The list author says: "If you are looking for opera, you've come to the wrong place! Here's a quick list (rather subjectively ranked according to my own tastes and favourites) of the greatest tenor sax players in all of jazz."
"Eclipsed for decades by Trane, Rollins deserves recognition as the greatest tenor of all time for a body of work that was far greater than Trane's far earlier (as evinced by albums like this) and, subsuming Trane's lessons, extended into an enormously long and accomplished career."
"Running a close second as greatest tenor of all time is Chu Berry, who died young but left an impressive enough body of recordings to demonstrate that he was Webster's equal on a ballad, knocked Bean out of the water for fast-tempo swingers and was perhaps bested only by Pres for ingenious improvisation."
"Land was perhaps the most consistently smart improviser on the tenor and is hugely underrated. But he left so many great recordings, from this one, to West Coast Blues, to Harold in the Land of Jazz. Best of all: his work with the astonishing Curtis Counce Group."