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I Mean You (Take 1) - Thelonious Monk / Gerry Mulligan - Round Midnight (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The majority of the contents of the first 4 of these five LPs were released, sequenced mostly in order, on a Prestige double-LP compilation in , PR/PRT , Thelonious Monk. The exception was the take of "Think of One" selected; on the compilation, Take 1 was used instead of the originally-selected Take 2.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Thelonious Monk And Gerry Mulligan - Mulligan Meets Monk at Discogs. Complete your Thelonious Monk And Gerry Mulligan collection.
  3. Comment: Specialized in Vinyl records (LP). Items are shipped from Japan. We take special care to ship Vinyl records in safe package. The average delivery time is between two and four weeks (a little longer to international destinations)/5(24).
  4. *Condition 커버 / 음반: NM / NM Label: Milestone (4) ‎– M Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold Country: US Released: Genre: Jazz Style: Hard Bop Tracklist A1 Straight, No Chaser (Take 1) A2 Straight, No Chaser A3 Decidedly (Take 4) A4 Decidedly B1 'Round Midnight B2 Rythm-a-ning B3 Sweet And Lovely C1 I Mean You (Take 1) C2 I Mean.
  5. Tunes on Mulligan Meets Monk like "Sweet and Lovely and Mulligan's "Decidedly (based on Charlie Shavers' "Undecided) are where they both really hook up and yet thrive in their own unique way. For instance, pianist Monk's chordal solo on "Decidedly is as stinging and modern as any taken in his own tunes, and yet it fits perfectly with baritone.
  6. 'Round Midnight, an Album by Thelonious Monk and Gerry Mulligan. Released in on Milestone (catalog no. M; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz, Post-Bop.
  7. Listen to your favorite songs from Mulligan Meets Monk by Gerry Mulligan and Thelonious Monk Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  8. Later versions. The song is sometimes incorrectly called "' Round About Midnight", as Miles Davis used this as the title of his Columbia Records album 'Round About Midnight that included a version based on Dizzy Gillespie's giediesenhoupertcapondsmastiobuyliofril.coinfo became a signature song for Davis; his performance of it with Monk at the Newport Jazz Festival, which was heard by producer George Avakian, was.

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