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A Natural Fox - Sonny Stitt - Move On Over... (CD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Move On Over on Discogs. Label: Cadet - LPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Sonny Stitt - Move On Over (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. The Sonny Side of Stitt is an album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded in and originally released on the Roost label. Reception. The Allmusic site awarded the album 3 stars. Track listing. All compositions by Sonny Stitt except as indicated "Skylark".
  3. Personnel 'Move On Over': Sonny Stitt - Alto & Tenor Eddie Buster - Hammond B3 Nicky Hill - Tenor Joe Diorio - Guitar Gerald Donovan - Drums Personnel 'At The D.J. Lounge': Sonny Stitt - Alto & Tenor Eddie Buster - Hammond B3 Johnny Board - Tenor Sax Joe Shelton - Drums Stormy Weather A Natural Fox Love Letters Move On Over
  4. A great little groover from Sonny Stitt – blowing here with a very soulful group that features piano by soul jazz giant Ronnie Matthews! Matthews is at his prime here, and his heavy left-handed approach lays out some wonderful grooves for Stitt – crackling little tunes that are extra-great because they include a good number of original.
  5. This CD - two complete albums with almost 80 minutes of music - falls in between those two periods and showcases Stitt on both horns. In each case, he's joined by another formidable saxman and backed up by a rhythm section featuring organ.4/5(3).
  6. Move On Over. Sonny Stitt (sa,st) Nicky Hill (st) Eddie Buster (org) Joe Diorio (g) Gerald Donovan (dr) Dexter’s deck / Shut the back door / The lady is a tramp / Love letters / My mother’s eyes / Stormy weather / Move on over / A natural fox. (Cadet CA) Chicago, 7 Giugno Now! Sonny Stitt.
  7. Move on Over buy CD music Description Digipak edition includes Jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt's complete recorded collaboration with the outstanding organist Eddie Buster, consisting of the two albums, both previously unavailable on CD: Move on Over () and At the D.J. Lounge ().
  8. Move on Over pairs Sonny Stitt with the little-known Chicago organist Eddie Buster, resulting in a gritty, kinetic session fueled by the lively give and take of its psychobsaprifogastippnewsrihertepu.coist Joe Diorio and altoist Nicky Hill further enhance the set's organic, one-take feel. All four participants seem to operate on pure instinct, translating the energy of the live setting into the sterile confines 7/
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