Buell Neidlinger - Thelonious Atmosphere mp3 downloadPerformer: Buell Neidlinger
Title: Thelonious Atmosphere
Style: Avant-Garde Jazz,Free Jazz,Post-Bop
Location: Palace Theater
Size MP3 version: 1298 mb
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Buell Neidlinger - Thelonious Atmosphere mp3 download
Thelonious Atmosphere. Released: January 1, 2001.
Bassist Buell Neidlinger (who played with everyone from Rex Stewart to Cecil Taylor and Stravinsky) and tenor saxophonist Marty Krystall have always been real sticklers when it comes to interpreting Thelonious Monk's music. They believe in playing Monk's songs with the correct melody and original chords, and not discarding the theme once the solos start. In the 1980s, they co-led the group Thelonious, which exclusively performed Monk's compositions, emphasizing the lesser-known songs. This CD has two previously unreleased performances from that era.
Buell Neidlinger 4 And 5. Thelonious Atmosphere (CD, Album).
Thelonious Atmosphere. Performer: Buell Neidlinger. Style: Avant-Garde Jazz. Monk's Dream Thelonious Monk. Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5. 6:39. 2. Four in One Thelonious Monk. Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 4. 3:06. 3. Monk's Mood Thelonious Monk. 1:43. 4. Jackie-ing Thelonious Monk. 2:38. 5. Trinkle, Tinkle Thelonious Monk. 4:23. 6. Bye-Ya Thelonious Monk. 4:06. 7. Epistrophy Kenny Clarke, Thelonious Monk. 4:10.
Buell Neidlinger, born March 2, 1936 in New York, died March 16, 2018, was an American double bassist and cellist. Buell Neidlinger, Marty Krystall, Archie Shepp, Glenn Ferris, Billy Elgart, Don Preston, Deborah Fuss, Dennis Charles, Cecil Taylor - Marty's Garage (LP, Album).
On Thelonious Atmosphere, culled from a live recording and a live radio broadcast on the Santa Monica-based KCRW, the song set digs into lesser-known Monk tunes, including Jackie-ing, Locomotive and Trinkle, Tinkle. Also, Neidlinger points out, You’re hearing four- and five-minute performances, instead of 15-minute jobbies. I had this band Thelonious for a few years. Our first album came out, with John Beasley-Monkoy Tyner, Neidlinger teases. You know, Beasley went out with Miles Davis. After a few weeks out, he started to tie Beasley’s left hand behind his back.
Reflections (subtitled Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk) is the second album by Steve Lacy which was released on the Prestige label in 1959. It features performances of Thelonious Monk's compositions by Lacy, Mal Waldron, Buell Neidlinger and Elvin Jones. According to biographer Robin Kelley, this was the first album devoted entirely to Monk's music recorded by another artist.
1987: Buell Neidlinger Quartet Live at Ravenna Jazz '87 with Special Guest Steve Lacy (K2B2 3969) with Steve Lacy. 1989: 2 by 2 (K2B2 4169) with Anthony Braxton. 1989: The Complete Candid Recordings of Cecil Taylor and Buell Neidlinger (Mosaic) with Cecil Taylor. 1989: Aurora (Denon 73148) as Aurora. 1990: Big Drum (K2B2 3069). 1997: Rear View Mirror (K2B2 2969). 2001: Thelonious Atmosphere (K2B2 3269). 2005: All Strung Out. Adventures in Buellgrass.
Thelonious Atmosphere Buell Neidlinger. Rear View Mirror Buell Neidlinger.
Title: Pannonica Artist: Thelonious Monk Composers: Thelonious Monk Album Title: Alone in San Francisco Label: Riverside OJC Catalogue No: 231-2 Duration: 03’53 Performers: Thelonious Monk, piano. Title: Monk's Point Artist: Thelonious Monk Composers: Thelonious Monk Album Title: Solo Monk Label: Sony Catalogue No: 635-33 Duration: 02’11 Performers: Thelonious Monk, piano. Title: I Mean You Artist: Thelonious Monk Composers: Thelonious Monk Album Title: Big Band and Quartet In Concert Label: Columbia/Legacy Catalogue No: 88697995802 Duration: 12’51 Performers: Thad Jones, cornet; Nick Travis, trumpet; Eddie Bert, trombone; Steve Lacy, soprano saxophone; Phil Woods, alto saxophone; Charlie Rouse, tenor saxophone; Gene Allen, baritone saxophone; Butch Warren, bass; Frankie Dunlop, drums.
|1||Monk's Dream Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5||6:39|
|2||Four in One Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 4||3:06|
|3||Monk's Mood Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 4||1:43|
|4||Jackie-ing Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 4||2:38|
|5||Trinkle, Tinkle Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 4||4:23|
|6||Bye-Ya Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 4||4:06|
|7||Epistrophy Kenny Clarke / Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5||4:10|
|8||Thelonious Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5||3:52|
|9||Little Rootie Tootie Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5||6:25|
|10||Locomotive Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5||5:15|
|11||Skippy Thelonious Monk||Buell Neidlinger feat: Buell Neidlinger 5||3:33|
CreditsBrenton Banks - Piano
Kenny Clarke - Composer
Marty Krystall - Art Direction, Clarinet (Bass), Executive Producer, Sax (Tenor)
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Buell Neidlinger - Bass, Primary Artist, Producer
Buell Neidlinger 5 - Primary Artist
Buell Neidlinger 4 - Primary Artist
Billy Osborne - Drums
Jerry Peters - Keyboards
Hugh Schick - Trumpet