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Thelonius Monk, Charles Rouse, John Ore, Frankie Dunlop

Monk's Dream

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  • Thelonious Monk - Monk's Dream
  • 01. Monk's Dream (6:28)
  • 02. Body & Soul (4:30)
  • 03. Bright Mississippi (8:38)
  • 04. Five Spot Blues (3:17)
  • 05. Bolivar Blues (7:33)
  • 06. Just A Gigolo (2:30)
  • 07. Bye-ya (6:03)
  • 08. Sweet And Lovely (7:53)
  • Thelonius Monk - piano
  • Charles Rouse - saxophone
  • John Ore - double bass
  • Frankie Dunlop - drums
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Nr kat.: ORG1933
Label  : ORG (USA)
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Nr kat.: UDSACD2207
Label  : Mobile Fidelity

One of the Most Inventive Pianists of Any Musical Genre on Newly Remastered Hybrid SACD! With the arrival of Thelonious Sphere Monk, modern music—let alone modern culture--simply hasn’t been the same. Recognized as one of the most inventive pianists of any musical genre, Monk achieved a startlingly original sound that even his most devoted followers have been unable to successfully imitate. His musical vision was both ahead of its time and deeply rooted in tradition, spanning the entire history of the music from the “stride” masters of James P. Johnson and Willie “the Lion” Smith to the tonal freedom and kinetics of the “avant garde.” And he shares with Edward “Duke” Ellington the distinction of being one of the century’s greatest American composers. At the same time, his commitment to originality in all aspects of life—in fashion, in his creative use of language and economy of words, in his biting humor, even in the way he danced away from the piano—has led fans and detractors alike to call him “eccentric,” “mad” or even “taciturn.” Consequently, Monk has become perhaps the most talked about and least understood artists in the history of jazz. By 1961, Monk had established a more or less permanent quartet consisting of Charlie Rouse on tenor saxophone, John Ore (later Butch Warren and then Larry Gales) on bass, and Frankie Dunlop (later Ben Riley) on drums. In 1962, Monk had also signed with Columbia records, one of the biggest labels in the world, and in February of 1964 he became the third jazz musician in history to grace the cover of Time Magazine. "Monk's Dream is the Columbia Records debut release featuring the Thelonious Monk Quartet... the tight -- almost telepathic -- dimensions that these four shared has rarely been equalled in any genre... precious few musicians understood the layer upon layer of complexities and challenges that Monk's music created. On tracks such as 'Five Spot Blues' and 'Bolivar Blues,' Rouse and Dunlop demonstrate their uncanny abilities by squeezing in well-placed instrumental fills, while never getting hit by the unpredictable rhythmic frisbees being tossed about by Monk... Monk's Dream is recommended, with something for every degree of Monk enthusiast." -Lindsay Planer, allmusic.com "This important album, Monk's first after a long absence from the recording studio, is a stunning reaffirmation of his power as a performer and composer. It is a brilliant and absorbing program of five Monk originals and three standards (and they might just as well be originals, so startling is their transformation at his hands). This is a beautiful album in every respect, completely stimulating in each second of its more than 47 minutes." -Pete Welding, 5/5 Stars, Down Beat Musicians: Thelonious Monk, piano Charlie Rouse, tenor saxophone John Ore, bass Frankie Dunlop, drums