4 thoughts on “ Monk In Harlem - Dollar Brand - Blues For A Hip King (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. 'Monk's Blues' was panned by the critics when it was originally issued in and although some of Oliver Nelson's arrangements are not ideal for Monk there's much to enjoy on this album. Highlights of the eleven tracks include 'Straight No Chaser' with exuberant solos from Monk & Rouse and an impressive solo piano version of ''Round Midnight'.4/5(28).
  3. Ending the album is Gigi Gryce's minute 'Blues For Tomorrow' with Monk absent. This OJC remastered edition of 'Monk's Music' with notes by author Ashley Kahn and producer Orrin Keepnews is an absolutely essential album for any Monk, Trane or Hawkins enthusiast/5(92).
  4. Five Spot Blues" was called "Blues Five Spot" and first appeared on the album Misterioso, which was recorded in concert at the Five Spot Cafe in New York in and released by Riverside. " Monk's Dream", [4] "Bye-Ya", [5] and "Sweet and Lovely" were recorded for .

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