Steve Lacy 6 - We See (Thelonious Monk Songbook) album download
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- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Steve Potts
- Composed By – Steve Lacy (tracks: 10), Thelonious Monk (tracks: 1 to 9)
- Double Bass – Jean-Jacques Avenel
- Drums – John Betsch
- Liner Notes – Art Lange
- Recorded By – Peter Pfister
- Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Hans Kennel
- Vibraphone – Sonhando Estwick
NotesAll compositions by Thelonious Monk except "Hanky-Panky" by Steve Lacy, Sacem/Tuhtah Publishing, Suisa.
Digital two-track recording by Peter Pfister on September 1 & 2, 1992, at Mohren-Saal, Willisau/Switzerland.
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All compositions by Thelonious Monk except "Hanky-Panky" by Steve Lacy, Sacem/Tuhtah Publishing, Suisa. Digital two-track recording by Peter Pfister on September 1 & 2, 1992, at Mohren-Saal, . I prefer to call him Thelonious Junk.
All of soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy's early recordings are quite fascinating, for during 1957-1964, aspects of his style at times hinted at Dixieland, swing, Monk, and Cecil Taylor, sometimes at the same time. For this CD reissue (a straight reproduction of the original New Jazz LP), Lacy teams up with pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Buell Neidlinger, and drummer Elvin Jones for seven Thelonious Monk compositions.
Epistrophy (also released as Steve Lacy Plays Monk) is the second album by Steve Lacy to consist entirely of tunes written by Thelonious Monk following Reflections (1958). It was released in 1969 on the French BYG label and features performances by Lacy, Michel Graillier, Jean-François Jenny Clark and Aldo Romano.
Steve Lacy - Plays Thelonious Monk: Reflections (1958) 06 Ask Me Now. Artist: Steve Lacy - Plays Thelonious Monk: Reflections (1958) Duration: 04:53 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: Steve Lacy - Plays Thelonious Monk: Reflections (1958). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Steve Lacy - Plays Thelonious Monk: Reflections (1958) 02 Reflections. Steve Lacy - Plays Thelonious Monk: Reflections (1958) 01 Four in One. 06:05.
Artists Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk (Reflections). Plays Thelonious Monk (Reflections) Steve Lacy. Plays Thelonious Monk (Reflections). This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/180 BPM). Tracklist Plays Thelonious Monk (Reflections).
Ever since, throughout his massive discography, Lacy has repeatedly returned to the compositions of Monk. From his earliest group albums such as Reflections, Evidence and School Days, through solo recordings like Only Monk and More Monk, to the recent Monk's Dream - a period of well over forty years - Lacy has established himself as the greatest Monk interpreter, bar none. In the process, Lacy has kept Monk's compositions in the spotlight and immeasurably enhanced Monk's reputation as a composer. We See dates from 1992, and is one of the essential Lacy discs