Criss Cross (alternate take) (1951 Blue Note studio recording, matrix # BN393-1)

~ Recording by Thelonious Monk

Appears on releases

#TitleLengthTrack ArtistRelease TitleRelease ArtistRelease Group TypeCountry/DateLabelCatalog#
3.4Criss Cross (alternate take)2:51Thelonious MonkThe Complete Blue Note Recordings of Thelonious MonkThelonious MonkAlbum + Compilation
Mosaic Records (US jazz reissues)MR4-101
1.4Criss Cross (alternate take)2:51Thelonious MonkGenius of Modern Music, Volume 2Thelonious MonkAlbum
  • US1989-07-12
Blue NoteCDP 7 81511 2
2.12Criss Cross (alternate take)2:51Thelonious MonkThe Complete Blue Note RecordingsThelonious MonkAlbum + Compilation
  • US1994-10-18
Blue NoteCDP 7243 8 30363 2 5
1.12Criss Cross2:51Thelonious MonkMore Genius of Thelonious MonkThelonious MonkAlbum
Blue NoteTOCJ-1604
2.19Criss Cross (alternate take)2:51Thelonious MonkComplete 1947 - 1952 Blue Note RecordingsThelonious MonkAlbum + Compilation
Disconforme S.L. (Andorra Label)JFCD22838
3.2Criss Cross (alternate take)2:50Thelonious MonkFour in One (Jazz Edition series)Thelonious MonkAlbum + Compilation
49.4Criss Cross2:50Thelonious Monk QuintetThe Encyclopedia of Jazz, Part 4/5: Bebop Story – A Musical Revolution That Radically Changed the Road of JazzVarious ArtistsAlbum + Compilation
  • DE2008-10-24
Membran International GmbH232096


alto saxophone:Sahib Shihab (American jazz musician) (on 1951-07-23)
double bass:Al McKibbon (on 1951-07-23)
drums (drum set):Art Blakey (on 1951-07-23)
piano:Thelonious Monk (on 1951-07-23)
vibraphone:Milt Jackson (on 1951-07-23)
recorded at:WOR Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1951-07-23)
recording of:Criss-Cross (on 1951-07-23)


composer:Thelonious Monk
is the basis for:Variants on a Theme of Thelonious Monk (Criss-Cross)