Sonny Rollins Volume 2 (1957) [flac]

Sonny Rollins - Volume 2 (1957/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Sonny Rollins - Vol. 2 (1957/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 40:48 minutes | 1,79 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Sonny Rollins, Vol. 2 brought together some of the greatest players of the post-bop era. In addition to Rollins, it featured Art Blakey on drums, Horace Silver and Thelonious Monk on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and J.J. Johnson on trombone. This classic record is a must-have for any jazz lover.
Sonny Rollins - Volume 2 (1957) [Analogue Productions 2010] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

Sonny Rollins - Vol.2 (1957) [APO Remaster 2010]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 40:46 minutes | Scans included | 1,34 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 885 MB

Sonny Rollins - Volume Two (RVG) (1957)  Music

Posted by uff at Dec. 22, 2009
Sonny Rollins - Volume Two (RVG) (1957)

Sonny Rollins - Volume Two (RVG) (1957)
jazz | 1CD | EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | cover | 293MB
BN | RAR +5% recovery

Review (AMG)
Compared to his Prestige, Riverside and Contemporary recordings of the 1950s, some of Rollins's appearances on Blue Note seemed anticlimactic but none should be overlooked. This unusual album mostly has Rollins in an all-star quintet with trombonist J.J. Johnson, pianist Horace Silver, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Art Blakey but Thelonious Monk sits in on his ballad "Reflections" and on "Misterioso" both Silver and Monk get to take contrasting solos. Of the other selections, Rollins's two originals ("Why Don't I" and "Wail March") are worth reviving and he finds something new to say on "Poor Butterfly" and an uptempo "You Stepped out of a Dream."
Sonny Rollins - Volume 2 [2010 Analogue Productions CBNJ1558SA]

Sonny Rollins - Volume 2 [2010 Analogue Productions CBNJ1558SA]
Jazz | 1957 | XLD Rip | Lossless FLAC+Log+Cue -> 240MB | 300dpi Covers | Uploaded/1Fichier

Compared to his Prestige, Riverside, and Contemporary recordings of the 1950s, some of Rollins' appearances on Blue Note seemed anticlimactic, but none should be overlooked. This unusual album mostly has Rollins in an all-star quintet with trombonist J.J. Johnson, pianist Horace Silver, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Art Blakey, but Thelonious Monk sits in on his ballad "Reflections" and on "Misterioso" both Silver and Monk get to take contrasting solos. Of the other selections, Rollins' two originals ("Why Don't I" and "Wail March") are worth reviving, and he finds something new to say on "Poor Butterfly" and an uptempo "You Stepped Out of a Dream."

USN Aircraft Carrier Air Units Volume 2: 1957-1963 (Squadron Signal 6161) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 26, 2016
USN Aircraft Carrier Air Units Volume 2: 1957-1963 (Squadron Signal 6161) (repost)

USN Aircraft Carrier Air Units Volume 2: 1957-1963 (Squadron Signal 6161)
1985 | ISBN: 0897471725 | English | 67 Pages | PDF | 52 MB
Sonny Rollins - Sonny Rollins, Volume 1 (1956/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Sonny Rollins - Sonny Rollins, Volume 1 (1956/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 40:54 minutes | 1,35 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: HDTracks.com | Front cover

Sonny Rollins' first outing for Blue Note was recorded at that label's last session of 1956. The album features Rollins playing with Gene Ramey (bass), Max Roach (drums), Donald Byrd (trumpet), and Wynton Kelly (piano).
Squadron/Signal Publications 6161: USN Aircraft Carrier Air Units, Volume 2: 1957-1963 (Repost)

Duane Kasulka - USN Aircraft Carrier Air Units, Volume 2: 1957-1963
Squadron/Signal Publications | 1985 | ISBN: 0897471725 | English | 67 pages | PDF | 51.77 MB
Squadron/Signal Publications 6161

Sonny Rollins - Volume One (RVG) (1956)  Music

Posted by uff at Dec. 21, 2009
Sonny Rollins - Volume One (RVG) (1956)

Sonny Rollins - Volume One (RVG) (1956)
jazz | 1CD | EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | cover | 253MB
BN | RAR +5% recovery

Sonny Rollins' Blue Note years produced some of the quintessential recordings of the post-bop era. The simply titled VOLUME ONE is one such disc that exemplifies the classic swinging quintet format that defined small ensemble performance style from then on. Expertly recorded by the legendary Rudy Van Gelder, Rollins and his men–a young Donald Byrd (trumpet), the masterful Wynton Kelly (piano), Gene Ramey (bass) and bebop pioneer Max Roach (drums)–display expert improvisational skills on the bluesy opener "Decision" and the hard-swinging "Bluesnote."
Sonny Rollins - A Night At The Village Vanguard (1957) [1999 Blue Note RVG Remaster]

Sonny Rollins - A Night At The Village Vanguard (1957) [1999 Blue Note RVG Remaster]
EACRip | MP3 @320 -> CD1: 139 MB ; CD2: 165 MB | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> CD1: 282 MB ; CD2: 357 MB | Full Artwork Scans -> 13 MB
1999 Blue Note | 99795 | Jazz / Hard Bop

This CD is often magical. Sonny Rollins, one of jazz's great tenors, is heard at his peak with a pair of piano-less trios (either Wilbur Ware or Donald Bailey on bass and Elvin Jones or Pete La Roca on drums) stretching out on particularly creative versions of "Old Devil Moon," "Softly As in a Morning Sunrise," "Sonnymoon for Two," and "A Night in Tunisia," among others. Not only did Rollins have a very distinctive sound but his use of time, his sly wit, and his boppish but unpredictable style were completely his own by 1957. Originally released as separate albums, A Night at the Village Vanguard was reissued in its entirety, complete with alternate takes, as a two-disc set in 1999; it was part of Blue Note's acclaimed Rudy Van Gelder reissue series.
Charlie Parker with Strings - April In Paris: The Genius Of Charlie Parker, Vol.2 (1957/2016) [24/192]

Charlie Parker and His Orchestra - April In Paris:
The Genius Of Charlie Parker, Volume 2 (1957/2016)

FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 38:54 minutes | 1,98 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

This reissue combines a pair of Charlie Parker's most popular recordings, two volumes titled Charlie Parker with Strings, recorded in 1949 and 1950. Unlike most of Parker's other albums, for these sessions he eschewed original tunes and stuck to standards by Cole Porter, the Gershwins, Jimmy McHugh and others, reimagined for a small string ensemble.