Thelonious Monk Nonet Live In Paris 1967

Thelonious Monk Nonet Live In Paris 1967
Thelonious Monk
Released 1988
Recorded November 3, 1967
Genre Jazz
Length 45:58
Label France's Concert Records
Producer Alexandre Noble, Joël Arlot, Etienne Lacoste
Thelonious Monk chronology

Live In Paris, Volume 3
(1967)
Nonet Live In Paris 1967
(1967)
Straight, No Chaser
(1967)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Thelonious Monk Nonet Live In Paris 1967 is a live jazz album by Thelonious Monk on France's Concert Records LP FC-113, released in 1988.

Recorded at "Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, November 3, 1967, Thelonious Monk Nonet Live in Paris is a concert recording of a rare large group that Monk assembled for the European tour, which featured the addition of some of the top horn players in jazz.

Criticism

Jazz critic Scott Yanow wrote of the album: “a rare recording (of a large group) making it a historical curiosity; more importantly the music (featuring six originals) is excellent."[2]

Background

Monk organized this concert in an unusual way. The musicians joined the original quartet by coming on one by one to join in.[3]

Track listing

  1. "Epistrophy" (Monk, Clarke) – 9:45
  2. "Oska-T" (Monk) – 15:19
  3. "Evidence" (Monk) – 14:24
  4. "Blue Monk" (Monk) – 5:10
  5. "Epistropy (reprise)" (Monk, Clarke) – 1:20

CD Reissue

The CD reissue of this LP (titled "The Nonet –Live") is also a French release, on the label “Le Jazz”, item number — CD 7. The release date was Nov 10, 1993 and it contains two additional tracks with a running length of 67:37[4]

  1. "Ruby, My Dear" (Monk) – 7:40
  2. "We See" (Monk) – 13:59
  3. "Epistrophy" (Monk, Clarke) – 9:45
  4. "Oska-T" (Monk) – 15:19
  5. "Evidence" (Monk) – 14:24
  6. "Blue Monk" (Monk) – 5:10
  7. "Epistropy (reprise)" (Monk, Clarke) – 1:20

Personnel

Production

  • Alexandre Noble, Joël Arlot, Etienne Lacoste: Coordination
  • Michel Noble: Cover – interpretation of “Les petits chevaux jaunes” by Franz Marc
  • Jacques Chesnel: Artistic collaboration
  • Francis Paudras: Photography
  • Frank Dufour, Gilbert Taïeb: Montage
  • Francis Paudras: Cover concept
  • Yves Builly, Monique Vaysse: Research
  • Acknowledgements/Appreciation to André Francis

References


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