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Doxy by Sonny Rollins

In Doxy on July 1, 2010 at 4:30 pm

Doxy is an primeval essay by talking instrumentalist Sonny Rollins. It prototypal appeared on the 1954 Miles Davis medium Bags’ Groove, performed by Davis on trumpet and Rollins on substance saxophone, with Horace Silver on piano, Percy Heath on bass, and Kenny Clarke on drums. When Rollins eventually established his own achievement label he named it Doxy Records. The chords are from Bob Carleton’s 16-bar song, Ja-Da! Doxy has become a talking standard, a frequently performed and transcribed part of many musicians’ repertoires. Theodore director \”Sonny\” Rollins born Sept 7, 1930 in New royalty City is an American talking substance saxophonist. Rollins’ long, prolific occupation began at the geezerhood of 11, and he was playing with pianissimo fable Thelonious Monk before reaching the geezerhood of 20. Rollins is still touring and recording today, having outlived most of his people much as Evangelist Coltrane, Miles Davis, Max Roach, and Art.

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