Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
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Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)
Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)

Thelonious Monk – Live At Rotterdam 1967 (2LP)

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Thelonius Monk, Piano [click here to see more vinyl featuring Thelonious Monk]

Charlie Rouse, Tenor Sax [click here to see more vinyl featuring Charlie Rouse]

Larry Gales, Bass

Ben Riley, Drums

Clark Terry, Trumpet

Ray Copeland, Trumpet

Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone

Clark Terry, Trumpet

Phil Woods, Alto Sax [click here to see more vinyl featuring Phil Woods]

Johnny Griffin, Tenor Sax [click here to see more vinyl featuring Johnny Griffin]

 

2LPs, gatefold jacket

Limited to 999 numbered copies

Limited time album download included

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Live

Record Press : in Germany

Label : The Lost Recordings

Original label : The Lost Recordings

Recorded at Club Doelen in Rotterdam on 28 October 1967

Mastered by André Perriat

First time released in 2018

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Ruby, My Dear
  2. Hackensack

Side B :

  1. We See
  2. Epistrophy

Side C :

  1. Evidence/Epistrophy
  2. Don't Blame Me

Side D :

  1. Oska T./Epistrophy
  2. Blue Monk

 

Reviews :

When Thelonious Monk took to the stage at Club Doelen in Rotterdam on 28 October 1967, he had just turned 50. 15 years later, he disappeared from musical life, taking refuge for the last 6 years of his life in New York, at Pannonica in Koenigswater, without ever touching the piano again. Surrounded by the two "classics" "Ruby, My Dear" and "Blue Monk", he animates for more than an hour and 20 minutes the quartet of his 3 accomplices, Charlie Rouse, Larry Gales, Ben Riley and their guests. Larry Gales' bass comes out like a box at the end of "Hackensack", the brass rushes into the middle of "We See" and answers each other swirling in the dizzying "Oska". And in the middle of the concert, a solo moment on "Don't Blame Me": everything appears contrasted, twisted, oblique, each note seeming to be astonished by the previous one. Monk first goes around the melody from behind before bringing it back, pure, to the front. Finally they close: "Blue Monk", all in classical restraint.

 

Ratings :

Discogs : 4.64 / 5

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