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  1. Label: Prestige - UCCO • Series: Jazz The Best 完全限定¥1, • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop Sonny Rollins - Plus 4 (, CD) | Discogs.
  2. He is among the very best tenor saxophonists in jazz history, and one of the best overall performers and composers in jazz history. Two of the songs included from the album "Sonny Rollins Plus Four" ("Valse Hot" and "Pent-Up House") are masterpiecesthey are two of the best jazz songs ever recorded/5(29).
  3. Rollins also trades licks with Dizzy Gillespie and Sonny Stitt on the Verve date "I Know That You Know," while "Body and Soul" rounds out his '50s recordings. Rollins' legacy is picked up with "Bridge" from his comeback album The Bridge, and the CD concludes with "Alfie's Theme Differently" from the soundtrack Alfie on Impulse.
  4. Thankfully, Prestige recorded the group in March so that Rollins and Brown were captured ensemble. The record is brief, but important. The disc begins with Rollins' "Valse Hot" a jazz waltz that features fine solos by Rollins and Brown followed by Richie Powell on piano and a Max Roach drum solo/5(11).
  5. This seven-CD box set lives up to its title, reissuing in chronological order all of tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins' recordings for Prestige. Dating mostly from , these valuable performances find Rollins developing from a promising player to a potential giant; many of his best recordings would take place a year or two after this program ends.
  6. Sonny Rollins is jazz's most famous adventurer into the realm of waltzing in ¾ time, kick-started by his remarkable composition "Valse Hot." This is probably one of the very first times that the quintet's members had ever played (and soloed!) in a waltz setting, but they don't get lost in the least - they plow right through its bouncy lilt/5(11).
  7. Thankfully, Prestige recorded the group in March so that Rollins and Brown were captured ensemble. The record is brief, but important. The disc begins with Rollins' "Valse Hot" a jazz waltz that features fine solos by Rollins and Brown followed by Richie Powell on piano and a Max Roach drum solo.5/5(1).
  8. This budget compilation was originally released on double LP in , as part of a series of compilations by Prestige in the s. It was issued during Sonny Rollins' second period of self-imposed exile. The first occurred between and , when Rollins recorded a dizzying number of sets under his own name, and as a featured guest with other notables.
  9. Aug 27,  · Sony Rollins plays Valse Hot and Kiss and Run. Skip navigation () [CD edition] - Duration: Tenor Madness by Sonny Rollins from 'The Complete Prestige Recordings' Disc 5 - Duration.

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