- Title:Straight No Chaser (The Most Popular, Most Sampled Songs From The Vaults Of Blue Note)
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1825 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1255 megabytes
- Size WMA version1760 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI MPC VOC ADX ASF MP3 MP4
2-1: From San Francisco 2-2: From Song For My Father 2-3: From My Point Of View 2-4: From Doin The Thing At The Village Gate 2-5: From At The Half Note 2-6: From Steppin' Into Tomorrow.
Subtitle: the most popular, most sampled songs from the vaults of blue note. Tracks from: 1-1 A Night At Birdland Volume 1 1-2 Empyrean Isles 1-3 On Broadway 1-4 Ritual 1-5 Understanding 1-6 Here 'Tis 1-7 Mosaic 1-8 Genius Of Modern Music Volume 2 1-9 Alive! 2-1 San Francisco 2-2 Song For My Father 2-3 My Point Of View 2-4 Doin' The Thing At The Village Gate 2-5 At The Half Note 2-6 Steppin' Into Tomorrow. Manufactured by Columbia House under license.
Straight, No Chaser is one of the most called standards in the jazz lexicon. This is likely because it is a standard jazz blues and as long as someone knows the melody, the band can usually handle playing the tune. It was composed and recorded in 1951 by Thelonious Monk and is often played in both F and Bb. The Nuts and Bolts. Straight, No Chaser: Backing Track. Here is a nice little backing track for you to practice some of the material covered here! We'll use the same track as Blue Monk since it's a blues as well. Straight, No Chaser: Chord Reference Sheet. As always, we've included a chord reference sheet with some voicings using extensions for you to further your comping ability over this tune. Download your "Straight, No Chaser - Comping Etude, Melody, and More" PDF here. Thelonious Monk's Straight, No Chaser collection from 2016.
These are the most sampled records ever. Written by Chris Parkin29 April. Madlib, DJ Premier, Beyoncé, Calvin Harris – they all owe a huge debt to the art of sampling. These are the most used tracks in the business, spanning a massive array of well-known songs. Just imagine Beyoncé's Crazy In Love without the intro from The Chi-Lites' Are You My Woman (Tell Me So); or Black Box's Ride On Time without the surging vocal from Loleatta Holloway's Love Sensation; or De La Soul's The Magic Number without Bob Dorough's children's educational track. To celebrate the art of sampling, here, thanks to WhoSampled. com, are 10 of the most sampled (and perhaps some of the most important) tracks in music. 1. The Winstons – Amen, Brother
The world’s most famous jazz label – celebrated for its striking use of design as much as for its groundbreaking recordings – is 75 this year. John Fordham tells the story of Blue Note through a selection of its famous album covers. Pianist Thelonious Monk’s leadership debut in 1952 introduced classic originals such as Straight No Chaser and Round Midnight. Photograph: 2014 Universal Music Group.
Blue Note keeps the "concept" packages coming with this two-disc set presenting catalog tracks sampled by the hip-hop/jazz ensemble Us3. The 15 selections include dialogue snippets from Birdland's irrepressible Pee Wee Marquette and the great Art Blakey, with the other material divided between hard bop and soul-jazz, and Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver, and Donald Byrd getting two tracks each. John Patton, Reuben Wilson, Grant Green, Lou Donaldson, Thelonious Monk, Blakey, and Bobby Hutcherson are other featured artists.
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser is a 1988 documentary about the life of bebop pianist and composer Thelonious Monk. Directed by Charlotte Zwerin, it features live performances by Monk and his group, and posthumous interviews with friends and family. The film was created when a large amount of archived footage of Monk was found in the 1980s. The film, made by Malpaso Productions (Clint Eastwood's production company), is distributed by Warner Bros. Eastwood served as executive producer.
|A1||–Pee Wee Marquette||Intro From Art Blakey||1:00|
|A2||–Herbie Hancock||Cantaloupe Island||5:30|
|A3||–Reuben Wilson||Ronnie's Bonnie||9:48|
|A4||–Art Blakey||Comment On Ritual||1:54|
|A5||–John Patton||Alfie's Theme||4:40|
|B1||–Lou Donaldson||Cool Blues||6:50|
|B3||–Thelonious Monk||Straight No Chaser||2:54|
|B4||–Grant Green||Sookie Sookie||6:13|
|C1||–Bobby Hutcherson||Goin' Down South||7:05|
|C2||–Horace Silver||Song For My Father||7:10|
|C3||–Herbie Hancock||Blind Man, Blind Man||8:15|
|D1||–Horace Silver||Filthy McNasty||10:50|
|D3||–Donald Byrd||Steppin' Into Tomorrow||5:11|
- Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Blue Note Records
- Copyright (c) – Blue Note Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 724382826316
- Matrix / Runout: BIEM/MCPS
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): B1 28924A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): B1 28924B
- Matrix / Runout (Label side C): B1 28925A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side D): B1 28925B
|B1 7243 8 28263 1 6||Various||Straight No Chaser - The Most Popular, Most Sampled Songs From The Vaults Of Blue Note (2xLP, Comp)||Blue Note||B1 7243 8 28263 1 6||US||1994|
|CDP 7243 8 28263 2 3||Various||Straight No Chaser - The Most Popular, Most Sampled Songs From The Vaults Of Blue Note (2xCD, Comp)||Blue Note||CDP 7243 8 28263 2 3||Europe||1994|
|CDP 7243 8 28263 2 3||Various||Straight No Chaser - The Most Popular, Most Sampled Songs From The Vaults Of Blue Note (2xCD, Comp)||Blue Note||CDP 7243 8 28263 2 3||US||1994|
|CDP-528263||Various||Straight No Chaser (2xCD, Comp, Club)||Blue Note||CDP-528263||US||1994|