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Sonny Rollins - East Broadway Run Down (20bit SBM) (1966)

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Sonny Rollins - East Broadway Run Down (20bit SBM) (1966)

Sonny Rollins - East Broadway Run Down (20bit SBM) (1966)
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Around the ten-minute mark of the title track, things get very interesting indeed – moody and spooky as Jimmy Garrison hangs on a single note, making his bass throb along while Elvin Jones widens the space and fires drum and cymbal hits in all directions. Coming off bass and drum solos that never seem to fit anywhere in the piece, it's a supreme moment of tension-building, one that gets repeated after Rollins and trumpeter Freddie Hubbard restate the theme in unison. This is the sound of Rollins' group working in unity. For much of "East Broadway Run Down," though, the rhythm section is off doing their thing, usually together, while Rollins meanders about in limbo, seemingly trying to figure out what it is that he should be doing. That Rollins was having an off day for this recording is a suspicion that's strengthened by Hubbard's part – where Rollins is wandering, Hubbard is charging ahead, focused and tight, fitting with the rhythm section, keeping the tension up. The remainder of the album is more on the mark, with "Blessing in Disguise" being quite enjoyable – it starts out in a cheerfully traditional vein and gradually, subtly, starts to slide off into an improvisational area only to come back again to the traditional, and so back and forth. Rollins floats his sax line around the melody with only occasional excursions toward the outer regions. "We Kiss in a Shadow," though, is charmingly straightforward, a ballad rendering supported by Jones and Garrison locking together on a nice rhythm construction that lets Rollins float around the melody.

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Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone)
Jimmy Garrison (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet, East Broadway Rund Down only)


01 - East Broadway Run Down
02 - Blessing in Disguise
03 - We Kiss in a Shadow

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