|1||Little Rootie Tootie||9:45|
|SSC 1036D||Jerry Gonzalez||Rumba Para Monk (CD, Album)||Sunnyside||SSC 1036D||US||2001|
- Bass – Andy Gonzalez
- Drums, Bata, Timbales, Claves, Shekere, Bells – Steve Berrios
- Liner Notes – Russ Musto
- Piano – Larry Willis
- Producer – Jerry Gonzalez
- Tenor Saxophone – Carter Jefferson
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Congas, Shekere, Bells, Guiro, Producer – Jerry Gonzalez
- Written-By – Thelonious Monk
Recorded October 27 & 28, 1988, at A & R Studios, New York City. Additional recording February 16 & March 3, 1989.
- Barcode: 016728103626
- Copyright (c) – Sunnyside Communications, Inc.
Album 1988 8 Songs. Rumba Para Monk Jerry Gonzalez. Recorded October 27 & 28, 1988, at A & R Studios, New York City. Listen free to Jerry Gonzalez Rumba Para Monk Monk's Mood, Bye-ya and more. 8 tracks 70:19. Jerry Gonzalez. Bye-Ya, 06:48. Little Rootie Tootie, 09:51. Reflections, 09:34. Now playing . Rumba Para Monk is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by JERRY GONZÁLEZ released in 1989 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. 1 Monk's Mood 11:13 2 Bye-Ya k 6:42 3 Nutty 5:37 4 Little Rootie Tootie 9:45 5 Misterioso 10:03 6 Ugly Beauty 7:26 7 Reflections 9:29 8 Jackie-Ing 11:29. Bass Andy Gonzalez Drums, Bata. Rumba Para Monk. Released: Oct item:Rumba Para Monk by Jerry Gonzalez Audio CD . Only 2 left in stock more on the way. Moliendo Café by Jerry Gonzalez Audio CD . Only 3 left in stock - order soon. This is a very fine album with excellent trumpet and percussion and genuinely original readings of Monk's compositions. The result is true to Latin style and to Monk in a refreshing way. Read more. 7 people found this helpful. Trumpeterpercussionist Jerry Gonzalezb. 1949 recorded this fascinating tribute to pianistcomposer Thelonious Monk in New York City during the autumn of 1988 and winter of 1989. Tema de Thelonious Monk. Del álbum Rumba para Monk, 1988 Sunnyside Records http. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. These were followed by their hit album, Rumba Para Monk, in 1988, earning them recognition from the French Academie du Jazz with the Jazz Record of the Year award. This was the record that caught the ears of the jazz community, and is still considered a stellar project. Jerry González & the Fort Apache Band offered a tribute to Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers on their 2005 release Rumba Buhaina. That was their first record as a quintet, without John Stubblefield, who died in 2005. In 2008, the Heineken Festival paid tribute to Jerry González and his brother Andy, the first Puerto Ricans to be honored by the Heineken Festival