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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, September 3, 2002
If you don't own The Best of the Blue Note Years, it is highly recommended that you purchase both albums.
It features Sonny, J.J. Johnson, and pianists Horace Silver and Thelonious Monk--all performing on this single track!
It's a happy record, really, unlike many jazz records; this band loves playing this music, and it really shows.
Great music from an extremely gifted musician! The music was before my time but the music itself is timeless and will continue to set the standard of great compositions to come!!Published 1 month ago by LongDread
I bought this album on an LP when I was in high school. It still rocks! I taught myself "Boliver Blues" off it.Published 4 months ago by Ron Daniels
Love the way they handle business brings back the good old days thanksPublished 4 months ago by Charlton Aaron
Outstanding, in every respect. One would hope that the day will come when the America's majority race recognizes that jazz is God's beloved music and he was smart to bequeath it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by C. Garmon
You have to feel a bit for Orrin Keepnews, who, after rescuing Monk from obscurity on the unappreciative Prestige label, worked his star into being a star by releasing a sequence... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Disink
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Haven't seen the film for a while, but you should put it on the main jazz forum
- you accidentally put it in the Thelonious MOnk's album "product forum", not visited by that many people...
As I recall, the female character in the movie was Marjorie Hyams (who played with Woody Herman... Read More
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