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  1. Mazuk
    Mar 15,  · The Bridge was the album that marked Sonny Rollins’ return to recording after a three-year self-imposed hiatus that began in Rollins spent most of those three years practicing alone up on the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City: “I would be up there 15 or 16 hours at a time spring, summer, fall and winter”.
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  2. Mauzilkree
    The Bridge is Sonny Rollins first album after his three year sabbatical and imho a must for any jazz record collection/5(7).
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  3. Kigajas
    The Bridge, an Album by Sonny Rollins. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Hard Bop.
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  4. Garr
    Jun 17,  · The Bridge, recorded in for RCA Records, is one of Rollins's most dramatic recordings: it marks a return from three years of self-imposed retirement and its title track is a nod to the stories that Rollins had spent much of that time practicing by himself on the Williamsburg Bridge/5().
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  5. Yozshuramar
    Sonny Rollins’s The Bridge was the first album he recorded following a period self-imposed exile and wood-shedding from In the mid-fifties Sonny Rollins was the hottest young player on the New York scene, undeniably Saxophone Colossus of .
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  6. Kazrazshura
    In fact, "The Bridge" was the first album upon Sonny Rollins' return to public appearence and recording, in For the session, Rollins got Jim Hall on guitar, substituting a pianist, and two fairly unknown musicians who were just starting to get recognition, Bob Cransaw on bass and Ben Riley .
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  7. Taukus
    Jun 23,  · • 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 • The Bridge – Classic Compact Discs; RCA quartet recordings • Now's the Time – Classic Compact Discs; RCA trio/quartet recordings.
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  8. Dushura
    Sonny Rollins, Volume 1 is a jazz album by Sonny Rollins, his first effort for the Blue Note label. The original LP record, Blue Note release BLP, did not distinguish the volume number in the title. It was simply called "Sonny Rollins." Track listing All pieces by Rollins unless otherwise noted.
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