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    Jazz vocals
    • Original LP£15.00
      Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VGOriginal = Original USA vinyl, sticker removal mark
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    Rare original jazz lp Original = Original USA LP Vinyl VG (Side 2 tr1 minor click at start) /Sleeve VG (top spine taped, sticker removal mark top right) 100% Guarantee on this and all Original Vinyl at Sounds Of The Universe - 'if you're not happy we're not happy' money-back guarantee!
    Compiles some of Monk's best work for Riverside.
    Collection of 11 essential Wes Montgomery recordings for the Riverside label with a bonus disc of classic Riverside tracks by other artists.
    Recorded in 1958 with Oscar Pettiford and Max Roach.
    With Wes Montgomery, Bobby Timmons, Percy Heath and Sam Jones
    Groundbreaking soul jazz instrumentalist Cannonball in the zone with brother Nat on cornet, Bobby Timmons on piano, Sam Jones and Louis Hayes in the rhythm section.
    • Original LP£18.00
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    This album is a masterpiece of charm and daring, ringingtonal joy and hard-dancing rhythmic flight. It has withstood the testof time for over 50 years, and continues to call fresh audiences towitness. It was the debut of one of the most versatile record labelsin all of Jazz, Riverside Records' resounding gauntlet to the worldon the power, precision,...
    Misterioso, Thelonious Monk’s 1958 album recorded live at the Five Spot Café in Greenwich Village, gets its title from his 1948 composition of the same name. Here the pianist is joined by Johnny Griffin’s tenor sax, bassist Ahmed Abdul-Malik, and Roy Haynes on drums
    This is a beautiful set of standards played by the innovative, brilliant Monk.