|Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk|
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Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk
|Recorded||May 14–15, 1957|
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Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk is a studio album released in 1958 by Atlantic Records. It is a collaboration between the Jazz Messengers, the group led by drummer Art Blakey, and Thelonious Monk on piano.
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Arguably the finest lineup of the Jazz Messengers (with the possible exception of the Lee Morgan edition), this incarnation of the band - Blakey, saxophonist Wayne Shorter (here playing tenor), young trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, trombonist Curtis Fuller, pianist Cedar Walton, and bassist Jymie Merritt - set the tone for the hard bop movement of the '60s. This release contains Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers’ complete original album Pisces (Blue Note GXF 3060), which appears here for the first time ever on a single CD. It features an amazing lineup, with the leader on drums, Lee Morgan on trumpet, Curtis Fuller on trombone, Wayne Shorter on tenor sax, Cedar Walton and Bobby Timmons. Performer: Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Title: Buhaina's Delight Published: 2003 Genre: Jazz, Hard-Bop RAR Size: 468 Mb Tracklist: 01. Backstage Sally 02. Contemplation 03. Bu's Delight 04. Reincarnation Blues 05. Backstage Sally (Alternate Version) 08. Bu's Delight (Alternate Version) 09. Reincarnation Blues.
Throughout the preceding decade, on sessions for both Blue Note and Riverside, Blakey had supported Monk on various occasions. Monk returned the favor on this one-off session for Atlantic. Blakey was on the verge of beginning a long-term contract with Blue Note, while Monk was in the middle of his stay on Riverside.
One month after these recordings, Monk would begin his summer and autumn residency at the Five Spot on Cooper Square after regaining his cabaret card, without which he had been barred from playing in most of New York City's clubs. Monk's quartet featuring John Coltrane at that residency would bring Monk fame beyond the inner circle of jazz aficionados. Atlantic released this album over a year after it was recorded, thereby capitalizing on Monk's increased visibility.
This was the first album featuring Monk to be recorded in stereo; its sessions preceded the Riverside album Monk's Music by roughly 5 weeks.
Billboard in 1958 gave the album three stars out of four, stating that it has some 'mighty good jazz'.AllMusic gave the album a four-star rating out of a possible five stars, with writer Lindsay Planer noting that 'both co-leaders are at the peak of their respective prowess with insightful interpretations of nearly half a dozen inspired performances from this incarnation of the Blakey-led Jazz Messengers.'The Penguin Guide to Jazz assigned its 'crown' accolade to the album.
On February 16, 1999, Rhino Records reissued the album remastered for compact disc. Three bonus tracks were included, all outtakes from the May 1957 sessions.
|2.||'In Walked Bud'||Thelonious Monk||6:39|
|3.||'Blue Monk'||Thelonious Monk||7:54|
|1.||'I Mean You'||Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins||8:02|
|3.||'Purple Shades'||Johnny Griffin||7:48|
1999 bonus tracks
|7.||'Evidence (alternate take)'||Thelonious Monk||5:30|
|8.||'Blue Monk (alternate take)'||Thelonious Monk||6:59|
|9.||'I Mean You (alternate take)'||Thelonious Monk||7:34|
- Art Blakey – drums
- Bill Hardman – trumpet
- Johnny Griffin – tenor saxophone
- Thelonious Monk – piano
- Spanky DeBrest – bass
- Nesuhi Ertegün – production
- Earl Brown – recording engineering
- Bob Carlton, Patrick Milligan – reissue supervision
- Dan Hersch – digital remastering
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- ^ abcPlaner, Lindsay 'Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk: review' AllMusic Retrieved May 9, 2013.
- ^ ab'Reviews and ratings of new jazz records' (May 12, 1958) Billboard, p. 23.
- ^ abCook, Richard; Brian Morton (2008). The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings (9th ed.). New York: Penguin. p. 133. ISBN978-0-14-103401-0.
- ^Swenson, J., ed. (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. U.S.: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 23. ISBN0-394-72643-X.
- ^Larkin, Colin (2007). Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. ISBN978-0195313734.
Moanin Art Blakey
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Moanin’ (1958/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time – 40:06 minutes | 1,73 GB | Genre: Jazz
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | Digital Booklet | @ Blue Note Records
The album is accompanied by its original sleeve notes plus additional photos and newly-written package essays.
“In preparing these hi def remasters, we were very conscientious about maintaining the feel of the original releases while adding a previously unattainable transparency and depth. It now sounds like you’ve set up your chaise lounge right in the middle of Rudy Van Gelder’s studio!” -Blue Note President, Don Was.
Recorded October 30, 1958 in Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ
Originally issued as Blue Note BLP 4003
Moanin’ is the seminal hard-bop masterpiece by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers. It features arguably the band’s finest lineup, which includes Lee Morgan, Benny Golson, Bobby Timmons and Jymie Merritt. The musicians display uncanny chemistry and deliver breathtaking solos. The work includes the timeless jazz classics: “Moanin’,” “Along Came Betty” and “Blues March.”Moanin’ is a pivotal addition to jazz history and a must-have for any jazz collection.
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01 – Moanin’
02 – Are You Real
03 – Along Came Betty
04 – The Drum Thunder Suite
05 – Blues March
06 – Come Rain or Come Shine
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Lee Morgan – trumpet
Benny Golson – tenor sax
Bobby Timmons – piano
Jymie Merritt – bass
Art Blakey – drums
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Rar