Charlie Rouse

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  • The concert features, among others, Charlie Rouse on tenor in his first of several recordings with Monk.
  • He recorded many small combo dates, including sessions with Young, Charlie Rouse and later with John Coltrane.
  • Pettiford asked Charlie Rouse - who was in the audience - if he would sit in, but Rouse did not have his saxophone with him.
  • Charlie Rouse died from lung cancer at University Hospital in Seattle at the age of 64.
  • He taught music through the 1970s, both in classrooms and at his apartment in midtown Manhattan and instructed musicians like Charlie Rouse in music theory.
  • After being brought together by Carter and playing in his quartet for a few years, Barron, Williams, and Riley went on to form Sphere with Charlie Rouse.
  • Takin' Care of Business is the debut album led by American jazz saxophonist Charlie Rouse which was recorded in 1960 for the Jazzland label.
  • Bossa Nova Bacchanal is an album by American saxophonist Charlie Rouse recorded in 1962 and released on the Blue Note label.
  • New footage was also shot, featuring interviews with his son, Thelonious Monk Jr., tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse, and other family and friends of Monk.
  • This is the last Monk album featuring the Thelonious Monk Quartet, and the last featuring Charlie Rouse (who appears on only half the tracks, having missed a recording session to attend his father's funeral).
  • Tracey continued to record with American musicians on occasion as well, with dates taking place with Sal Nistico in 1985 and Monk associate, Charlie Rouse in 1987.
  • He went on to tour with Charles Mingus in 1975 and 1977 and made recordings with Charlie Rouse (1977), George Adams, and as a leader.
  • It features Monk on piano, Larry Gales on bass, Charlie Rouse on tenor sax, and Ben Riley on drums.
  • Since then, he has been establishing his position as one of the top piano players in the UK jazz scene, working with Herb Geller, Sheila Jordan, Art Farmer, Red Rodney, Charlie Rouse, Bill Watrous, Scott Hamilton, Stanley Turrentine, and many others.
  • Terrane theory was first proposed by Jim Monger of the Geological Survey of Canada and Charlie Rouse in 1971 as an explanation for a set of fusilinid fossils found in central British Columbia.
  • He co-led, with Charlie Rouse, the group Les Jazz Modes from 1956 to 1959, and he toured with Quincy Jones and his band from 1959 to 1961.
  • Monk did not form another long-term band until June 1958, when he began a second residency at the Five Spot, again with a quartet, this time with Griffin (and later Charlie Rouse) on tenor, Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums.
  • He has had a long and varied career, performing with many of the most notable names in jazz, including Kenny Barron, Eddie Harris, Sonny Stitt, Duke Pearson, Al Cohn, Charlie Rouse, Barney Kessel and many others.
  • Working with producer Teo Macero on his debut for the label, the sessions in the first week of November had a stable line-up that had been with him for two years: tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse (who worked with Monk from 1959 to 1970), bassist John Ore, and drummer Frankie Dunlop.
  • It was officially named to honor Charlie Rouse in 2007 by its discoverer, the American planetary scientist and astronomer Joe Montani, a Thelonious Monk and Rouse fan.