Sadik Hakim - A Bit of Monk mp3 downloadPerformer: Sadik Hakim
Title: A Bit of Monk
Location: New York, NY
Date of recording: October 27, 1978 & October 28, 1978
Size MP3 version: 1935 mb
Size FLAC version: 1695 mb
Size WMA version: 1965 mb
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Sadik Hakim - A Bit of Monk mp3 download
This is a cover of a famous tune associated with Thelonious Monk, though it was collectively written by Sadik Hakim, Idrees Sulieman and Monk for the album.
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Sadik Hakim Trio : A Bit Of Monk Contents.
Sadik Trio Hakim - Tbaa Bit Of Monk (CD NEW). Label: Bethlehem Format: CD Release Date: 27 Apr 2016 No. of Discs: 1 EAN: 4526180374930. Assembled Product Weight.
is the seventh album Thelonious Monk released for Columbia Records, featuring several original compositions as well as jazz standards. The track "Pannonica" is a tribute to the jazz patron Nica de Koenigswarter. The track "Teo" is a tribute to the albums' producer Teo Macero. The album cover is a photo of Monk taken by W. Eugene Smith in 1959. Between 1957 and 1965, Monk and other prominent New York jazz musicians rehearsed at the photographer's home, nicknamed 'The Jazz Loft'.
Sadik Hakim (born Argonne Thornton on July 15, 1919 in Duluth, Minnesota; died in New York in June 1983) was an American jazz pianist and composer. Thornton was taught piano by his grandfather and started playing professionally about 1939. In 1944 he moved to New York City and was hired by Ben Webster.
Sadik Hakim (born Forrest Argonne Thornton; July 15, 1919 – June 20, 1983) was an American jazz pianist and composer. Forrest Argonne Thornton was born on July 15, 1919 in Duluth, Minnesota. The name Argonne came from the World War I battle. He was taught music by his grandfather and played locally before moving to Chicago. In Chicago in 1944, Hakim was heard by the tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, who took him to New York to be the pianist in his band
Sadik Hakim Jazz Fusion kaufen im Online Music Store von HHV - Neuheiten & Topseller auf Vinyl, CD & Tape - Versandkostenfrei bestellen ab 80€! . In 1976 Hakim returned to America and made a number of recordings for the Progressive label, including A Bit of Monk as well as recording for the Danish based jazz label, Steeplechase, most notably on Witches, Goblins, etc. from 1977. A short time after, during 1979-1980, Hakim completed a tour of Japan where he performed before enthusiastic audiences. After returning from Japan, Sadik moved to New York and performed in local jazz clubs, keeping a relatively low-key profile. In February 1982, one of the architects of bebop, Thelonious Monk, died
|1||Up at Harvey's||Sadik Hakim|
|2||Pannonica Thelonious Monk||Sadik Hakim|
|3||Off Minor Thelonious Monk||Sadik Hakim|
|4||Ode to Scorpio||Sadik Hakim|
|5||Blue Monk Thelonious Monk||Sadik Hakim|
|6||Ugly Beauty Thelonious Monk||Sadik Hakim|
|7||Luscious Thing||Sadik Hakim|
|8||Pandora's Box||Sadik Hakim|
CreditsSadik Hakim - Piano, Primary Artist
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Satguro Singh - Drums
Errol Walters - Bass