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Bluesnote - Sonny Rollins - The Originals (CD)

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  1. Oct 13,  · And even though it’s not as classic sounding as other Blue Note titles like Vol. 2 or Newk’s Time, Sonny Rollins, Vol. 1 will satisfy Rollins fans comfortable with a mostly loose and free-flowing set; the hard-swinging originals “Bluesnote” and “Sonnysphere” certainly fit the bill, while the loping blues “Decision” and easy.
  2. Dec 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sonny Rollins - Bluesnote YouTube Sonny Rollins, Volume 1 () (Full Album) - Duration: Jazz Time with Jarvis X 42, views.
  3. Sonny Rollins Biography His fluid and harmonically innovative ideas, effortless manner, and easily identifiable and accessible sound have influenced generations of performers, but have also fueled the notion that mainstream jazz music can be widely enjoyed, recognized, and proliferated.
  4. Complete Live at the Village Gate by Don Cherry (Trumpet)/Sonny Rollins (CD, May, 6 Discs, Solar Records) $ New. $ Used. Sonny Rollins Timeless Classic Albums Saxophone Colossus The Bridge 5 CD. $ New. Road Shows, Vol. 2 by Sonny Rollins (CD.
  5. All in all, Sonny Rollins Volume One is a terrific little slice of hard bop. It suffers by comparison to some Rollins classics, and is arguably less memorable than even Volume Two, recorded a few months later, featuring Thelonious Monk and Horace Silver. But any record with Sonny Rollins is still a pleasure, and this one definitely has its thrills.
  6. This is an interesting collection of the European Real Gone Jazz imprint, pairing eight albums by Sonny Rollins on four discs, all of them recorded between six from Prestige alongside his first two self-titled outings from Blue Note. The then Young Lion leads dates with personnel ranging from Max Roach and Clifford Brown to Donald Byrd and Thelonious Monk and even John Coltrane.
  7. Sonny Rollins' first effort for Blue Note is a solid, if not stellar, album. Joining Sonny on the five tracks (four by Rollins) of "Volume One" are Donald Byrd, Wynton Kelly, Gene Ramey and the great Max Roach. Roach, by the way, brings much needed cohesion to the recording as a result of his past playing experiences with Rollins/5(6).
  8. Sonny Rollins released four LPs for Blue Note; each different in mood, yet, all outstanding. This one includes Donald Byrd, a positive addition to good music, anywhere. Four of the five tracks here are Rollins originals. The opener, "Decisions", is a cool, laid-back "smoker" with very good lines. Sonny's opening solo is right out of the blues/5(7).

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