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Sonny Rollins, Jim Hall, Bob Cranshaw, Ben Riley

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  • Sonny Rollins - What's New?
  • 01. Don't Stop The Carnival (6:09)
  • 02. If Ever I Would Leave You (12:05)
  • 03. Brownskin Girl (6:48)
  • 04. Bluesongo (4:43)
  • 05. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (9:12)
  • 06. Jungoso (10:53)
  • Sonny Rollins - saxophone
  • Jim Hall - guitar
  • Bob Cranshaw - double bass
  • Ben Riley - drums
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Nr kat.: ORGM2032
Label  : ORG Music
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Nr kat.: BVCJ37210
Label  : RCA VICTOR (Japan)

PREMIERA wersji winylowej - w nakładzie 2000 egzemplarzy w skali światowej! Mastered from original analog tapes by Grammy Award winner Bernie Grundman and pressed on 180g audiophile grade vinyl at Pallas in Germany, this reissue shines a new light on Rollins' 1962 masterpiece. **** Digitally remastered by Jay Newland (March, 1993, BMG Studios, New York). Includes liner notes by Gene Kalbacher. Recorded almost a year before GETZ/GILBERTO, WHAT'S NEW offers the flip side to that definitive recording of early Sixties bossa nova. Getz and Gilberto carefully distilled their music down to its essentials; the vocal and sense of song came first, and Getz's warm, furry tenor obligatti made the perfect complement to Gilberto's half-talked, half-sung vocals. In contrast, WHAT'S NEW is an extrovert's record. The ensemble on "If Ever I Would Leave You" and "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" is the same as on Rollins' landmark "pianoless quartet" return to the jazz scene, THE BRIDGE (1961) and guitarist Hall, bassist Cranshaw and drummer Riley all dig in and cook behind their leader. Rollins' tone is muscular, his improvisations expansive and his attack confident, at times bordering on strident. "Jungoso" is essentially a dialogue between the tenorist and percussionist Candido, underpinned by Cranshaw's vamp. The same trio blows through the relaxed "Bluesongo."." Brown Skin Gal" marries Latin percussion to a calypso groove and features six-part vocals framing solos by Rollins and Hall. Sonny Rollins Quartet: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone); Jim Hall (guitar); Bob Cranshaw (acoustic


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