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Where Are You - Sonny Rollins Featuring Jim Hall - The Quartets (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The lineup for The Bridge is unusual for the time, a quartet featuring guitar instead of piano. The rest of the band serves simply to frame Rollins, whose time off only improved his already awesome abilities. Along with the title track, the album's standouts include "Without a Song" and "God Bless the Child."/5(46).
  2. Tracks are the same six tunes that comprise Rollins' acclaimed album, The Bridge. Tracks 7 and 8, also featuring Jim Hall on guitar, were recorded in April (track 7)and May (track 8), , and were both included on the Rollins album, What's New/5(3).
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  4. Recorded at RCA Victor Studio B, New York City. Digital Transfer at RCA Studios, New York City, July Tracks represent the entire album "The Bridge" (LSP)/5(3).
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  6. The Bridge is Sonny Rollins first album after his three year sabbatical and imho a must for any jazz record collection. During these years he used to practice in open air, at the Williamsburg bridge on the lower east side of Manhattan One of the biggest problems with buying records online is that you almost never can be sure of which version/ pressing you'll get/5(7).
  7. Although the labels state that this is a Mono release, it is, in fact, stereo. Recording dates: A1: Jan. 30, A2 to B1: Feb. 13, B2, B3: Feb. 14, /5(2).
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  9. There is a special feel to this record, especially when you know the above story. Sparely accompanied by a handpicked trio of Jim Hall on guitar, bassist Bob Cranshaw, and either Ben Riley (on all but one track) or Harry T Saunders on drums, Sonny Rollins plays some of the freshest, least sentimental, most lucent sax you`re ever likely to /5().

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