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Excellent Sax Bop

Sonny Stitt is quickly becoming my favorite sax player. While Coltrane and Rollins rank up there Sonny Stitt's music always bops and is a pleasure to listen to. I would recommend the duet albums as they really swing as well. This is jazz at it's finest. PS- The recordings are stellar as well with great use of the left/right channels.


Born: July 12, 1920 in Boston, MA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

The greatest moment of Paul Gonsalves' musical career occurred at the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival when, to bridge the gap between "Diminuendo in Blue" and "Crescendo in Blue," Duke Ellington urged him to take a long solo, egging him on through 27 exciting choruses that almost caused a riot. That well-publicized episode resulted in Ellington having a major "comeback," and Gonsalves forever earning Ellington's gratitude. Gonsalves had already earned a strong reputation during his stints with Count...
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