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Plays Monk
Steve Lacy
Bop, Post Bop
Numero di catalogo:
GET 2023
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1886 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1594 mb
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2Ruby My Dear4:23
3Light Blue5:57
4Friday The Thirteenth5:47


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BYG 529126, 529.126Steve Lacy Epistrophy ‎(LP, Album)BYG Records, BYG RecordsBYG 529126, 529.126France1969
AFF 43Steve Lacy Plays Monk ‎(LP, Album, RE)AffinityAFF 43UK1979
L6 362Steve Lacy Steve Lacy Plays Monk ‎(LP, Album, RE)AffinityL6 362Spain1982
YX-2015Steve Lacy Epistrophy ‎(LP, Album, RE)BYG RecordsYX-2015Japan1975
AFF 43Steve Lacy Plays Monk ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl)AffinityAFF 43UK1979


  • BassJean-Francois Jenny-Clark
  • Coordinator [Co-ordination], Photography By [Photographs]Jacques Bisceglia
  • DrumsAldo Romano
  • EngineerCharles P. Raucher
  • Executive-ProducerJean-Louis Ginibre
  • Liner NotesBrian Case
  • PianoMichel Graillier
  • ProducerJean Georgakarakos, Jean Luc Young
  • Soprano SaxophoneSteve Lacy
  • Written-By [All Tunes]Thelonious Monk


Recorded in Paris, September 23, 1969

Reissue of Steve Lacy's "Epistrophy" on BYG Records. 180 gram vinyl.

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  • Barcode: 8 013252 202315


  • Manufactured By – Abraxas Srl
  • Marketed By – Abraxas Srl
  • Licensed From – Charly Licensing Aps



Songs in album Steve Lacy - Steve Lacy Plays Monk 1969. Steve Lacy - Thelonious. Steve Lacy - Ruby My Dear. Steve Lacy - Light Blue. Steve Lacy - Epistrophy. Steve Lacy - Epistrophy 2. Steve Lacy - Misterioso. Steve Lacy - Friday The Thirteenth. Total votes: 1. Other albums by Steve Lacy. Steve Lacy. Reflections- Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk. Steve Lacy: The Straight Horn of Steve Lacy Reflection. Steve Lacy: The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions. 2016 Original Album plus Bonus Tracks - 1958. Four Classic Albums Soprano Sax, Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk, Straight Horn of Steve Lacy, Evidence. 2016 Remastered. Essential Salute To Theolonius Monk. Reflections subtitled Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk is the second album by Steve Lacy which was released on the Prestige label in 1959. It features performances of Thelonious Monk's compositions by Lacy, Mal Waldron, Buell Neidlinger and Elvin Jones. According to biographer Robin Kelley, this was the first album devoted entirely to Monk's music recorded by another artist. Album 1969 7 Songs. Steve Lacy Plays Monk Steve Lacy. Remastered From Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk. Hornin' In Remastered From Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk. Bye-Ya Remastered From Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk. Let's Call This Remastered From Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk. Ask Me Now Remastered From Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk. Skippy Remastered From Reflections - Plays Thelonious Monk. STEVE LACY - Reflections: Plays Thelonious Monk - CD - Mint Condition Condition: Like New. Time left: 9d 12h 31m 2s Ships to: Worldwide. The best album by Steve Lacy 1960s is Saxophone Special which is ranked number 30315 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 21. Steve Lacy 1960s album bestography. Higher ranked 85,531st This album 98,127th Lower ranked 108,694th CapersReflections: Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious MonkEvidence. Upcoming concerts. Reflections: Plays Thelonious Monk. Steve Lacy Format: Audio CD. By the time this album was recorded in 1958, Lacy was already making his mark playing soprano saxophone exclusively and working with some of the most forward-looking musicians in jazz, like pianist Cecil Taylor and arranger Gil Evans. The group here consists of some of New York's most probing, younger players-pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Buell Neidlinger an associate from the Taylor group, and Elvin Jones, already a forceful presence on drums. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Steve Lacy Plays Monk, 2011. Light Blue, 05:53. Epistrophy Part 2, 06:44. A1 Thelonious 7:12 A2 Ruby My Dear 4:23 A3 Light Blue 5:57 A4 Epistrophy 2:14 B1 Epistrophy 6:46 B2 Mysterioso 3:58 B3 Friday The Thirteenth 5:47. Bass Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark Drums Aldo Romano Piano Michel Graillier tracks: A1, A3, B1, B3 Soprano Saxophone Steve Lacy. About this release. BYG Records BYG 529126 France. Recorded in Paris, September 23, 1969