Bill Evans, Ahmad Jamal, Phil Woods, Thelonious Monk, Johnny Griffin, Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington - Jazz Shots From The East Coast, Vol. 1 FLAC album
Title: Jazz Shots From The East Coast, Vol. 1
Style: Bop, Swing, Post Bop, Big Band, Cool Jazz
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Bill Evans, Ahmad Jamal, Phil Woods, Thelonious Monk, Johnny Griffin, Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington - Jazz Shots From The East Coast, Vol. 1 (DVD-V, Mono). All Electronic Hip Hop Jazz Rock Reggae Funk, Soul Blues Non-Music Pop Classical Children's Folk, World, & Country Stage & Screen.
Jazz Shots From The East Coast, Vol. 1. Bill Evans, Ahmad Jamal, Phil Woods, Thelonious Monk, Johnny Griffin, Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington. 0 0 0. Live at the Jazz Plaza Festival 1985. The Big Band Feeling. The Cocoanuts, Monkey Business.
Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington is an album by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk that was released by Riverside in 1956. It was also released under the title Thelonious Monk Plays the Music of Duke Ellington. The album contains Monk's versions of songs by Duke Ellington. The album was reissued by Riverside on March 27, 2007, in the United States and on April 16, 2007, in the United Kingdom.
As with Vol. 2 in this series, the information on the back cover of this DVD is for the Jazz Shots from the East Coast, Vol. 3 disc in this series. Thus, if you got the wrong packaging, well, the information is on the actual disc so go there. The Dave Brubeck Quartet start off the fun with Paul Desmond from Vol. 2 back again, and they give us "Take Five," "Castilian Blues" and "(It's a) Raggy Waltz" followed by the Jimmy Giuffre 3 featuring Jim Hall on "The Train and the River . Johnny Richards arranges Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's "Maria" while Bill Holman is back to arrange "Limehouse Blues.
Monk is the jazz composer after Duke Ellington, which is particularly remarkable as Ellington composed more than a thousand pieces, whereas Monk wrote about 7. .The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz was established in 1986 by the Monk family and Maria Fisher. Its mission is to offer public school-based jazz education programs for young people around the globe, helping students develop imaginative thinking, creativity, curiosity, a positive self-image, and a respect for their own and others' cultural heritage.
Plays Duke Ellington '1955. (00:04:37) Thelonious Monk - It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing). 2. (00:04:28) Thelonious Monk - Sophisticated Lady. 3. (00:05:53) Thelonious Monk - I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good. 4. (00:03:23) Thelonious Monk - Black and Tan Fantasy. 5. (00:03:13) Thelonious Monk - Mood Indigo. 1955 - Plays Duke Ellington/cover/TM Plays Duke ins. 1955 - Plays Duke Ellington/cover/TM Plays disc. 1955 - Plays Duke Ellington/folder. 1955 - Plays Duke Monk - Plays Duke Ellington. 1955 - Plays Duke Ellington/ - . 0.
Track Selection: Caravan Artists Thelonious Monk (p) Oscar Pettiford (b) Kenny Clarke (d) recorded Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 21 & 27, 1955 Music Monk reinvents Ellington's classic and the three swing like something else. Adventures in collecting "modern jazz": the classical music of America from the Fifties and Sixties, on original vinyl, on a budget, from England. And writing about it, since 2011. Thelonious Monk: plays Duke Ellington (1955) UK Riverside. This was the first jazz LPs I ever bought. It made Duke Ellington’s music quite difficult to appreciate later on. Reply. Pingback: Thelonious Monk The Unique Thelonious (1956) London/ Riverside Johnson's Jazz Box. vinyltim on August 14, 2012 at 07:17.
Jazz artists from the East Coast get their due with this remarkable collection of performances. This volume includes such legends as the Bill Evans Trio impressing with "Up with the Lark" and "Waltz for Debby"; the Ahmad Jamal Trio doing "Darn That Dream" and "Ahmad Blues"; Oscar Peterson playing the "Newport Blues"; Duke Ellington performing "Sophisticated Lady," "Moon Indigo" and "Take the A Train"; and more.
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|1||–Bill Evans Trio*||Up With The Lark
Written-By – J. Kern*, L. Robin*
|2||–Bill Evans||I Loves You Porgy
Written-By – D. Heyward*, G. Gershwin/I. Gershwin*
|3||–Ahmad Jamal Trio||Darn That Dream
Written-By – E. Delange*, J. Van Heusen*
|4||–Ahmad Jamal Trio||Ahmad's Blues
Written-By – A. Jamal*
|5||–Phil Woods Quartet*||My Old Flame
Written-By – A. Johnston*, S. Coslow*
|6||–Thelonious Monk Trio||Blue Monk
Written-By – T. Monk*
|7||–Johnny Griffin||Monk's Dream
Written-By – T. Monk*
|8||–Oscar Peterson||Place St. Henri
Written-By – O. Peterson*
|9||–Duke Ellington||Mood Indigo
Written-By – B. Bigard*, D. Ellington*
|10||–Duke Ellington||Sophisticated Lady
Written-By – D. Ellington*, I. Mills*, M. Parish*
|11||–Duke Ellington||Take the A Train
Written-By – B. Strayhorn*
Written-By – C. Lloyd*
|13||–Keith Jarrett||Passin' Thru
Written-By – C. Lloyd*
|14||–Jimmy Smith Trio||Mack the Knife
Written-By – B. Brecht*, K. Weill*, M. Blitzstein*
|15||–Oscar Peterson||Yours Is My Heart Alone
Written-By – Franz Lehár
|16||–Roland Kirk||Untitled Blues||2:27|
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