Sonny Rollins

Tenor Saxophone master Sonny Rollins first walked into a recording studio in 1949 and continues to wow audiences at live dates sixty years later. A respected innovator on his instrument, a star for most of his career, and the composer of such classics as “St. Thomas,” “Oleo,” “Doxy,” and “Airegin,” Rollins has been called the “last jazz immortal” and the “greatest living jazz soloist.” Saxophonist Steve Lacy, a friend and occasional practice partner in the Fifties, told jazz writer Joe Goldberg that “I’ve never seen anyone in love with... Read More

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