|A2||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes||4:30|
|B1||Let`s Call This||5:00|
|B2||Think Of One (Take Two)||5:40|
|B3||Think Of One (Take One)||5:50|
|LP 7053||Thelonious Monk||Thelonious Monk (LP, Comp, Mono, RM)||Prestige||LP 7053||US||1956|
|PR 7363, PRT-7363||Thelonious Monk||The Golden Monk (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 7363, PRT-7363||US||1972|
|VICJ-2027||Thelonious Monk||The Thelonious Monk Quintet (CD, Mono)||Prestige||VICJ-2027||Japan||1996|
|PR 7363, Prestige 7363||Thelonious Monk||The Golden Monk (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige, SABA||PR 7363, Prestige 7363||Germany||Unknown|
|OJC-016, P-7053||Thelonious Monk with Sonny Rollins and Frank Foster||Thelonious Monk with Sonny Rollins and Frank Foster - Monk (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||OJC-016, P-7053||US||1982|
Tenor Saxophone – Frank Foster (tracks: A1 to A4), Sonny Rollins (tracks: B1 to B3). Trumpet – Ray Copeland (tracks: A1 to A4). Written-By – Thelonious Monk (tracks: A1, A3 to B3). Notes. Side A recorded May 11, 1954 Side B recorded November 13, 1953. Reissue of Prestige 7053. Main artist as "Thelonious Monk Quintet" on labels. Matrix, Runout: Side 1: OJC 016 A-T1-. Matrix, Runout: Side 2: OJC (Scratch Out 015) 016B -T1- IT.
Thelonious Monk and Sonny Rollins is an album by jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk and saxophonist Sonny Rollins released in 1954 on the Prestige label, catalogue 7075. The album is culled from the results of three recording sessions over a span of close to twelve months featuring different personnel.
Monk (also re-released as Wee See and The Golden Monk) is an album by jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk recorded for the Prestige label and performed by Monk with two quintets, one featuring Julius Watkins, Sonny Rollins, Percy Heath, and Willie Jones and one featuring Ray Copeland, Frank Foster, Curly Russell, and Art Blakey.
Thelonious Monk's Prestige recordings (reissued on three LP-length CDs) have been somewhat neglected through the years but, with the exception of a date for Vogue, they are the only documentation that exists of the unique pianist-composer's work as a leader during the latter half of 1952 through 1954. This set has four numbers (including Monk's originals "Wee See," "Locomotive" and the catchy "Hackensack") featuring Monk with trumpeter Ray Copeland (an underrated player), tenor saxophonist Frank Foster, bassist Curly Russell and drummer Art Blakey.
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Thelonious Monk – piano Gary Mapp – bass Art Blakey – drums (A1 through A4) Max Roach – drums (B1 through B4). Recorded at Van Gelder Studio in Hackensack, NJ; October 15, 1952 (A1 to A4) and December 18, 1952 (B1 to B4). Disc 2: Thelonious Monk Quintet Blows For LP Featuring Sonny Rollins. Side A. 1. Let’s Call This 2. Think Of One. Side B. Friday The Thirteenth. Personnel: Thelonious Monk – piano Sonny Rollins – tenor saxophone Julius Watkins – French horn Percy Heath – bass Willie Jones – drums.
Bye-Ya Thelonious Monk, piano Gary Mapp, bass Art Blakey, drums. Friday the 13th Sonny Rollins, tenor sax Julius Watkins, French horn Thelonious Monk, piano Percy Heath, bass Willie Jones, drums. Hackensack Thelonious Monk, piano Gene Ramey, bass Art Blakey, drums. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Jerome Kern) Thelonious Monk, piano. Album focus - Brilliant Corners-Thelonious Monk (1917-1982). See all episodes from Composer of the Week. Thelonious Monk With Sonny Rollins And Frank Foster.