JD Allen – Queen City (Savant)

JD Allen and Sonny Rollins embraced the art of the solo saxophone for different reasons. In the late 1950s, Rollins stepped out of the spotlight after skyrocketing to jazz fame to focus on lifting his music to an even higher level — a goal he sought while playing alone at night on the Williamsburg Bridge.

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