SonnyMoon For Two

Sonny Rollins 1957

“Sonnymoon For Two” is a 12 bar blues written by tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins. It was originally recorded in 1957, but can be found on the album, The Freelance Years.

SaxoPhone: Sonny Rollins
Trombone: Jimmy Cleveland Piano: Gil Coggins Double Bass: Wendell Marshall Drums: Kenny Dennis

Dexter Gordon 1967

Sonnymoon for Two was recorded by Dexter Gordon at the Montmartre Jazzhuis, Copenhagen, on July 20th 1967.

Tenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon Bass - Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen Piano – Kenny Drew Drums - Albert "Tootie" Heath.

Grant Green 1960

Was originally recorded by Grant Green in 1960 on the album First Session. However, the album ended up not being released until 2001.

Grant Green- Guitar Wynton Kelly - piano Paul Chambers - bass Philly Joe Jones - drums

Sonny Rollins & Ornette Coleman 2010

Recorded on the live album "Road Shows" vol.2 (2011).

Sonny Rollins and Ornette Coleman-saxophones Christian McBride-bass Roy Haynes-drums.

Joe Pass Quartet

Was originally recorded on the television show Frankly Jazz. This program ran for half an hour and was produced in Los Angeles in the 1960’s. It also featured prominent West Coast Jazz performers.

Nick Brignola and Pepper Adams 1982

Recorded Live at the Meervaart International Jazz Festival in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 14, 1982.

Nick Brignola- Baritone Sax Pepper Adams- Baritone Sax Hank Jones- Piano George Mraz- Bass Mel Lewis- Drums