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Sonny Stitt & The Giants, Teddy Wilson, Don Byas, Thelonious Monk - Jazz Lions

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  1. Akit says:
    Sep 20,  · Sonny Stitt Stitt's Bits: The Bebop Recordings, Prestige Presented in chronological order, saxophonist Sonny Stitt's Prestige recordings, packaged here as a three-CD box set, reveal the pure tenor tone and fluid technique that Stitt always brought to a session.
  2. Tauzragore says:
    Explore releases from Sonny Stitt & The Giants at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Sonny Stitt & The Giants at the Discogs Marketplace. Sonny Stitt & The Giants, Teddy Wilson, Don Byas, Thelonious Monk: Don Byas, Thelonious Monk - Jazz Lions.
  3. Gamuro says:
    Sep 30,  · 'The Giants of Jazz' were an all-star sextet comprising Dizzy Gillespie(trumpet), Sonny Stitt(alto & tenor), Kai Winding(trombone), Thelonious Monk(piano), Al McKibbon(bass) & Art Blakey(drums). This concert was recorded by ATLANTIC at London's Victoria Theatre on November 14, and was part of a world tour organised by George Wein/5(3).
  4. Nikotaur says:
    Early life. Thelonious Monk was born October 10, , in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, the son of Thelonious and Barbara Monk, two years after his sister Marion.A brother, Thomas, was born in January [9] In , the family moved to West 63rd Street, in Manhattan, New York glamrock.chartgenie.netinfo started playing the piano at the age of six.
  5. Arashishura says:
    Sonny Stitt made more records as a leader than any other jazz instrumentatlist. Although eclipsed in his era by the extraordinary attention focused on Charlie Parker, Stitt .
  6. Dadal says:
    * Gambit (Sp) Dizzy Gillespie And Thelonious Monk With The Giants Of Jazz - Unissued In Europe The Giants Of Jazz Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Kai Winding, trombone; Sonny Stitt, alto, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Art Blakey, drums.: same personnel.
  7. Brabei says:
    This was one of the nearly 50 concerts performed by the so-called Giants of Jazz, a true all-star group that toured Europe during the last few months of and the first few months of This band put an almost retired Thelonious Monk back on the road, and reunited him with Art Blakey, who had participated on some of Monk's early studio.

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