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God Bless The Child - Sonny Rollins - The Bridge / What’s New? (CD)

8 thoughts on “ God Bless The Child - Sonny Rollins - The Bridge / What’s New? (CD)

  1. Akinokree
    Mar 20,  · The Bridge - Sonny Rollins-ts, Jim Hall-g, Bob Cranshaw-b, Ben Riley-d.
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  2. Faugor
    The album was re-released in in Japan and in the U.S. It was relaunched in on CD by Bluebird/RCA/BMG and remastered from the original master tapes for CD in for the Bluebird .
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  3. Dimuro
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Bridge by Sonny Rollins (CD, Sep, Hallmark) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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  4. Yoramar
    The structure of the title-track is also curious, consisting of choruses that are either in common time or a mixture of 6/8 and 4/4. Sonny really lets rip on this tune. The alternative version is too scrappy in the difficult opening. God Bless the Child is presented at a slow tempo, allowing Rollins and Hall to play meditatively. Again, the.
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  5. Shajar
    Jun 23,  · • Sonny Rollins and the Contemporary Leaders – DCC; Contemporary quartet/quintet recordings • St. Thomas–Sonny Rollins Trio Live in Stockholm – Dragon (Sweden) • The Quartets featuring Jim Hall – Bluebird; RCA recordings; this CD includes the RCA album The Bridge.
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  6. Yoramar
    The Bridge is Sonny Rollins first album after his three year sabbatical and imho a must for any jazz record collection. During these years he used to practice in open air, at the Williamsburg bridge on the lower east side of Manhattan One of the biggest problems with buying records online is that you almost never can be sure of which version/ pressing you'll get/5(10).
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  7. Akilrajas
    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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  8. Yolrajas
    John S. The Bridge God Bless the Child You Do Something to MePerformer Notes: Personnel: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Jim Hall (guitar); Bob Cranshaw (bass); Ben Riley, Harry T. Saunders (drums).Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, New York, New York on January 30 & February 13 & 14, Originally released on RCA (). billeurothsevolmocootisupballnekit.coinfo: $
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