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At Carnegie Hall album for sale by John Coltrane / Thelonious Monk / Thelonious Quartet Monk was released Sep 27, 2005 on the Blue Note (Label) label. On paper it seems as if such titanic and distinctive musical personalities as Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane might not mix very well, but this stellar set, recorded live at Carnegie Hall in 1957, plays almost like a blissful extended duet between the two (with support from a sensitive yet hard-swinging bassist and drummer). The opener, "Monk's Mood," for example, features the composer/pianist's typically brilliant, idiosyncratic playing, while Coltrane floats over the top in the most lyrical of modes. At Carnegie Hall CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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John Coltrane / Thelonious Monk / Thelonious Quartet Monk - At Carnegie Hall Album Track Listing
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|3||Crepuscule With Nellie See All 2|
|4||Nutty See All 2|
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|5||Epistrophy See All 2|
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|7||Sweet And Lovely |
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|9||Epistrophy See All 2|
At Carnegie Hall buy CD music Customer Reviews
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A seminal recording of two jazz masters that should be on anyone's desert island discs list.
By eporres (New York, NY, USA)
It is great that after all these years, a 1957 recording can still be discovered, and in excellent shape. Playing is excellent, and songs - all by Monk - are classics.
By Kari (Washington DC)
||A GREAT DISCOVERY: MONK AND COLTRANE AT THERE BEST|
The discovery of Thelonius Monk and John Coltrane performing at Carnegie Hall has to go down as one of the greatest finds in the history of American music.
By mwalimu147 (Crete. Illinois)
||Sounds great, issues w/ compatibility|
Music is great but the disc will not work on older CD players?
By caxx (NH,USA)
This CD documents Monk at his height and Trane on the way up. It's fun to hear how each influenced the other.
By larrylevy (Dallas, TX, USA)
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