Sonny Stitt, heavily influenced by Charlie Parker, played with many jazz legends during his career, including Dexter Gordon, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, J.J. Johnson, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, and many others. This folio features 14 authentic transcriptions, including: After Hours • Body and Soul • Constellation • On the Sunny Side of the Street • Ray's Idea • Soul Shack • Tune Up • and more, plus a biography and discography.
- After Hours Robert Bruce Buddy Feyne Avery Parrish Erskine Hawdins His Orch. Randy Brooks Ethel Smith
- Autumn In New York Vernon Duke Jo Stafford Bud Powell
- Back Door Sonny Stitt
- Body And Soul Edward Heyman Robert Sour Frank Eyton John Green Tony Bennett Amy Winehouse
- Constellation Charlie Parker
- Easy To Love You'd Be So Easy Cole Porter
- I Can't Get Started Ira Gershwin Vernon Duke
- I Know That You Anne Caldwell Vincent Youmans Benny Goodman
- Moten Swing Buster Moten Bennie
- On The Sunny Side Of Street Dorothy Fields Jimmy Mchugh
- Orange Ashtray Sonny Stitt
- Ray's Idea Walter Gil Fuller Raymond Brown
- Soul Shack Sonny Stitt
- Tune Up Miles Davis
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00672550
Northwest Product Number: 123-1900-00-001
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