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Diese Aufnahme des ausnahme Saxophonisten Sonny Rollins darf zu einer der gelungendsten der letzten Jahrzehnte zählen. Aufgenommen mit zwei Quarteten (jeweils Klavier, Bass, Schlagzeug und der Meister himself), besteht das Programm aus altbekannten Standards und zwei Rollins Eigenkompositionen. Die Standards sind in gewohnter Rollinsmanier sehr gut und kreativ interpretiert. Vor allem die beiden langen Titel - "What a difference a day made" und "I've never been in love before" zeugen von der improvisatorischen Qualität Rollins'. Die Originale sind da eine willkommene Abwechslung im klassischen Rollins-Stil. Da die Aufnahme durchaus typische Rollinszüge enthält, ist sie auch als Einstieg zum Kennenlernen geeignet.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Jazz Critic Praises Sonny Rollins Album for Its Pure Hard Bop and More 23. August 2011
Von karlojazz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In his rewarding book, Sonny Rollins: The Definitive Musical Guide, jazz critic Peter Niklas Wilson praises this 1995 album and describes its virtues in some detail. His analysis of Sonny Rollins + 3 may be worth quoting here as means of assisting those wondering whether to purchase this album:

"The album title brings back memories of the '50s, and evokes memories of classic Rollins LPs like Sonny Rollins + 4. Save for the Rollins originals 'Biji' and 'H. S.,' the repertoire is retrospective, too, and even the line-up goes back a long way: Flanagan was the pianist on Saxophone Colossus, and both Flanagan and Cranshaw participated on the 1965 live date There Will Never Be Another You. However, this is also the CD debut of Rollins' collaboration with Stephen Scott, his preferred pianist to this day. And if you listen closely to this CD, you will discover not only the similarities of the mid-90s Rollins with 50s Newk, but also the differences. And these differences are by no means negative, as some hard-core nostalgiacs would have it."

"True, Rollins timbre has changed with the years, and the somewhat gritty sound of recent Rollins may be an aquired taste. True, the not-so-young saxophonist on this recording has trouble controlling his vibrato in the ballad selections, and, on 'Cabin in the Sky,' there's noticeable difficulty with the instrument's high end. But consider 'H. S.,' a homage to hard-bop legend Horace Silver (another musician haunted by his glorious past). The theme with its catchy hookline, ending on a descending fifth, is pure hard bop, and in his solo, Rollins plays some of the archetypal percussive phrases that were his hallmark in hard bop's heyday. But then there are also sheets-of-sound departures from the beat, free harmonic investigations, short bursts of pure energy playing that prove that Rollins has drastically expanded his rhythmic and melodic/harmonic vocabulary since the good old days."

"And listen to how the funk sections of 'Biji,' one of the more memorable recent Rollins tunes, inspire Tommy Flanagan to some very fresh playing,and how beautifully Jack DeJohnette interacts with the leader on 'They Say It's Wonderful.' Yes, there are more than enough reasons for the old Rollins fans to like this album. But that doesn't by any means prove that Sonny Rollins + 3 is nostalgic."

Highly recommended for all fans of Sonny Rollins and for those who still appreciate the sounds and rhythms of classic hard bop.
5.0 von 5 Sternen "+ 3"- PRIMETIME SONNY ROLLINS WITH TWO GREAT ALL-STAR RHYTHM SECTION TRIOS 31. Juli 2016
Von RBSProds - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Five AUTHORITATIVE Stars. These 1995 Milestone records sessions by the innovative and highly-influential Hall of Fame tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins capture him in two 'quartet' frameworks. One trio has the marvelous Stephen Scott on piano and NEA Jazz Master drummer Jack DeJohnette, while the other has another NEA Jazz Master, Tommy Flanagan, on piano who was on both the landmark Rollins "Saxophone Colossus" and John Coltrane's "Giant Steps", and the great Al Foster on drums: both trios have the fabulous Ben Crenshaw on electric bass who has played with Rollins since "The Bridge", here 30 years into an empathetic and enduring musical relationship that would later go over the half century mark. Rollins and company perform originals and standards, but oddly no calypso although "BiJi" has a deceptive element of Caribbean pop to it, but as they say, it's only an allusion.

