God Bless The Child - Sonny Rollins - The Bridge
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Label: ORG Music - ORGM-1078,RCA - ORGM-1078,RCA Victor - ORGM-1078 • Format: Vinyl LP, Misprint, Reissue, Stereo 180gram • Country: USA, Canada & Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop
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 inalthough he would soon start investigating freer forms.
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Sonny Rollins. Where Are You? John S. The Bridge. God Bless the Child. You Do Something to Me. Cole Porter. The Bridge Sonny Rollins.
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Where Are You and God Bless the Child are classic Rollins ballads - brimming with the full, liquid, singing tone that came to characterize such works of Sonny's in the 60s. In Where Are You, Rollins glides in after the guitar solo for a gorgeous legato duet with Hall that leads us gracefully back to the melody, with the rhythm section rejoining.
User Reviews. After a meteoric rise to fame in the s, legendary tenor sax man Sonny Rollins had walked away from it all by the decade's end, embarking on an introspective, almost monastic three-year quest to improve his technique, during which time he would spend up to 16 hours a day playing his sax, alone, on New York City's Williamsburg bridge, 9/
Them that's not shall lose. So the Bible said and it still is news. Mama may have, papa may have. But God bless the child that's got his own. That's got his own. Yes, the strong gets more. While the weak ones fade. Empty pockets don't ever make the grade.
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Aug 06, · Widely acknowledged as the most significant and accomplished tenor saxophonist in the world, Sonny Rollins's recording legacy is nothing short of extraordinary. Beginning as a sideman in the late-'40s, he worked with Charlie Parker, Fats Navarro, Bud Powell, Max Roach, Clifford Brown, Thelonious Monk, Art Blakey, and Miles Davis/5(46).
rows · Watch the video for God Bless the Child from Sonny Rollins's The Essential .