Sonny Stitt And The Giants - Night Work album flac
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- Alto Saxophone – Sonny Stitt
- Bass – Tommy Potter
- Drums – Kenny Clarke
- Piano – Walter Bishop, Jr.
- Trumpet – Howard McGhee
NotesRecorded at Turicop Studios, Zurich on October 18, 1967
|BL-307||Sonny Stitt & The Giants||Night Work (LP)||Black Lion Records||BL-307||US||1974|
|ITC 28 484-4 U||Sonny Stitt & The Giants||Night Work (LP, Album)||Black Lion Records||ITC 28 484-4 U||Germany||1975|
|BLP 30154||Sonny Stitt & The Giants||Night Work (LP, Album)||Black Lion Records||BLP 30154||UK||1974|
|BL-307||Sonny Stitt & The Giants||Night Work (LP, Album)||Black Lion Records||BL-307||US||1974|
|BLP 30154||Sonny Stitt & The Giants||Night Work (LP, Album)||Black Lion Records||BLP 30154||Netherlands||1981|
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Sonny Stitt And The Giants. Night Work (LP, Album, RE). Jazz Man. JAZ 5040. Sonny Stitt & The Giants.
This enjoyable LP features an all-star quintet at a session cut while in Zurich. Altoist Sonny Stitt and trumpeter Howard McGhee match together well and the rhythm section (pianist Walter Bishop, J. bassist Tommy Potter and drummer Kenny Clarke) is state of the art for bop of the period.
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.
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SONNY STITT Giants NIGHT WORK SEALED NEW LP 1974 BL307 Tommy Potter Kenny Clarke. Sonny Stitt & The Giants-Night Work-Black Lion 30154-ENGLAND. SONNY STITT & THE GIANTS-NIGHT WORK-A Near Mint Jazz Album-BLACK LION
Sonny Side Up is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, and the tenor saxophonists Sonny Stitt and Sonny Rollins, recorded in December 1957 in New York City. It was released in 1959 on producer Norman Granz's newly launched Verve label. As Thomas Cunniffe has written, "The pairing of Rollins and Stitt was highly inspired. More important than their common nicknames (and the punning album title), tenor saxophonists Rollins and Stitt were both influenced by Charlie Parker, but each took a vastly different approach to improvisation
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). This is an improvisational master at work; relaxed, in a comfortable chair, laid back, legs crossed, blowing musical history, right off the top of his head. until Stitt's NEXT album. The tracks from the original "Night Letter" album (1969) find Stitt playing a Varitone sax, an electrified tenor which he used often in the late 60's. His tone remains recognizable and he is in fine form on standards and originals played with a quartet that includes organist Gene Ludwig, Pat Martino on guitar, and drummer Randy Gelispie.