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Nothing here is off (how could it be?), but there's a sense that Monk is here more out of obligation than that he was excited about the recordings (the best evidence of this is the lack of a new Monk song, something he brought to both the Blakey gig and his album with Clark Terry made the following ...

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Mulligan Meets Monk by Thelonious Monk
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 17th February 2015

Nothing here is off (how could it be?), but there's a sense that Monk is here more out of obligation than that he was excited about the recordings (the best evidence of this is the lack of a new Monk song, something he brought to both the Blakey gig and his album with Clark Terry made the following year, In Orbit). Still, it's a good album that sometimes gets lost in the sequence of great albums (and live gigs) that Monk was making at the time. Most of all, it goes back to "Round Midnight", which shows a perfect meeting ground between Mulligan and Monk, and that's enough reason to add this to any Mulligan or Monk collection.


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