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Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk
Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk

Originally released in 1965 and produced by jazz great Teo Macero, this hard bop album by Thelonious Monk is an essential for Monk fans, and rightfully belongs in any fazz collection for that matter. This album contains 8 powerful live performances at venues such as Brandeis University, Lincoln Center and The Village Gate in New York and the Newport Jazz Festival during the early Sixties, when jazz was pushed into further directions. This album features Thelonious Monk on piano, Larry Gales and Butch Warren on double bass, Ben Riley and Frankie Dunlop on drums and longtime Monk band member Charlie Rouse on tenor sax.

Thelonious Monk

Misterioso

Columbia
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Album artwork for Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk by Misterioso - Thelonious Monk
Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk
LP+

£14.99£12.99

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Ermitage Edition

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Released 13/05/2022Catalogue Number

VNL12212

Thelonious Monk

Misterioso

Columbia
Album artwork for Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk by Misterioso - Thelonious Monk
Album artwork for Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk by Misterioso - Thelonious Monk
Album artwork for Misterioso by Thelonious Monk
LP+

£14.99£12.99

sale

Ermitage Edition

Clear
Released 13/05/2022Catalogue Number

VNL12212

Originally released in 1965 and produced by jazz great Teo Macero, this hard bop album by Thelonious Monk is an essential for Monk fans, and rightfully belongs in any fazz collection for that matter. This album contains 8 powerful live performances at venues such as Brandeis University, Lincoln Center and The Village Gate in New York and the Newport Jazz Festival during the early Sixties, when jazz was pushed into further directions. This album features Thelonious Monk on piano, Larry Gales and Butch Warren on double bass, Ben Riley and Frankie Dunlop on drums and longtime Monk band member Charlie Rouse on tenor sax.