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  1. May 31,  · Sonny Stitt – Stitt Plays Bird – Speakers Corner LP gram vinyl released May (Original release Atlantic Records SD ) **** Finally the album cover is a portrait of Stitt by noted American painter Marvin Israel, which is so flawlessly reproduced it could be suitable for framing. Another all Stitt offering is.
  2. Buy Eight Classic Albums Vol. 2 (CD) by Sonny Stitt (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S. (LP) Sonny Stitt For Musicians Only (CD) Sonny Stitt In A Mellow Tone: The Best Of Sonny Stitt (CD) Stitt Plays Bird [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) Sonny Stitt The Classic Albums Collection (CD) Sonny Stitt Art Pepper Presents "West.
  3. High Quality Pure Analogue g Virgin Vinyl LP! AAA Recording! Audiophile Mastering By Kevin Gray From Original Master Tapes! It is widely known that Sonny Stitt didn t want to be taken for Charlie 'Bird' Parker and changed from playing the alto to the tenor saxophone.
  4. Jun 26,  · According to the credits for Sonny Stitt Plays (aka Sonny Stitt, Sonny Stitt, Sonny Stitt, Sonny Stitt, Sonny Stitt), the ’56 LP where these tracks originally appeared (the alternates are tacked onto the end of the CD reissue) Green sits out “If I Should Lose You,” contracting the band to a quartet that returns for tracks on side two.
  5. Artist: Sonny Stitt Genre: Jazz Release Date: Label: Jazzland Records Catalog Number: JLP Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: Vinyl LP.
  6. "Plays Bird" finds Stitt playing with the stellar band of Jim Hall on guitar, John Lewis on piano, Richard Davis on bass, and Connie Kay on drums. While all these musicians are in top form, it is Hall's interplay with Stitt that truly distinguishes this CD/5(16).
  7. Although false rumors, the truth is that at the beginning of the s, Stitt independently developed the same be-bop licks as Parker without ever having heard him. But, for Stitt Plays Bird, Sonny had to unearth his old alto saxophone and insert a new mouthpiece, because Atlantic Records hoped for big sales figures, which actually proved true.
  8. "Plays Bird" finds Stitt playing with the stellar band of Jim Hall on guitar, John Lewis on piano, Richard Davis on bass, and Connie Kay on drums. While all these musicians are in top form, it is Hall's interplay with Stitt that truly distinguishes this CD/5(17).

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