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Sonny Rollins 1972 --Chuck Stewart Photography

Sonny Rollins 1972 --Chuck Stewart Photography

During the years 1956 to 1958 Sonny Rollins was widely regarded as the most talented and innovative tenor saxophonist in jazz. Nevertheless, he was discontented; he voluntarily withdrew from public life from August 1959 to November 1961. During this period of retirement his habit of practicing on the Williamsburg Bridge in New York became legendary.

Sonny Rollins - talented and innovative jazz tenor saxophonist. During a two year hiatus, he was often found practicing on NYC's Williamsburg Bridge.

Sonny Rollins With the Modern Jazz Quartet (Vinyl)

Artist: Sonny Rollins Title Of Album: With The Modern Jazz Quartet Year Of Release: 1951 Label: Prestige Genre: Jazz, Bop Quality: FLAC (tracks+.

Chuck Berry and Mick Jagger (Yet another "Here's how to be funky..." moment.)

Chuck Berry Mick Jagger in Altamont 1969 by Ethan Russell

Chet Baker // Photo by Bob Willoughby

Chet Baker (trumpet towards floor) Los Angeles record session, 1953

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