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Vincent Thekal and Fabian Fiorini's passion for the music of Thelonious Monk brought them together several years ago. By dint of playing a number of his compositions, carefully selected, observed and studied, they have succeeded in extracting their own identity, which they share here, they have succeeded in extracting their own identity, which they share here on a Live album, recorded on June 18, 2022 at the Jazz Station.That's the danger of covering sacred monsters: playing Monk is vertiginous. To succeed in this challenge, you have to respect the work, draw inspiration from it without imitating it: a perilous, daring and technical exercise, brilliantly met by these two.
Vincent Thekal and Fabian Fiorini's passion for the music of Thelonious Monk brought them together several years ago. By dint of playing a number of his compositions, carefully selected, observed and studied, they have succeeded in extracting their own identity, which they share here, they have succeeded in extracting their own identity, which they share here on a Live album, recorded on June 18, 2022 at the Jazz Station.That's the danger of covering sacred monsters: playing Monk is vertiginous. To succeed in this challenge, you have to respect the work, draw inspiration from it without imitating it: a perilous, daring and technical exercise, brilliantly met by these two.
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Monk's Mood [Digipak]
Artist: Vincent Thekal
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98 $12.63 ON SALE
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DISC: 1

1. Evidence
2. Off Minor
3. Pannonica
4. Friday the 13th
5. Monk's Mood
6. Little Rootie
7. Tootie

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Vincent Thekal and Fabian Fiorini's passion for the music of Thelonious Monk brought them together several years ago. By dint of playing a number of his compositions, carefully selected, observed and studied, they have succeeded in extracting their own identity, which they share here, they have succeeded in extracting their own identity, which they share here on a Live album, recorded on June 18, 2022 at the Jazz Station.That's the danger of covering sacred monsters: playing Monk is vertiginous. To succeed in this challenge, you have to respect the work, draw inspiration from it without imitating it: a perilous, daring and technical exercise, brilliantly met by these two.
        
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