Various ‎– That's The Way I Feel Now - A Tribute To Thelonious Monk

A&M Records ‎– AMP-8013/14
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold

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A1 Thelonious
Bass – Tom FowlerBass Trombone – Phil TeeleDrums – Chester ThompsonTrombone, Arranged By – Bruce Fowler (3)
A2 Little Rootie Tootie
Bass – Joseph Spampinato*Drums – Tom ArdolinoGuitar – Al Anderson (2)Performer – NRBQ, The Whole Wheat HornsPiano – Terry Adams (2)Tenor Saxophone – Keith SpringTrombone – Donn Adams
A3 Reflections
Guitar, Arranged By – Steve KhanSynthesizer, Arranged By – Donald Fagen
A4 Blue Monk
Piano, Arranged By – Dr. John, Mac Rebennack
A5 Misterioso
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Steve SlagleBass – Steve SwallowDrums – Victor LewisFrench Horn – Vincent ChanceyGuitar – Hiram BullockOrgan, Arranged By – Carla BleyPercussion, Effects [Special Effects] – Manolo BadrenaPerformer – The Carla Bley BandPiano – Kenny KirklandTenor Saxophone – Johnny GriffinTrombone – Gary ValenteTrumpet – Mike Mantler*Tuba – Bob StewartVocals [The Voice Of Death] – Hal Willner
B1 Pannonica
Piano [Tack Piano], Arranged By – Barry Harris (2)
B2 Ba-Lue-Bolivar-Ba-Lues-Are
Alto Saxophone – David McMurrayBacking Vocals – Carol Hall, Donald Ray Mitchell, Harry Bowens, Sweet Pea AtkinsonFlute – David WasGuitar, Synthesizer, Arranged By [Horn Arrangment] – Don WasPercussion – Larry FratangeloPerformer – Was (Not Was)Tenor Saxophone – Michael Ward (3)Trombone – Jervonny CollierTrumpet – Marcus BelgraveVocals – Sheila Jordan
B3 Brilliant Corners
Bass – Steve SwallowDrums – Joey Barron*Guitar – Brenden Harkein*, John ScofieldGuitar, Arranged By – Mark Bingham
B4 Ask Me Now
Soprano Saxophone, Arranged By – Steve LacyTenor Saxophone, Arranged By – Charlie Rouse
B5 Monk's Mood
Bass – Buster WilliamsDrums, Percussion – Victor LewisFrench Horn – Gregory Williams (2), Vincent Chancey, Bill Warnick*French Horn [Solo] – Willie RuffFrench Horn, Celesta, Arranged By – Sharon FreemanPiano – Kenneth Barron*
C1 Four In One
Alto Saxophone, Arranged By – Gary WindoSynthesizer, Keyboards, Guitar, Drum Programming, Arranged By – Todd Rundgren
C2 Functional
Piano, Arranged By – Randy Weston
C3 Evidence
Drums, Arranged By – Elvin JonesSoprano Saxophone, Arranged By – Steve Lacy
C4 Shuffle Boil
Drums, Timpani – M.E. Miller*Guitar, Vocals – Arto LindsayNoises [Game Calls], Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Arranged By – John ZornPiano, Organ, Celesta, Electronics – Wayne Horvitz
C5 In Walked Bud
Alto Saxophone – Pat PatrickBass – John OreDrums – Frankie DunlopPerformer – Terry Adams and FriendsPiano – Terry Adams (2)Trombone – Roswell Rudd
C6 Criss Cross
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar – Eugene ChadbourneDrums, Percussion – David LichtPerformer, Arranged By – ShockabillyPiano, Organ, Bass, Trombone [Alto], Percussion [Dad's Clocks], Performer [Tapes] – Mark Kramer*
C7 Jackie-ing
Bass – Steve SwallowBass Saxophone, Whistle – Ralph CarneyClarinet – Don Davis (3)Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Mars WilliamsDrums – Joey Barron*Guitar – Brenden Harkein*, John ScofieldGuitar, Arranged By – Mark BinghamTrumpet – David Buck
D1 'Round Midnight
Bass – Bob CranshawBass Clarinet – Ken McIntyreCello – Enrique Orango*, Muneer Abdul FataahClarinet – Lawrence Feldman, Steve SlagleConcertmaster – Jerry LittleConductor – Sharon FreemanDrums – Buddy WilliamsPiano, Arranged By – Joe JacksonViola – Crystal Garner, Maxine RoachViolin – Cheryl Hong, Karen Gilbert, Melanie Baker, Sandra Billingsles*, Stan Hunt*
D2 Friday The Thirteenth
Vibraphone [Vibes], Marimba, Percussion [Additional] – Dave SamuelsVocals, Arranged By – Bob Dorough, Bobby McFerrin
D3 Work
Bass – Marcus MillerDrums – Anton FigGuitar – Peter FramptonGuitar, Arranged By, Other [Concept] – Chris Spedding
D4 Gallop's Gallop
Soprano Saxophone, Arranged By – Steve Lacy
D5 Bye-Ya
Alto Saxophone, Arranged By – Steve SlagleBass, Arranged By – Steve SwallowDrums, Arranged By – Ed BlackwellPiano, Arranged By – Dr. John
D6 Bemsha Swing
Piano, Electric Piano, Arranged By – Gil EvansSoprano Saxophone, Arranged By – Steve Lacy

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