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8 thoughts on “ Where Are You - Sonny Rollins - The Bridge (SACD, Album)

  1. The Bridge (Hybrid SACD Stereo) This is probably the best album Sonny Rollins ever kiegremocnoliserkanisqueftopever.coing the legendary Jim Hall on is an album every jazz enthusiast should definitely have in their stuff! /5().
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  3. Mar 15,  · The Bridge was the album that marked Sonny Rollins’ return to recording after a three-year self-imposed hiatus that began in Rollins spent most of those three years practicing alone up on the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City: “I would be up there 15 or 16 hours at a time spring, summer, fall and winter”.
  4. But "Worried About You" and "Tops" are effortless, excellent ballads, and "Waiting on a Friend," with its Sonny Rollins sax solo, is an absolute masterpiece, with a moving lyric that captures Jagger in a shockingly reflective and affecting state of mind.
  5. Sonny Rollins The Bridge Hybrid Stereo SACD Sonny Rollins. $ Availability: Backordered. Scintillating Album of Originals and Standards Features Guitarist Jim Hall, Fits Rollins in Quartet Setting Super Audio CD SACD Stereo SACD Layer.
  6. The Bridge is a studio album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, recorded in It was Rollins' first release following a three-year sabbatical and was his first album for RCA Victor. The saxophonist was joined by the musicians with whom he recorded for the next segment of his career: Jim Hall on guitar, Bob Cranshaw on double bass and Ben Riley on drums.
  7. Sonny Rollins Bridge Project. Published on 10 August From to , driven by an insatiable musical quest, the saxophonist Sonny Rollins left the jazz scene and decided to practice almost every day on the Williamsburg Bridge (New York). A bill in progress aims to rename this bridge in order to pay tribute to the jazz giant.
  8. Tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins' first recording after ending a surprising three-year retirement found the great saxophonist sounding very similar to how he had played in , although he would soon start investigating freer forms. In a pianoless quartet with guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Bob Cranshaw, and drummer Ben Riley, Rollins explores four standards (including "Without a Song" and "God 9/

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