9 thoughts on “ Serenade - Sonny Rollins - Sonny, Please (CD, Album) ”

  1. One of the most free-wheeling Sonny Rollins albums of the 60s – an album that features some very long, extended tracks that really break out from some of the straighter moments of Sonny 's mids recordings!
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  3. Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins releases Sonny, Please -his first studio recording in five years - on Emarcy / Doxy Records, his own label. The album was released digitally on November 21, with the traditional CD release date set for January 23, The new CD captures his working band "at a good pitch," as he puts it/5(16).
  4. Oct 07,  · Sonny, Please (Rollins) Don't Stop the Carnival (Rollins) Sonny Rollins' new CD, Sonny, Please, is not yet in stores but is available online and at Rollins' performances. “Orange Crate Art” is a song by Van Dyke Parks and the title of a album by Van Dyke Parks and Brian Wilson. “Orange Crate Art” is for me one of the great.
  5. This excellent CD by the great tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins(b. ) combines two of his finest albums from Tracks ('Tenor Madness') were recorded on May 24, with John Coltrane(tenor sax) on the title-track and Miles Davis's rhythm section of Red Garland(piano); Paul Chambers(bass) & Philly Joe Jones(drums)/5(32).
  6. After a successful Japanese tour Rollins returned to the recording studio for the first time in five years to record the Grammy-nominated CD Sonny, Please (). The CD .
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for This Is What I Do - Sonny Rollins on AllMusic - - When it comes to picking material, today's young.
  8. Sonny, Please, an Album by Sonny Rollins. Released 6 November on Doxy. Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Clifton Anderson (trombone), Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone), Bobby Broom (guitar), Bob Cranshaw (bass), Steve Jordan (drums), Joe Corsello (drums).
  9. East Broadway Run Down is a album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, his last album before industry pressures led him to take a six-year hiatus. The album represents one of his more notable experiments with free jazz, according to The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz illustrating "the furthest extent to which he incorporated noise elements into his playing".

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