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  • Peter Luce wrote on February 25, 2010 report

    I've gone to the monkbook website referenced above looking for the technical material that was omitted from the the book. Can't find this material. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
    PeterL

  • Victor L. Schermer wrote on February 26, 2010 report

    Professor Kelley indicated he MAY EVENTUALLY post the technical material (musical analysis) on his website. He hasn't done so as yet.

  • Greg Masters wrote on March 11, 2010 report

    This is a terrific interview. Thanks AAJ, and authors. I'm sorry to hear that a good deal of musical analysis was cut from the book. I for one would love to see that. I heard Quincy Troupe say that a good deal of musical discussion was edited out of his Miles bio, too. Posting it to a website is a good idea.

  • jj-momscashblog wrote on May 08, 2010 report

    I also thought that this was a great interview, although it makes me want to know more about Thelonious Monk. Especially his hard times, and how he managed to keep on trucking and over come some of the hardships that he had to live with. I'm going to go and find more info. on this legendary man, I've enjoyed what I did learned here today. Thanks for the info. and great interview.

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