Complete Live At The Five Spot

~ Release by Thelonious Monk Quartet With John Coltrane (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Crepuscule With Nellie
recording engineer:
Juanita (Naima) Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
producer:
Michael Cuscuna
double bass:
Ahmed Abdul‐Malik (US jazz double bassist and oud player) (on 1958-09-11)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1958-09-11)
piano:
Thelonious Monk (on 1958-09-11)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint)
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
live recording of:
Crepuscule With Nellie (on 1958-09-11)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Thelonious Music
3:03
2Trinkle Tinkle
recording engineer:
Juanita (Naima) Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
producer:
Michael Cuscuna
double bass:
Ahmed Abdul‐Malik (US jazz double bassist and oud player) (on 1958-09-11)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1958-09-11)
piano:
Thelonious Monk (on 1958-09-11)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint)
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
edit of:
Trinkle Tinkle by Thelonious Monk
live recording of:
Trinkle Tinkle (on 1958-09-11)
composer:
Thelonious Monk (in 1952)
publisher:
Thelonious Music
10:10
3In Walked Bud
double bass:
Ahmed Abdul‐Malik (US jazz double bassist and oud player) (on 1958-09-11)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1958-09-11)
piano:
Thelonious Monk (on 1958-09-11)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
live recording of:
In Walked Bud (on 1958-09-11)
composer:
Thelonious Monk (in 1947)
publisher:
Embassy Music Corporation
11:22
4I Mean You
recording engineer:
Juanita (Naima) Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
producer:
Michael Cuscuna
double bass:
Ahmed Abdul‐Malik (US jazz double bassist and oud player) (on 1958-09-11)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1958-09-11)
piano:
Thelonious Monk (on 1958-09-11)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint)
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
edit of:
I Mean You by Thelonious Monk
live recording of:
I Mean You (on 1958-09-11)
composer:
Coleman Hawkins and Thelonious Monk
13:56
5Epistrophy
recording engineer:
Juanita (Naima) Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
producer:
Michael Cuscuna
double bass:
Ahmed Abdul‐Malik (US jazz double bassist and oud player) (on 1958-09-11)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1958-09-11)
piano:
Thelonious Monk (on 1958-09-11)
tenor saxophone:
John Coltrane (on 1958-09-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; US company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint)
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
edit of:
Epistrophy by Thelonious Monk
live recording of:
Epistrophy (on 1958-09-11)
composer:
Kenny Clarke and Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Embassy Music Corporation and Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music)
5:21
6Ruby My Dear
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
recording of:
Ruby, My Dear
composer:
Thelonious Monk (in 1948)
publisher:
Embassy Music Corporation
5:32
7Nutty
recorded at:
Five Spot (original location) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1958-09-11)
recording of:
Nutty
composer:
Thelonious Monk (in 1954)
publisher:
Thelonious Music Corp.
5:59