1961, music critic Ralph Berton walked through the evening with his
wife Brooklyn home when he heard a saxophone on a bridge over the
East River.Surrounded by seagulls, traffic and port noise sounded
masterful game on a first-class tenor saxophone. As Berton pursued
the matter, he found Sonny Rollins, who had disappeared from all
night clubs for two years and had also failed to release more
drive.The jazz musician - always even his biggest critics - had
withdrawn to improve his game and was now nearing a comeback.So it
was only logical that rehearsed at RCA Victor LP entitledThe
give Rollins and thus' musical transition from the 50s to the 60s
with guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Ben Riley,
he recorded an album that particularly impressed by the interplay
between Rollins and Hall. The two musicians float on the same
wavelength and explore with her quartet, along with four standards
and two fiery originals.
CD is part of a series of Sony Music Ultra HD productions that were
made at the instigation of the national company in Hong Kong.Sony
Music works in Hong Kong this, together with First Impression Music,
who manage their recordings in the notorious piracy infected Hong
Kong to sell at high prices. The recordings are remastered as well as
in the FIM Team of Five / Four Productions in the U.S. with 32 bits.
Before finishing the test samples of the new CD is carefully checked
for errors. The CDs themselves are also protected as FIM again in a
fleece cover and are available in a hardcover booklet.