|Format:||Print Book 2019.|
|Availability:||On Order 5 copies|
Rollins is one of the most prolific sax players in the history of jazz, but, in 1959, at the height of his career, he vanished from the jazz scene. His return to music was an interesting journey--with a long detour on the Williamsburg Bridge. Too loud to practice in his apartment, Rollins played on the New York City landmark for two years among the cacophony of traffic and the stares of bystanders, leading to the release of his album, The Bridge.
Written in rhythmic prose with a bebop edge, this picture-book biography of Sonny Rollins's journey to get his groove back will delight young and old fans alike.
-- Juvenile literature.
Jazz musicians -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Saxophonists -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
|Publisher|| Watertown, MA :2019.