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    1. Gardalmaran

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      The mystery and haunting angular beauty of Thelonious Monk's unadorned keyboard sides are the focus of Solo guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo if holding the history of jazz in his hands, Monk's solo recordings and performances from every phase of his career remain pure. The components of what made Monk such an uncompromising composer, arranger, and especially bandmember are evident in every note he plays.9/
    2. Dogis

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      Jul 16,  · Thelonious Monk was born on October 10, in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. When he was just four, his parents, Barbara and Thelonious, Sr., moved to New York City, where he would spend the next.
    3. Kilkis

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      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 Prestige at .
    4. Maucage

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      Sweet and lovely Lyrics: Sweet and lovely sweeter than the roses in May / Sweet and lovely heaven must have sent her my way / Skies above me never were as blue as her eyes / And she loves me, who.
    5. Nilkree

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      Find Thelonious Monk discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Thelonious Monk discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Thelonious Monk/Milt Jackson: Blue Note Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1.
    6. Mezijind

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      He handles classic Pop standards like “Dinah” and “Sweet And Lovely”, but beautifully executes his own compositions like the bluesy “North Of The Sunset”, “Ruby, My Dear” and “Monk’s Point”. If there is any album to own by Thelonious Monk, Solo Monk is clearly it/5(85).
    7. Yozshudal

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      Sweet and lovely sweeter than the roses in May Sweet and lovely heaven must have sent her my way Skies above me never were as blue as her eyes And she loves me, who would want a sweeter surprise When she nestles in my arms so tenderly There's a thrill that words cannot express In my heart a song of love is taunting me, melody, haunting me Sweet and lovely sweeter than the roses in May And she.
    8. Jugor

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      Thelonious Monk’s prestige work falls somewhere between ‘must have’ and just want. Monk’s recording career falls into four stages: His Blue Note years (), Prestige years (), Riverside years (), and Columbia years ().
    9. Grolkis

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      The first Thelonious Monk album for Columbia Records – and one of the best, as well – a beautiful illustration of the way that his shift in labels really set some new fire to his music in the early 60s! The group is Monk's sharp-edged quartet with the amazing Charlie Rouse on tenor, LP, Vinyl record album.

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