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Bemsha Swing - Various - For The Love Of Monk

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  1. Check out Bemsha Swing by Thelonious Monk on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on alternative.coifynmeztijindgazan.infoinfo
  2. If you have a passing knowledge of Monk’s music you will recognise plenty of favourites here, many of which appeared on the Blue Note sessions just a few years before in less confrontational form; Bye-ya; Blue Monk; Trinkle Trinkle and Bemsha Swing being stand-outs. To hear Monk’s influence on his contemporaries, just listen to early Cecil.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of For The Love Of Monk on Discogs.5/5(1).
  4. Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants (PRLP ) is an album by Miles Davis, released on Prestige Records in Most of the material comes from a session on December 24, , featuring Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson, and had been previously released in the discontinued ten inch LP alternative.coifynmeztijindgazan.infoinfo: Jazz.
  5. For the Love of Monk Various Artists (Artist), Thelonius Monk Tribute (Artist), Charles Brown (Artist), Cedar Walton (Artist), Hank Jones (Artist), Charlie Rouse (Artist), Johnny Lytle (Artist), James Spaulding (Artist), Ron Carter / Houston Person (Artist), Kronos Quartet /5(2).
  6. Second in the series of Thelonious Monk releases produced by the his son, T.S. Monk, Monk Round the World presents seven live tracks of the seminal pianist performing in various European and U.S. locales. At this point it would be impossible to expect a Monk release to provide wholly new insights into the artist's music, but like its predecessor, Monk Round the World offers an intriguing.
  7. Jun 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Bemsha Swing · Caribbean Jazz Project · Dave Samuels Afro Bop Alliance ℗ Heads Up International, a .
  8. “Bemsha Swing” is a widely covered Thelonious Monk tune. We provide 2 of those covers (a big band version and one with a violin lead) – both different from the original. After some historical banter from DrJ, we trace Monk's own seminal recordings, starting with the first trio version from as well as his Riverside quintet version with Sonny Rollins and the famous Christmas Eve.

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