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Sonny Rollins: Vol. 2

Sonny Rollins

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Why Don't I ?
Sonny Rollins
Wail March
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Sonny Rollins
Sonny Rollins
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Sonny Rollins
Poor Butterfly
Sonny Rollins
Total Playing Time    40:48
"Special Merit Jazz Album ... another essential volume for the modernist collector ... the resourcefulness and vigour, plus the good sound, are rarely equalled ..." - Billboard "Five Stars ... a terrific bop burner ... there are no bad records by Sonny Rollins, but some are better than others. This is one of the better ones. It's uniformly excellent with a fantastic band ... a keeper, not just for Rollins devotees but for anyone who likes bop. " - All About Jazz Sonny Rollins, Vol. 2, the saxophonist's second album for Blue Note, has been called an essential record for any jazz fan. This 1957 release features Rollins backed by a star-studded lineup including Art Blakey on drums, Horace Silver on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, trombonist J.J. Johnson and an appearance by Thelonious Monk at the piano for his two compositions Misterioso and Reflections.
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