Gerry mulligan paul desmond blues in time

Mulligan Meets Monk is a studio album by American jazz pianist Thelonious Monk and baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan , originally released on Riverside Records in 1957. [4] [5] It has been reissued numerous times. It was remastered for CD in 1987 (on Fantasy 's Original Jazz Classics ) with three additional alternative takes from the original session. [6]

Performers    Ken Colyer, c; Mike Sherbourne, tb; Roger Bird, cl; Ray Smith, p; Bill Stotesbury, bj; Annie Hawkins, b; Colin Bowden, d. 20 Dec 1975

All of Ireland celebrated last Sunday evening when young Greystones golfer Paul Dunne ( below ) won his first European Tour title at the British Masters, but for a certain vintage of Connacht Rugby players and supporters the moment was double sweet as they recalled his dad Collie’s finest hour. Collie Dunne played outhalf and full back for Connacht and was one of several Dublin based players on the team that included Noel Mannion, Ciaran Fitzgerald, Henry O’Toole, UCG student scrumhalf Conor McCarthy, Robbie Henshaw’s uncle Davie Henshaw, and Mick Tarpey. According to archives, the 11-9 win was carved out in front of only 300 spectators on a wet and windy day in November, and it took a dramatic score from centre Liam Mulcahy with just seconds remaining to seal an unlikely star studded Munster team included names such as Donal Lenihan, Michael Bradley, Ralph Keyes, Michael Kiernan and former Ireland coach Eddie O’Sullivan.

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