Sonny Rollins - Tour De Force album
Tour de Force is an album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins featuring his final recordings for the Prestige label performed by Rollins with Kenny Drew, George Morrow, and Max Roach with vocals by Earl Coleman on two tracks. Tour de Force is the sixth studio album by the southern rock band 38 Special, released in 1984. A music video was made for the track "One Time for Old Times", which featured the band portraying detectives who are, humorously, trying to find a missing woman.
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Tour de Force is an album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins featuring his final recordings for the Prestige label performed by Rollins with Kenny Drew, George Morrow, and Max Roach with vocals by Earl Coleman on two tracks.
1957 studio album by Sonny RollinsTour de ForceStudio album by Sonny ecordedDecember 7, 1956Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack .
Tour de Force may refer to: Tour de Force (film), a 2014 German film. Tour De Force (tour), 1986 Elton John concert tour. Tour de Force (Sonny Rollins album), 1956. Tour de Force (Bola Sete album), 1963. Tour de Force (38 Special album), 1984. Tour de Force (Nick Brignola album), 2002. Tour De Force – Live, a 1982 live album by Al Di Meola. Tour de Force", a 1999 song by Covenant on United States of Mind. Tour De Force (tour), 2018 Ninja Sex Party concert tour.
Although "Sonny Boy" was originally issued on another album (Sonny Boy, Prestige 7207/OJC-348), its inclusion here restores the December 6, 1956 session to its entirety. Label Code: LC 15025. Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM. Other Versions (5 of 14) View All. Cat.
Ee-Ah (Rollins) B. Quick (Rollins) Two Different Worlds B. Swift (Rollins) My Ideal Sonny Boy. Personnel. Theme by Theme Trust.
Original Jazz Classics.
|3||Two Different Worlds||7:37|
- Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey
- Remastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Bass – George Morrow
- Drums – Max Roach
- Piano – Kenny Drew
- Remastered By – Joe Tarantino
- Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins
- Vocals – Earl Coleman (tracks: 3, 5)
NotesRecorded in Hackensack NJ; December 7, 1956.
Digital Remastering, 1989, at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley.
Max Roach appears through the courtesy of EmArcy Records.
Although "Sonny Boy" was originally issued on another album (Sonny Boy, Prestige 7207/OJC-348), its inclusion here restores the December 6, 1956 session to its entirety.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 25218-0095-2 2
- Matrix / Runout: OJCCD-95 S9B18E
|PRLP-7126||Sonny Rollins||Tour De Force (LP, Album)||Prestige||PRLP-7126||US||1958|
|LPJ-70031||Sonny Rollins||Tour De Force (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige||LPJ-70031||Japan||1975|
|00025218609524||Sonny Rollins||Tour De Force (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||00025218609524||Europe||2006|
|SMJX-10137(M), PRLP 7126||Sonny Rollins||Tour De Force (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||SMJX-10137(M), PRLP 7126||Japan||1972|
|XRANK-1||Sonny Rollins||Tour De Force (10", Album, Promo, RE)||Top Rank International||XRANK-1||Japan||1972|