- Performer:Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio
- Title:Plays Tadd Dameron and Thelonious Monk
- Date of release:April 21, 2008
- Recording date:June 4, 1975 - 1984
- Recording location:Montreux, Switzerland
- Size FLAC version1440 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1427 megabytes
- Size WMA version1109 megabytes
- Formats:APE VOC TTA AHX VQF MPC
Barry Harris, Barry Harris Trio. Barry Harris, Barry Harris Trio.
Track 9 – 15 New York, November 3-5, 1977. Tracks 09-12 released on VVAA - I Remember Bebop (columbia), tw0 lp's with new material (not a compilation from other releases) Track 13 from same session, but not released on these two lp's Plays the Music of Thelonious Monk BARRY HARRIS, piano BILL LEE, bass LEROY WILLIAMS, drums. Highlights of the highly recommended (but probably difficult-to-find) set include "Hot House," "The Chase," "Casbah" and "Our Delight.
Track 15 recorded live in Montreux, Switzerland, July 15, 1978.
Live in Tokyo is a live album by pianist Barry Harris which was recorded in Japan in 1976 and released on the Xanadu label. All compositions by Barry Harris except as indicated. Round Midnight" (Thelonious Monk) - 5:58. Tea for Two" (Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar) - 4:45. Dance of the Infidels" (Bud Powell) - 5:43.
Barry Harris Plays Barry Harris. Other albums by Barry Harris. For this excellent Xanadu set (an LP that was reissued briefly on CD), pianist Barry Harris (not particularly famous as a composer) performs seven of his catchy originals, most of which are based on the chord changes of bop standards. With fine assistance from bassist George Duvivier and drummer Leroy Williams, Harris shows that if he had pursued this path, he might have come up with a few standards of his own creation. Father Flanagan" (dedicated to pianist Tommy Flanagan) is most memorable. Scott Yanow, All Music Guide.
This album has an average beat per minute of 101 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 60/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
Barry Doyle Harris (born December 15, 1929) is an American jazz pianist, bandleader, composer, arranger and educator. He is an exponent of the bebop style. 1970 saw him playing with Hank Mobley, Wilbur Ware, and Thelonious Monk, the latter of which he went with on a tour of Japan. Later in the 1970s he played with Yusef Lateef, Ray Bryant, Charles McPherson, Stan Getz, Andrew Hill, Sonny Stitt, Junior Cook, Al Cohn, Buddy Tate, and Bob Wilber. In the 1980s Williams played with Talk Talk, Art Davis, Barry Harris, Tommy Flanagan, Steve Turre, and Bill Hardman. In the 1990s he performed with Anthony Braxton, Lee Konitz, Ralph Lalama, and Pete Malinverni.
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CreditsTadd Dameron - Composer
Barry Harris - Primary Artist
Barry Harris - Piano, Primary Artist, Tack Piano
Barry Harris Trio - Primary Artist
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Gene Taylor - Bass
Leroy Williams - Drums
|1||Hot House Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||4:33|
|2||Soultrane Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||5:40|
|3||The Chase Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||5:08|
|4||Lady Bird Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||5:04|
|5||Casbah Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||8:24|
|6||If You Could See Me Now Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||5:29|
|7||The Tadd Walk Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||3:37|
|8||Our Delight Tadd Dameron||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||4:14|
|9||Epostrophy Thelonious Monk||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||3:18|
|10||In Walked Bud Thelonious Monk||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||3:44|
|11||52nd Street Theme Thelonious Monk||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||2:55|
|12||Ruby My Dear Thelonious Monk||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||3:52|
|13||Light Blue Thelonious Monk||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||2:30|
|14||Pannonica Thelonious Monk||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||6:05|
|15||All God's Chillun' Got Rhythm||Barry Harris / Barry Harris Trio||5:56|