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Sonny Rollins

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    1. There's No Business Like Show Business 6:18
    2. Paradox 4:56
    3. Raincheck 5:59
    4. There Are Such Things 9:26
    5. It's All Right With Me 3:48

When Rollins returned from Chicago to New York as a member of Max Roach's group, he recorded with Roach but also resumed taping sessions as a leader, using members of Roach's group as a nucleus. In this case Philadelphian Ray Bryant substitutes for Richie Powell. The critics were not yet committed to Sonny's importance but the musicians knew. Miles Davis, who had heard the acetates of the date, would call Bob Weinstock and have him play tracks over the phone to musicians visiting Miles's apartment.

with Ray Bryant, George Morrow, Max Roach

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