Sonny Rollins Quartet - Worktime FLAC album
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Worktime (LP, Album, Mono, Gre). Worktime (CD, Album, RE, RM). Original Jazz Classics, Prestige.
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Worktime (1956) was the first Sonny Rollins album as a leader right after his historical two years long collaboration with the maverick Clifford Brown/Max Roach quintet. One of the greatest tenor saxophone players in the whole history of Jazz caught here in top form and featuring a hard swinging quartet with impeccable pianist Ray Bryant, a strong bassist such as George Marrow and drums colossus Max Roach. One of Rollins's most brilliant session" Peter Niklas Wilson.
The Sonny Rollins Quartet's album Worktime. Worktime was the first Rollins album as a leader, following on from his historical two year collaboration with the maverick Clifford Brown/Max Roach quintet. One of the greatest tenor saxophone players in the history of jazz is caught here in top form, featuring a hard-swinging quartet with impeccable pianist Ray Bryant, bassist George Morrow, and drums colossus Max Roach.
Sonny plays with the MJQ and his own quartet. Sonny Rollins and The Modern Jazz Quartet. Jazz Infusion - Sonny Rollins.
This is Sonny's greatest quartet album of that era and an underrated masterpiece. Serious Rollins fans prefer this lost classic to Saxophone Colossus. Sonny's harmonic and rhythmic brilliance shine throughout. With Worktime Rollins proved to be the greatest tenor saxophone player in the world. Miles Davis was so floored when he heard the original acetate that he played it over and over at the Prestige office in NYC. Miles was so blown away that he phoned Allen Eager and played the tapes over the phone. This is also one of the best sounding Rudy Van Gelder remasters