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  • Album vinyle (16 septembre 2011)
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Miles Davis on keys... 18 septembre 2004
Par Cedric Westphal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The previous reviewer wrote that the song "I know", the last tune of the album, is "pianoless": actually, quite interestingly, the pianist is quite famous, his name is Miles Davis.

While not as accomplished a pianist as John Lewis or Kenny Drew (the other two who play along Newk here), he does quite a decent understated job. This is the only cd I know of where he's sitting at the piano. Just for this interesting reason, I give it a 5 (the other track won't let you down, even thought the 'sonny rollins with the mjq' is a bit of a misnomer: of the quartet, only percy heath is there throughout, Milt Jackson and John Lewis are only in the first 4 tracks).
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Sonny blasts out of the starting gate 22 octobre 2004
Par Andrew Halper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What an amazing recording. I've been listening to the CD (and its vinyl predecessor) for nearly 20 years and Sonny's playing is still as fresh, energetic and inspired as it seemed to me the first time I heard it. It's hard to imagine that this guy used to be criticised for playing standards -- what he brings to bear here is total hard-bop sensibility, but also plenty of non-cloying tenderness and innovation in tackling ballads.

The attack on the opening track (The Stopper) is like an Olympic 100m racer charging out of the starting gate. Impossible to sit still when listening to this music.

If any jazz heads have avoided buying this because of the MJQ assocation, that's a mistake. This recording is mind-blowing.
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Modern Jazz Giants 25 août 2000
Par Michael Brad Richman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Sonny Rollins with the Modern Jazz Quartet" showcases songs from three different recording sessions in the early 1950s. While the album may be called "with MJQ," only four of the album's thirteen tracks feature Sonny playing with the Quartet (Milt Jackson, John Lewis, Percy Heath and Connie Kay for those of you not in the know). Of these tracks, the standout is Ellington's "In a Sentimental Mood," where Jackson's vibe play is the perfect compliment to Sonny's breathy tenor. Tracks 5-12 find Kenny Drew, Heath (again) and Art Blakey joining Sonny, and again a ballad, "Time on My Hands," is the gem of the session. Finally, Heath (once more) and Roy Haynes join Sonny on an early pianoless trio for the disc's final track, "I Know." "With the Modern Jazz Quartet" is a great look at a young Sonny Rollins.
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Great Recordin - Sonny At Best 3 janvier 2007
Par Geman Gonzalez Aviles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This combination is marvelous. The MJQ plays just the spropriate background and Sonny soars with his sax Top record.
A very young Rollins and some excellent, early MJQ + more 22 juin 2012
Par Mike Tarrani - Publié sur Amazon.com
I play and replay this album for the music, for the history, and for my obsession with the period.

The tracks are not in chronological order. In fact the last nine tracks were recorded first.

Rollins was only 20 years old when track 13, I Know, was recorded in January 17, 1951.

Eleven months later, the then 21 year old Rollins was on tracks 5-12 (Scoops, With a Song in My Heart, Newk's Fadeaway, Time on My Hands, This Love of Mine, Shadrack, On a Slow Boat to China, and Mambo Bounce.) It is interesting that at 21 he already had a song that contained his nickname - Newk - on the album. The first four tracks on the album were the last ones recorded (October 7, 1953).

History aside, it is truly the music on this album that hooked me. I am a big MJQ fan to begin with, so having Rollins sit in with the original members - John Lewis, Percy Heath, Milt Jackson and Kenny Clarke - is heavenly to me.

I will not bore you with feeble attempts at describing the music (the first four tracks) because the sound samples do a far better job than I. As a drummer I was particularly interested in Kenny Clarke's playing. He is the father of bebop drumming, so paired in this musical setting showed aspects of his playing that is not evident in his earlier work, not his later work with Bud Powell in Paris.

The bulk of this album - tracks 5 through 12, feature an interesting quartet format with the great Kenny Drew on piano, Percy Heath apparently borrowed from MJQ for the session, and Art Blakey on drums. Art's drumming is pretty subdued considering his explosive technique with other ensembles, including his early work with Clifford Brown and his career with the Jazz Messengers. The focus is Sonny's tenor and the tone is beautiful. When you consider that he was barely 21 when these tracks were recorded you have to wonder why he felt so compelled to spend a chunk of 1959 practicing on the Williamsburg Bridge eight years later.

What I love about the final track is the fact that Miles Davis wrote the song and also played piano on it (backed by Percy Heath on bass and Roy Haynes on drums with Sonny's beautiful tone coming from that tenor.) I remember a story about Dizzy chiding Miles for not using the piano more. Apparently that chiding had an effect.

For the life of me I do not understand why it took so long to release this album. It was recorded in three sessions between January 1951 and October 1953, but was not released until 1956. Regardless of why, the long period between completion and release does show that the music was still relevant - and this during a time when jazz was rapidly evolving in a number of directions. To me the music is as relevant today as it was when first recorded. Listen to the sound samples and judge for yourself.
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