Monk in Tokyo is a live album recorded in 1963 and first released in 1969 by CBS/Sony Records, featuring several original Monk compositions as well as jazz standards. Disc One: "Straight, No Chaser" (9:46). Just a Gigolo" (2:30). Evidence (Justice)" (7:55). Bemsha Swing" (4:25). Disc Two: "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" (9:28). Thelonious Monk – piano.
Recording at: Tokio, May 23, 1963, Tokio Broadcasting System TV, G Studio. Digital remastering : . Part of the "Jazz Around"-series. Mastering SID Code (outer ring): IFPI L032. Mould SID Code: none.
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