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Straight No Chaser (1970) - Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk (CD)


1989
Label: Fabbri Editori - JT-052 • Series: Jazz Time (3) - 52 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Jazz •
Straight No Chaser (1970) - Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk (CD)

This album's version of one of Monk's most famous songs, "Straight, No Chaser," runs over 11 minutes and includes a slew of incredible solos by the entire ensemble. The extremely extended "Japanese Folk Song (Kojo no Tsuki)," running at almost 17 minutes, never becomes worn and tired thanks to its intriguing melodic structures/5(96).

This album's version of one of Monk's most famous songs, "Straight, No Chaser," runs over 11 minutes and includes a slew of incredible solos by the entire ensemble. The extremely extended "Japanese Folk Song (Kojo no Tsuki)," running at almost 17 minutes, never becomes worn and tired thanks to its intriguing melodic structures/5(94).

Thelonious Monk's "Straight, No Chaser" is one of those few. Although I love Monk's work with John Coltrane, I believe that this is his warmest, most accessible album. Monk's angular, overtly logical piano playing can come across cold or distant at times. Here, that's not /5(85).

Straight, No Chaser is the sixth studio album Thelonious Monk recorded for Columbia records, released in The album was reissued on CD in , including restored versions of previously abridged performances and three additional tracks. Track listing. All song by Thelonious Monk unless otherwise noted Side One "Locomotive" –

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2 thoughts on “Straight No Chaser (1970) - Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk (CD)”

  1. This album's version of one of Monk's most famous songs, "Straight, No Chaser," runs over 11 minutes and includes a slew of incredible solos by the entire ensemble. The extremely extended "Japanese Folk Song (Kojo no Tsuki)," running at almost 17 minutes, never becomes worn and tired thanks to its intriguing melodic structures/5(99).

  2. Straight, No Chaser is undeniably one of those classics, and finds Monk in the good company of his long-time companions--Charlie Rouse, Larry Gales, and Ben Riley. For this CD, reissue producer Orrin Keepnews has added approximately 25 minutes of never-before-heard Monk, meticulously re-editing lost portions of issued titles while discovering two complete, previously unissued performances/5(89).

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