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|1. Oleo (with The Miles Davis Quintet)|
|2. There's No Business Like Show Business|
|3. Valse Hot|
|4. St. Thomas|
|5. Blue Seven|
|6. I'm An Old Cowhand|
|7. Sonnymoon For Two|
|8. I Know That You Know|
|9. Body and Soul|
|10. The Bridge|
|11. All The Things You Are|
|12. Alfie's Theme Differently|
It brought more fans to the music, which can only be a good thing.
Coltrane definitely played with impressive so-called "Sheets of Sound" but Rollins is also a very impressive virtuosic player as well.
Its almost impossible to distill a most prolific career into one cd but I think they came really close here.
Sonny Rollins is a great jazz legend, and I always keep playing my favourite tune, "Saint Thomas", which vividly reminds me of my Guyanese and Caribbean background. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Edgar M. Leonard Sr.
Sonny Rollins.....HEY....COOL.....OKAY.... Sonny Rollins is probably my favorite saxophonist, maybe even better than John Coltrane...maybe... Read morePublished on August 20, 2005
I listened to this and there is no doubt in my mind that John Coltrane is greater. Rollins is good, and I don't hate him, but his style is just not what i like. Read morePublished on March 18, 2002