Thelonious Monk: Straight No Chaser. 1951

14 Straight No Chaser - Best of the Blue Note Years -Thelonious Monk

1951 | Blue Note Sessions | Thelonious Monk: Piano | Sahib Shihab: Alto Saxophone | Milt Jackson: Vibraphone | Al McKibbon: Upright Bass | Art Blakey: Drums

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Ryan Z
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Splendid!

Marianna Paulson
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Thanks for the musical interlude!

Spider Pc
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Pumping the volume for this one. Cannot say the same for much of the music of now. Sad times

Nadège G
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this is infectious stuff man…

gregg
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i think much of Monk’s early work is so urban sonic atmosphere oriented…one can hear city sounds in his work…amazing..

Anasuya
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bravo! and Lovely sax too.

norskiprincess
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reminds me of the time I was studying in Sorbonne…and there was this guy in our apartments who used to start his day with this. i am remembering him

K Wendling
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Certainly one of the standards that will survive the test of time. Monk is such an evolved musical soul!

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