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  1. Gull says:
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  3. Gomuro says:
    Kenny Barron - John Hicks Quartet ‎– Rhythm-A-Ning Label: Candid ‎– CCD, Candid ‎– CCD Format: CD, Album Country: US Released: Sep Genre: Jazz. Style: Bop, Post Bop. Tracklist Hide Credits. 1: Sunshower.
  4. Dajinn says:
    Get this from a library! Rhythm-a-ning: jazz tradition and innovation in the '80s. [Gary Giddins] -- These articles, originally published in the Village Voice, address the current state of jazz which Giddins characterizes as neo-classical. Focusing on the performances and recordings of the past five.
  5. Nikokus says:
    Rhythm-a-ning-One of Monk’s most recorded and performed songs, he doesn’t actually put it on wax under this title until May 15, , at a recording session led by drummer Art Blakey (Atlantic ).
  6. Taumuro says:
    Rhythm-A-Ning Entertainment is the official company of the Thelonious Monk Estate, founded by Chairman T.S. Monk, Gale Monk, and president Douglas Holloway. RAN Ent is .
  7. Zugar says:
    Kenny Barron and John Hicks are both well-respected veteran pianists whose styles fall well within the modern mainstream of jazz, initially influenced by Bud Powell but today much closer to McCoy ogsparexcorbanasotenheafusany.xyzinfo join forces for this two-piano quartet date with bassist Walter Booker and drummer Jimmy ogsparexcorbanasotenheafusany.xyzinfo the "Ghost Of Yesterday" (a feature for Booker's bowed bass) and "Rhythm-a-ning" 8/
  8. Keshicage says:
    rows · Thelonious Sphere Monk (Rocky Mount, North Carolina 10th October - Hartsdale, .
  9. Arataxe says:
    Rhythm-a-ning – We’re playing this Monk rhythm-change-based tune in the bebop workshop (which is a little weird because Monk did not like bebop and he favored tenorists who would not place standard bebop language over his changes, as Coltrane and Rouse managed fruitfully).

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