Thelonius Monk „Monk’s Music” 1957:
Portal All Music: „The angular stride style featured during the chorus of >Well You Needn’t< is tackled with the same nimble authority as Monk’s completely unfettered solos. If his ability to swing and his utilization of atomic clock accuracy have ever been questioned, the answer lies no further. So utterly free and fantastic, certain passages command immediate review to be fully comprehended.”
Thelonius Monk „5 by Monk by 5” 1959:
Wiki: „The title of the album comes from the quintet playing five of Monk’s compositions. These included the new „Jackie-Ing”, which Monk hummed to the others to help them learn it.”
Thelonius Monk „The Man I Love” 1971:
Bop, klawiatura, łamane oktawy.
„Sound of Marianna Wróblewska”:
Wspomnienie z bardzo odległych czasów, ale miłe…
Ornette Coleman „Sound Museum”:
Internet: „Avant jazz pioneer Ornette Coleman’s return to an acoustic setting — and his first use of piano in that format in over 35 years — triumphs, due to the artist’s still-quixotic writing and improvisatory blueprints, his febrile alto saxophone solos, and the responsiveness of the band, particularly Gerri Allen’s darting keyboard work.”
Lee Konitz „Jazz Nocturne”:
Pastele i seledyny.