The session begins with the Dinah Washington classic which was composed by Adams and Grever, "What A Difference A Day Made", which 'the Flanagan trio' takes at mid tempo with Rollins marvelously reflective on his first turn and positively exultantly creative on the second solo, meanwhile the inventive Flanagan and a melodic Foster, who uses his entire drum kit, play excellent solos of their own. "BiJi" has a jumping theme that could be the 'calypso replacement' for the session but goes 4/4 for the solos. Rollins and 'the Scott trio' jump right in on the downbeat and into Irving Berlin's "They Say It's Wonderful" playing with verve and gusto. "Mona Lisa" gets an enthusiastic performance with Rollins uncorking some particularly telling and touching phrases that have reverberated across 20 years. The lovely performance of the session ballad, "Cabin In The Sky", has pianist Scott producing waterfall effects several times in his heartfelt solo and Rollins demonstrates once again his supreme ballad-turning skills, ending with the expected, extended quote-laden Rollins solo cadenza. The familiar Rollins tune "H.S." is another jumping theme that turns into straight 4/4 with some outrageous Rollins thematic solo phrases that have drummer Foster shouting with joy. And it all ends with a Rollins favorite, Frank Loesser's "I've Never Been In Love Before" with more fantastic solo statements from Rollins, Flanagan neatly quoting "Blue Moon" in his solo, and Foster giving a seminar in tom tom, high-hat, and bass drum figurations. Produced by Sonny and Lucille Rollins. Engineered by Gene Curtis. In all, a masterful performance with two trios of jazz all-stars backing and soloing with the "Saxophone Colossus". My Highest Recommendation. Five EXCEPTIONAL Stars. (Milestone records. 7 tracks. Time-56:00.)
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4.0 von 5 Sternen One of Sonny's finest albums in recent decades 9. Januar 2012
Von Dave Lincoln - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a jazz guitarist and diehard Sonny Rollins fan. For me, Sonny Rollins throughout his recording career is either pure magic, or somewhat searching for the muse. Perhaps, such is the nature of pure improvisers, which Rollins is (and maybe the greatest pure improviser that jazz has seen). I bought this after reading a good review somewhere. I must say, for my taste, I haven't heard anything from Sonny since "The Bridge" that I have liked as well. This is not to say that you'd buy this before any of his classics like "Saxophone Colossus", "Newks Time", "Live At the Village Vanguard", etc., but if you love Rollins, in my opinion, this is a must buy. The magic is here. That jubilant, playful, "going for it", Rollins is here. It's the same great sense of an inventive musical adventure that I got from his "good stuff". A very fine tenor sax friend of mine, and diehard Rollins fan (who felt that Rollins hadn't done anything great since the 1950's), was ecstatic when I loaned him this one. One thing that beats all his old records is the audio. Much greater is the depth of tone that we are able to experience from Sonny in this modern age of recording. That, and really great playing, add up to a real treat.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the Sweetest performances 16. Februar 2006
Von Andrew T. Levine - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Sonny Rollins is indeed the last Tenor Saxophone master. No one else has the same depth and fluidity simultaneously. No one has the history of this music embedded. For Sonny it is not a style cut and pasted on top of competent Berkley School of Music Classroom Technique.

In this tuneful group of songs this genius goes from a simple song like Mona Lisa and moves into the depths of fragmented polyrhythmic phrasing. As is his style, Mr. Rollins returns to the melodic aspects of the song frequently enough so that the continuity of his improvisation and the tune are intimately connected.

I give this album the highest marks. The back up group is terrific and features Jack de Johnette and the late great Tommy Flanagan. I also recommend his concert for 9/11 because it was recorded live. Long Live Sonny, The Last Saxophone master.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A True Jazz Master 1. August 2009
Von Mark Wellman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Many feel as though Sony Rollins's band is not good enough, not in the same league as Sonny. On this CD that is not a problem. Bob Crenshaw plays bass on all tracks. The drumming is done by Jack DeJohnette and Al Foster, both great jazz drummers. The piano playes are Stephen Scott and Tommy Flanagan, both excellent pianists. Sonny plays great and so do the others. The sound quality is very good too. of my four Sonny Rollins Cds, this is my favorite.
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