Monk (1964 album)
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For the Prestige Records album of the same name, see Monk (1954 album).
|Studio album by Thelonious Monk|
|Thelonious Monk chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|||
The track "Pannonica" is a tribute to the jazz patron Nica de Koenigswarter.
The track "Teo" is a tribute to the albums' producer Teo Macero.
- "Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)" (4:35)
- "April in Paris"(7:52)
- "Children's Song (That Old Man)" (4:55)
- "I Love You (Sweetheart Of All My Dreams)" (6:45)
- "Just You, Just Me" (8:42)
- "Pannonica" (7:21)
- "Teo" (5:24)
- Piano - Thelonious Monk
- Bass - Larry Gales
- Drums - Ben Riley
- Producer - Teo Macero
- Saxophone [Tenor] - Charlie Rouse