Sonny Stitt - Stitt's Bits, Vol. 1 album
Title: Stitt's Bits, Vol. 1
Date of release: 1968
Size MP3: 1539 mb
Size FLAC: 1252 mb
Format: ASF ADX VOC MIDI FLAC MP1 VQF
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Some early '50s sessions featuring saxophonist Sonny Stitt. These albums have been reissued since this came out in a more comprehensive fashion on a pair of Prestige single disc releases.
Sonny Stitt Vol. 1 (1946-50) - Sonny Stitt. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.
Edward Hammond Boatner Jr. (February 2, 1924 – July 22, 1982), known professionally as Sonny Stitt, was an American jazz saxophonist of the bebop/hard bop idiom. Known for his warm tone, he was one of the best-documented saxophonists of his generation, recording more than 100 albums. He was nicknamed the "Lone Wolf" by jazz critic Dan Morgenstern because of his relentless touring and devotion to jazz.
Sonny Stitt is an eponymous album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded in Chicago in 1958 and originally released on the Argo label. He is in above-average form, making this CD reissue of interest to bebop collectors". All compositions by Sonny Stitt except as indicated.
Sonny Stitt may be one of the most neglected figures of the bop era, a brilliant alto saxophonist unjustly overlooked for his stylistic resemblance to Charlie Parker. But as this exemplary three-CD set demonstrates, Stitt was his own man, and his style could still serve as a definition of bop, his lithe, high-speed lines and effortless swing propelling him through complex chord changes and sometimes fractured rhythms.
Sonny Stitt Plays Arrangements From The Pen Of Quincy Jones. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Masterpieces of Sonny Stitt, Vol. 2. Sonny Stitt.
|A4||Mean To Me|
|A5||Stairway To The Stars|
|A7||Can't We Be Friends|
|B1||After You've Gone|
|B2||Our Very Own|
|B4||To Think You've Chosen Me|
|B5||Nice Work If You Can Get It|
|B6||Count Every Star|
|B8||There Will Never Be Another You|
- Alto Saxophone – Sonny Stitt (tracks: A6, A7)
- Baritone Saxophone – Gene Ammons (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Bass – Gene Wright* (tracks: A6 to B8), Tommy Potter (tracks: A1 to A5)
- Drums – Art Blakey (tracks: A1 to A7), Wesley Landers* (tracks: B1 to B8)
- Liner Notes [July 1968] – Bob Porter
- Photography By – Popsie
- Piano – Charles Bateman (tracks: A6, A7), Duke Jordan (tracks: B5 to B8), Junior Mance (tracks: B1 to B4), Kenny Drew (tracks: A1 to A5)
- Reissue Producer, Design – Don Schlitten
- Supervised By [Supervision] – Bob Weinstock
- Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Stitt (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B8)
- Trombone – Matthew Gee (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Trumpet – Bill Massey (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Vocals – Larry Townsend (tracks: B4)
NotesA1-A5: Recorded Feb. 17, 1950
A6-A7: Recorded Jan. 31, 1951
B1-B4: Recorded Oct. 8, 1950
B5-B8: Recorded June 28, 1950
Orig. Prestige 7585 with dark blue label and "Bergenfield" address.
|PR 7585, P-7585||Sonny Stitt||Stitt's Bits, Vol. 1 (LP, Comp, RE, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 7585, P-7585||US||Unknown|
|MJ-7129, (PRES-7054)||Sonny Stitt||Stitt's Bits, Vol. 1 (LP, Comp, Mono, RE, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||MJ-7129, (PRES-7054)||Japan||1970|
|MJ-7129, PRES-7054||Sonny Stitt||Stitt's Bits, Vol. 1 (LP, Comp, Mono, Promo, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||MJ-7129, PRES-7054||Japan||Unknown|