Sonny Rollins Trio - Live In Europe 1959 (Complete Recordings) FLAC album
The Sonny Rollins trio recorded in 1959.
This release brings together all known private recordings and broadcasts of Rollins’ March 1959 European tour. 1-1: Nalen, Stockholm, Sweden, March 2, 1959. 1-2 to 1-7: Stockholm, Sweden, March 4, 1959. 1-8 to 1-12: Zürich, Switzerland, March 5, 1959. 2-1 to 2-3: Laren, Holland, March 7, 1959. 2-4 to 2-7: Frankfurt, Germany, March 9, 1959.
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Live in Europe 1959 Complete Recordings. 1. Sonny Rollins Trio. Track Listing - Disc 2. Title/Composer. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Live In Europe 1959: Comp. has been added to your Cart. Fro fans of Rollins trio recordings this will be worth adding to your shelf. While his Village Vanguard set on Blue Note is arguably his best trio work, and his "St. Thomas" album, "Way Out West", and "The Freedom Suite" sets are all classics, this latest live set shows him exploring the music similar to his earlier trio work
Sonny Trio Rollins - Live In Europe 1959: Complete Recordings (CD NEW)Label: Essential Jazz ClassicsFormat: CDRelease Date: 04 Mar 2016No. of Discs: 3EAN: 8436559460989.
On this this set of live trio recordings from March 1959, the perfectionist virtuoso Sonny Rollins is at a crossroads, established as a star after his 50s albums, such as Saxophone Colossus, but just about to make his famous three-year withdrawal to a solitary life of practice on the Williamsburg Bridge. The same tunes inevitably recur, but Rollins' improvisations are so wilfully intuitive that they're always different.
Live in Europe 1959: Complete Recordings.
EU-only three CD box set that compiles all of Rollins' known recordings from the March 1959 European tour, presented here for the first time ever on one set. Included here are many hard to find performances and even a previously unissued set taped in Frankfurt. Bassist is Henry Grimes, while drummer Pete La Roca was replaced on two occasions by great American drummers who were living in Europe at the time: Joe Harris and Kenny Clarke.