).

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