Playing alto sax throughout this album, Stitt hardly sounds like a Charlie Parker clone, something that unfortunately was a frequent claim by tin-eared critics throughout a fair portion of his career. The music includes several potent originals, especially "Hymnal Blues" (which is based on an old hymn) and the slow, powerful "Morning After Blues
Songs in album Sonny Stitt - Sonny Stitt Blows The Blues (1960). Sonny Stitt Featuring Howard Mcghee. Sonny Stitt With The New Yorkers.
Sonny Stitt Blows the Blues is an album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded in late 1959 and released on the Verve label. Playing alto sax throughout this album, Stitt hardly sounds like a Charlie Parker clone, something that unfortunately was a frequent claim by tin-eared critics throughout a fair portion of his career".
Album originally released in 1960.
Blue Devil Blues, 04:28. Home Free Blues, 04:23. Frankie and Johnny, 05:31. Birth of the Blues, 05:57. Blues Offering, 04:06. Morning After Blues, 02:59.
Sonny Sitt Blows The Blues. Released by Fresh Sound Records Nov 2011 19 Tracks. Sonny Sitt Blows The Blues is a English album released on Nov 2011. Sonny Sitt Blows The Blues Album has 19 songs sung by Sonny Stitt, Lou Levy, George Morrow. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Sonny Sitt Blows The Blues songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Free download and listen Sonny Stitt Blows The Blues. Sonny Stitt - Frankie And Johnny 05:57. Sonny Stitt - The Birth Of The Blues 06:26. Sonny Stitt - A Blues Offering 04:24. Sonny Stitt - Hymnal Blues 06:37. Sonny Stitt - Mornin' After Blues 03:12. Sonny Stitt Plays Arrangements from the Pen of Johnny Richards and Quincy Jones - Sonny Stitt. Stitt's Bits: The Bebop Recordings, 1949-1952 - Sonny Stitt. Boss Tenors In Orbit - Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, Sonny Stitt & Gene Ammons. Shades Of Blue - Sonny Stitt, Sonny Stitt, Howard Mcghee.
The Champ is a Sonny Stitt album recorded at RCA's Studio B on April 18, 1973 and released on the Muse label. The Champ" (Gillespie) – 8:48. Sweet and Lovely" (Arnheim, Tobias, Lemare) – 7:11. The Midgets" (Newman) – 5:36. The Eternal Triangle" (Stitt) – 5:21. All the Things You Are" (Kern-Hammerstein) – 4:32. Walkin'" (Carpenter) – 9:43. Note that on Side 1 Track 2 time is not 6:12 as listed on the label of the vinyl disc. Sonny Stitt - alto & tenor saxophone. Joe Newman - trumpet.
|A1||Blue Devil Blues|
|A2||Home Free Blues|
|A4||Frankie And Johnny|
|B1||Birth Of The Blues|
|B2||A Blues Offering|
|B4||Morning After Blues|
- Alto Saxophone – Sonny Stitt
- Art Direction – Merle Shore
- Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
- Drums – Mel Lewis
- Photography By – Phil Stern
- Piano – Lou Levy
|MG V-8374, MG V 8374||Sonny Stitt||Blows The Blues (LP, Album, Mono)||Verve Records, Verve Records||MG V-8374, MG V 8374||US||1960|
|2317 121||Sonny Stitt||Blows The Blues (LP, Album)||Verve Records||2317 121||South Africa||1976|
|MG VS-6149||Sonny Stitt||Blows The Blues (4xLP, S/Sided, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Classic Records, Verve Records||MG VS-6149||US||Unknown|
|none||Sonny Stitt||Blows The Blues (8xFile, AIFF, Album, RE, RM, 24-)||Verve Reissues||none||US||2015|
|AP-6149, MG VS-6149||Sonny Stitt||Blows The Blues (2x12", Ltd, RE)||Analogue Productions, Verve Records||AP-6149, MG VS-6149||US||2013|