Sonny Rollins - The Very Best album
Title: The Very Best
Date of release: 2005
Size MP3: 1197 mb
Size FLAC: 1285 mb
Format: DMF MIDI AIFF AU DXD DTS VOC
Sonny Rollins, Various Artists, Sonny Rollins. Sonny Rollins Plays The Blues. 2016 All Tracks Remastered. Sonny Rollins: The Ultimate Best of Sonny's Collection.
What are the best albums by Sonny Rollins? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Sonny Rollins is ranked number 446 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 5,331. Members who like this artist also like: John Coltrane, Dave Brubeck and Charles Mingus.
Sonny Rollins - It Could Happen to You 03:25. Sonny Rollins - There Will Never Be Another You 05:42. Sonny Rollins - Woody'n You 15:53. Sonny Rollins - I've Told Every Little Star (No. 2) 06:31. Sonny Rollins & Co. 1964 - Sonny Rollins. The Impulse Story - Sonny Rollins. I Love Sonny Rollins - Sonny Rollins. The Quartets Featuring Jim Hall - Sonny Rollins, Фредерик Лоу. On Impulse!, There Will Never Be Another You - Sonny Rollins.
Sonny Rollins was easily one of the most important postwar jazz saxophonists, and if he wasn't as experimental and explorative as John Coltrane, say, he was every bit as influential, and in the mid-'50s, there wasn't a steadier player
Sonny Rollins Remasters Legendary Album with Clifford Brown. Way Out West by Mike Jurkovic. Saxophone Colossus Featuring Sonny Rollins: A Film By Robert Mugge. Terri Hinte: Co-Creating the Image of Jazz. Sonny Rollins, Volume One – 1956. Road Shows, Vol. 3 by Maurizio Zerbo. 3 by Hrayr Attarian. Sonny Rollins: Road Shows, Vol. 3 (2014). 3 by Dan Bilawsky. Sonny Rollins: Barcelona Voll-Damm Jazz Festival, Spain, November 20, 2012. 44 Voll-Damm Festival Internacional de Jazz de Barcelona: Sonny Rollins.
Sonny Rollins & Coleman Hawkins. The Battle of the Tenors (Live). Eddie Harris & Wendel Harrison. The Best of Thelonious Monk (Remastered). John Coltrane Quartet.
The Sonny Rollins entry in the series starts with his first recordings as a leader in 1956 on the Prestige label. Saxophone colossus Rollins is most famous for having brought innovation to improvisation, and having built on the legacies of his predecessors Charlie Parker, Dexter Gordon, and Coleman Hawkins. One track on this CD comes from the 1953 collaboration of Sonny Rollins and the Modern Jazz Quartet, but all of the other tracks come from Sonny's productive period 1956 through 1958 when every thing Sonny played became an instant classic. Two tracks have been taken from his first landmark album "Saxophone Colossus", and one from the great "Tenor Madness" album. Included in this CD is the only recorded performance of Sonny with John Coltrane.
|Why Don't I||5:42|
|How Are Things In Glocca Morra||5:15|
|Sonnymoon For Tswo|
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