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Epistrophy - Various - Interpretations Of Monk (CD, Album)

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  1. "Ran Blake's re-interpretations of 12 Thelonious Monk songs and four standards that Monk enjoyed playing are quite different than everyone else's. He states the basic melody but, rather than improvising off the chord changes, Blake's flights on these solo piano performances stay close to the mood of the melodies, alternating silence with.
  2. AllMusic Review by Adam Greenberg. As another portion of the Legends of Jazz series, Eclipse released Epistrophy (or "Epitrophy" as the misprinted label states) as the installment pertaining to Thelonious Monk. The album is basically a collection of performances, recorded circa or , of a basic jazz quartet, headed by the genius of modern music himself.
  3. Nov 26,  · Epistrophy - All compositions by Thelonious Monk except as indicated. Recorded on November 1, at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University, New York City.
  4. Epistrophy is an album of solo piano performances of material written by, or associated with, Thelonious Monk by the American jazz pianist Ran Blake recorded in and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
  5. After two-years interval, Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan made public of their second album, “Epistrophy.” Culled from the same vanguard dates with “Small Town,” their look and carriage seem to be similar with those in the first album. Even their picked-up tunes have several similarity with the former one, like they are twin sisters/5(27).
  6. Jan 16,  · 2 New Albums Confirm Thelonious Monk's Genius As A Composer Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews two new interpretations of Monk's complete works: Monk's Dreams, by pianist Frank Kimbrough, and.
  7. Jul 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Thelonious Monk Epistrophy YouTube John Coltrane - My Favorite Things () (Full Album) - Duration: Jazz Time with Jarvis X 1,, views.

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