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Well You Neednt - Thelonious Monk - The Very Best

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  1. Listen to Well You Needn't by Thelonious Monk on Slacker Radio stations, including Hard Bop, Classic Jazz, Classic Jazz [Non-Voc] and create personalized radio stations based on Music Duration: 11 min.
  2. Aug 31,  · The Best of Thelonious Monk accomplishes just that, compiling pieces from the above mentioned albums, live tracks, and even a lovely solo version of the pianist's best-known piece, "'Round Midnight." The disc is packed -- with one exception -- with Monk 's compositions, thus introducing the novice to all aspects of his work.8/
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Very Best on Discogs/5(3).
  4. Jun 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Well You Needn't (Thelonious Monk) YouTube Benny Golson Sextet - I Remember Clifford - Portrait of Jennie - Duration: ldad12 40, views.
  5. This succinct collection brings together a Monk's dozen from Thelonious Monk's nearly five-year stay () with Blue Note Records, including early recordings of such Monk standards as "Ruby My Dear," "Well, You Needn't," and "In Walked Bud," as well as his twin signature pieces, "'Round Midnight" and "Straight, No Chaser." Also here are three compositions full of that skittering, angular 8/
  6. Well, You Needn't. A bar tune in AABA-form that is one of Monk's most popular tunes, and is famous for its chromatically ascending/descending chords. The tune was earlier known as "You Need 'Na". The tune was first recorded October 24, for the Genius of Modern Music sessions.
  7. Monk is a hard man to understand, but once you understand him he is just something else to behold. On of the tunes he had some great sidemen playing with him. Yes, I would really recommend this album for any one that has a true affection for Jazz Music/5(7).
  8. “We’ll You Needn’t” was composed by the great pianist/composer Thelonious Monk in The was during the very early days of bebop and the existence of the tune shows how much Monk contributed to the development of the genre, during his tenure as “house pianist” at .
  9. "Well You Needn't," an off-kilter piece that marries dissonance and swing, is given a hip new treatment, courtesy of Taylor's inimitable syncopation on the kit. Monk's piano solo here is.

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