Artist: Sonny Rollins Title Of Album: Volume Two Year Of Release: 1957 Label: Blue Note Genre: Jazz, Bop, Hard Bop Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork | Quality: Lossless | Total Time: 40:41 Total Size: 292 MB(+3%) |
1.Why Don't I 2.Wail March 3.Misterioso 4.Reflections 5.You Stepped Out Of A Dream 6.Poor Butterfly
Sonny Rollins - tenor saxophone Jay Jay Johnson - trombone (tracks 1-3, 5-7) Horace Silver - piano (1-3, 5-7) Thelonious Monk - piano (3, 4) Paul Chambers - bass Art Blakey - drums
Compared to his Prestige, Riverside, and Contemporary recordings of the 1950s, some of Rollins' appearances on Blue Note seemed anticlimactic, but none should be overlooked. This unusual album mostly has Rollins in an all-star quintet with trombonist J.J. Johnson, pianist Horace Silver, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Art Blakey, but Thelonious Monk sits in on his ballad "Reflections" and on "Misterioso" both Silver and Monk get to take contrasting solos. Of the other selections, Rollins' two originals ("Why Don't I" and "Wail March") are worth reviving, and he finds something new to say on "Poor Butterfly" and an uptempo "You Stepped Out of a Dream." ~ Scott Yanow
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