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Moanin' / Blue Monk by Tobin Mueller

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Album Title: Standard Deviation (Tobin Mueller)
Label: ArtsForge
Released: 2018


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About the Album

Combining two Jazz classics, "Moanin' Monk" features Grammy-winning guitarist Paul Nelson, the incomparable pianist Tobin Mueller (arrangement, pianos, synths, organ, bass), and percussionist Mike Nappi (drums). From an album that combines comparable standards in devious ways to create heightened appreciation of each tune.

Track Listing

Vol 1: God Bless the Child / What A Wonderful World, St. Louis Blues, Eleanor Rigby, Birdland / Long Distance Runaround, Moanin' / Blue Monk, After Hours / Monk's Point, Cool, Take Five, Straight, No Chaser, Take the "A" Train. Vol 2: Autumn Leaves / Ornithology, Stardust, Am I Blue / Summertime, Moon River / Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Georgia On My Mind, Sophisticated Lady, Fly Me To The Moon, The Way You Look Tonight / The Nearness of You, Secret Love, My Funny Valentine, It Don't Mean a Thing / Fascinating Rhythm / I Got Rhythm, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes / People, Where Is Love, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square


Additional Personnel

Lamar Moore: percussion; Mike Nappi: percussion; Woody Mankowski: saxophone; Paul Nelson: guitar; Pat Wayland: guitar; Kenny Cash: electric bass

Date featured

January 15, 2020

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