With the exception of the first and last tracks, Road Shows Vol. 2 is a document of Rollin's legendary 80th birthday celebration performance. All of the musicians seem to grasp the momentousness of the occasion, and respond by filling the theater with great, boisterous waves of jazz. Rollins, of course, is the core; a beautiful horn player who remains in the very top echelons of the music, he's always worth hearing, especially in such distinguished company.
Road Shows, Vol. 2. (CD - Doxy Records, Emarcy 0015949-02). This new collection of live performances from the legendary tenor saxophonist was mostly culled from a concert at New York's Beacon Theatre on September 10, 2010, on the occasion of his 80th birthday, aside from two tracks from an October 2010 date in Sapporo, Japan.
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Artist: Sonny Rollins. Album: Road Shows, Vol. Released: 2011. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. FLAC (433 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: November 11, 2018 - Sonny Rollins – Sonny Rollins Plays The Blues (2018). April 23, 2016 - Sonny Rollins – Holding The Stage Road Shows Vol. 4 (2016). May 28, 2014 - Sonny Rollins – Road Shows Volume 3 (2014)
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See, Sonny Rollins needs to be experienced live to be believed. Sonny being Sonny, when he walks out from the wings - he's a bit hunched over now, so it's almost a waddle - he's immediately showered in warm applause, the anticipation overflowing and then relenting. For the briefest moment, there's something both regal and vulnerable about this imposingly built man, gruff-voiced and bowed by age. Then the music begins, and Rollins is immediately the commanding force, filling every row and aisle with sound
It draws mostly from shows from this century with two tracks from 1979 and 1996 respectively. It isn’t a perfect collection, but followers will surely enjoy picking out gigs they might have attended. From Toulouse in 2006, . is a hard-bop workout that Rollins breaks into jagged shards before rebuilding it into a Coltrane-like Middle Eastern drone. The ballad You’re Mine You, played in Boston in 2001, couples his raw tone with a yearning vulnerability. The unaccompanied solo on In a Sentimental Mood, from London in 2007