Sonny Stitt - With the Ralph Burns Strings mp3 downloadPerformer: Sonny Stitt
Title: With the Ralph Burns Strings
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Sonny Stitt - With the Ralph Burns Strings mp3 download
With the Ralph Burns Strings.
Sonny Stitt (as) Ralph Burns (arr,cond) Orchestra Album：" Sonny Stitt with Ralph Burns Strings, The Sesual Sound " Recorded：March 6 & 7, 1961.
Sonny Stitt with Strings: A Tribute to Duke Ellington is an album by American jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt featuring performances of compositions associated with Duke Ellington recorded in 1977 for the Catalyst label. Stitt is at his most melodic and really romps on a few of these pieces". Take the "A" Train" (Billy Strayhorn) - 3:44.
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Back To My Home Town. The Sensual Sound Of Sonny Stitt With The Ralph Burns Strings. 03. All Of You. Sonny Stitt. 04. Never Felt That Way Before. 05. World Really Isn't. 06. They Say It's Wonderful.
1. Try A Little Tenderness. They Say It's Wonderful - Ralph Burns Strings. 8. I Love You - Ralph Burns Strings.
Sonny Stitt: Lone Wolf - The Roost Alternates. Sonny Stitt Sits In With The Oscar Peterson Trio. Stitt's Bits: The Bebop Recordings, 1949-1952.
Stitt would venture into soul jazz, and he recorded with fellow tenor saxophonist Booker Ervin in 1964 on the Soul People album. Stitt also recorded with Duke Ellington alumnus Paul Gonsalves in 1963 for Impulse! on the Salt and Pepper album in 1964. Around that time he appeared regularly at Ronnie Scott's in London, a live 1964 encounter with Ronnie Scott, The Night Has a Thousand Eyes, eventually surfaced, and another in 1966 with resident guitarist Ernest Ranglin and British tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey. 1961: The Sensual Sound of Sonny Stitt (Verve) with the Ralph Burns Strings. 1961: Sonny Stitt at the D. J. Lounge (Argo).
The Sensual Sound Of Sonny Stitt With The Ralph Burns Strings. Listen with Unlimited. Sonny Sitt Blows the Blues. Sextet and Quintet - Only the Blues.