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8 thoughts on “ Why Do I Love You (Take Three) - Sonny Stitt - Symphony Hall Swing (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Sonny Stitt (tenor and alto saxophonist) was born Edward Boatner Jr. on February 2, in in Boston, Massachusetts and grew up in Saginaw, Michigan. He had a musical background; his father, Edward Boatner, was a baritone singer, composer and college music professor, his brother was a classically trained pianist, and his mother was a piano.
  2. Why Do I Love You; 3. Symphony Hall Swing; 4. Sonny's Bunny; 5. The Nearness Of You; 6. If I Should Lose You; 7. Sweet Georgia Brown; 8. Blues For Yard; 9. Harlem Nocturne; Engos, The Bloos; People Will Say We're In Love; It Might As Well Be Spring.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sonny Sounds - Sonny Stitt on AllMusic -
  4. Dec 19,  · Sonny Stitt, Lone Wolf: The Roost Alternates (material originally appeared on Mosaic Records CD MD, ) (Pre-order from Run Out Groove) Side A 1. They Say It’s Wonderful – Alternate Take 2. Why Do I Love You – Alternate Take 3. Symphony Hall Swing – Alternate Take 4. Sonny’s Bunny – Alternate Take 5. The Nearness of You.
  5. Sonny Stitt established himself on the American jazz scene in the 60's before making an impact on the UK jazz funk scene during the mid's. Prior to these recordings, Sonny Stitt recorded in the 40's for Tiny Bradshaw's band.
  6. They Say It's Wonderful (Take Two) A3: Why Do I Love You (Take Two) A4: Why Do I Love You (Take Three) A5: Symphony Hall Swing (Take One) A6: Symphony Hall Swing (Take Two) A7: Sonny's Bunny (Take One) B1: Sonny's Bunny (Take Two) B2: Sweet Georgia Brown (Alt. Take) B3: Blues For Yard (Alt. Take One) B4: Blues For Yard (Alt. Take Two) B5.
  7. Find Sonny Stitt discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Symphony Hall Swing: Savoy Kaleidoscope: Original Jazz Classics Sonny Side of Stitt: Roost Sonny Stitt Sits in with the Oscar Peterson Trio: Verve
  8. Sonny Stitt recorded extensively throughout his career, so frequently that he often couldn't remember his sessions a year later. This informal session, cut in Chicago in , is one that Stitt apparently forgot about, which is why the personnel (probably a local rhythm section that might include pianist Barry Harris) has never been definitively identified.

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