Take One is an album by drummer T. S. Monk which was recorded in 1991 and released on the Blue Note label the following year. Monk's debut as a leader in jazz found him discarding his earlier R&B-ish music in favor of heading an impressive hard bop revival group. Monk Sextet was just beginning its long life with this recording; all of its CDs are highly recommended to hard bop fans". Monaco" (Kenny Dorham) – 6:34.
Play that tune loud, it's a classic. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. House of Music was the first album for . Monk, who got his start in music by playing in his father's band. In the 1979, Monk got together his sister Barbara and singer Yvonne Fletcher, who he was dating at the time to form his trio. They hit it off right away with the LP that was named after Monk's New Jersey home because his family was always playing music in the house.
Although it took him a while before he decided to dedicate himself to playing jazz, . Monk (Thelonious Monk, J. has already accomplished a lot. He started out playing trumpet and piano before switchin. ead Full Biography.
The Charm is an album by drummer T. Monk which was recorded in 1995 and released on the Blue Note label. Monk, by successfully keeping his sextet together as a regularly working outfit for several years, has been able to form a recognizable group sound in the hard bop tradition. Their fine disc is easily recommended". Budini" (Buddy Montgomery) – 6:52.
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Thelonious Sphere "T. Monk III (born December 27, 1949) is an American jazz drummer, composer and bandleader. He is the son of jazz pianist Thelonious Monk. Born in New York City, he began his music career early in his life, honing his skills throughout the 1970s. Monk's destiny was sealed when Art Blakey, gave him his first drum set at the age of 15, and began lessons with Max Roach.