Sonny Rollins & Co. - The Standard Sonny Rollins album flac
- Album: The Standard Sonny Rollins
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- Country: US
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|A2||Night And Day||3:07|
|A4||My One And Only Love||5:58|
|A5||Three Little Words||2:14|
|B2||I'll Be Seeing You||1:35|
|B4||It Could Happen To You||4:17|
|B5||Long Ago (And Far Away)||2:47|
- Bass – Bob Cranshaw (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10)
- Bass [Arco] – David Izenzon (tracks: 6)
- Bass [Pizzicato] – Teddy Smith (tracks: 6)
- Drums – Mickey Roker (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10), Stu Martin (tracks: 6)
- Guitar – Jim Hall (tracks: 3, 6, 8, 10)
- Piano – Herbie Hancock (tracks: 4, 6, 9)
- Producer – George Avakian
- Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins
NotesGerman release from the 1960's.
Rights society: GEMA
Recorded in New York City
#6 : June 11, 1964
#7 : June 23, 1964
#2-5-8 : June 24, 1964
#3-10 : June 26, 1964
#2 : July 2, 1964
#1 : July 9, 1964
|LSP-3355||Sonny Rollins & Co.||The Standard Sonny Rollins (LP, Album, Dyn)||RCA Victor||LSP-3355||US||1965|
|09026 68681-2||Sonny Rollins & Co.||The Standard Sonny Rollins (CD, Album, RE, RM)||RCA Victor||09026 68681-2||US||1999|
|RGP-1095||Sonny Rollins & Co.||The Standard Sonny Rollins (LP, Album)||RCA||RGP-1095||Japan||1974|
|BVCJ-37540||Sonny Rollins & Co.||The Standard Sonny Rollins (CD, Album, RE, RM)||RCA, BMG||BVCJ-37540||Japan||2007|
|BVCJ-37214, -||Sonny Rollins & Co.||The Standard Sonny Rollins (CD, Album, K2 )||BMG, RCA 100 Years Of Music||BVCJ-37214, -||2001|
Bass – Bob Cranshaw (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B5) Bass – David Izenzon (tracks: B1) Bass (Pizzicato) – Teddy Smith (tracks: B1) Drums – Mickey Roker (tracks.
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Sonny Rollins & C. Sonny Rollins, Bob Cranshaw, Mickey Roker & Jim Hall. It Could Happen to You. Sonny Rollins.
The Standard Sonny Rollins is an album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, his last release for RCA Victor, featuring performances by Rollins with Herbie Hancock, Jim Hall, David Izenzon, Teddy Smith, Stu Martin, Bob Cranshaw and Mickey Roker. Autumn Nocturne" (Kim Gannon, Josef Myrow) - 2:59. Night and Day (Cole Porter) - 3:17. Love Letters" (Edward Heyman, Victor Young) - 3:27. My One and Only Love" (Robert Mellin, Guy Wood) - 5:59. Three Little Words" (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby) - 2:14.
Recorded in New York City : June 11, 1964 : June 23, 1964 : June 24, 1964 : June 26, 1964 : July 2, 1964 : July 9, 1964.
Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) David Izenzon (bass) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Teddy Smith (bass) Stu Martin (drums) Mickey Roker (drums). Theme by Theme Trust.
Just as Sonny Rollins maintained his top position along with John Coltrane, Tubby Hayes, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims and Stanley Turrentine, among others, as one of the premier tenor saxophonists of there generation, he had managed to put out yet another successful ‘standard’ album in 1965 which again found him in absolute top format. The Standard Sonny Rollins combines the elements of his tenor saxophone solos and the standard repertoire- popular standards that is, not jazz standards- which Sonny Rollins And Co. showcased an interesting and fun mixture of ‘far out’ swing and sophisticated cool jazz.
I tend to think of Sonny Rollins in terms of his tenures with the various labels he has recorded for over the past almost 50 years. In the '50s it was Prestige, Blue Note, Riverside, and Contemporary. The saxophonist would then drop off the scene in the early '60s, followed by a brief stay with RCA Victor that was followed up with three albums for Impulse and then his lengthy and often disappointing stay with Milestone. While The Bridge has got to be the quintessential accomplishment of the period, this collection of standards is worthy of praise too. The cast assembled is sure to sound familiar- Herbie Hancock, Bob Cranshaw, Mickey Roker, and Jim Hall.
Sonny Rollins is an American Jazz tenor saxophonist, widely recognized as one of the most important an. .On this day in 1956, John Coltrane joined the Sonny Rollins Quartet to record Sonny's blues 'Tenor Madness. He was like a preacher in a way. Coltrane didn’t waste time. He didn’t do things frivolously. Everything he did was important. Sonny Rollins Quartet with John Coltrane - Tenor Madness.