The Sound Of Criss Cross - Bangla Desh album downloadPerformer: The Sound Of Criss Cross
Title: Bangla Desh
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Size MP3 version: 1822 mb
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Size WMA version: 1267 mb
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Genre: Rock / Funk - Soul / Pop
The Sound Of Criss Cross - Bangla Desh album download
Thelonious Sphere Monk (October 10, 1917 – February 17, 1982) was an American jazz pianist and composer.
ce Label: Barclay Cat. 6. 66 Year: 1972 Written-By: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Arranged By: Johnny Glider (Jean Bouchety).
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Criss-Cross is a swing-influenced bop album featuring complex melodies and harmonies, Monk's unique style of stride piano, and his unique ideas on pitch qualities for his improvisations. The title track, "Criss-Cross", is one of his more critically acclaimed compositions. It also features Monk's highly personal use of rhythmic displacement.
Criss-Cross is Thelonious Monk's critically acclaimed second studio release for Columbia Records. The album consists of previously released Monk compositions that were re-recorded for Columbia by the Thelonious Monk Quartet. Criss-Cross was recorded during and shortly after the sessions for Monk's first Columbia LP, Monk's Dream.
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Written-By – Harrison*
Written By – M. Silva, P. Soares
- Artwork – Claudio Bonivento
NotesTitle on A Side appears like "Bangla - Desh".
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|61.559||The Sound Of Criss Cross||Bangla-Desh / Blue Kirie (7", Single)||Barclay||61.559||France||1972|