Sonny Stitt The Champ

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  1. Sonny Stitt The Champ
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In JazzTimes Chris Kelsey wrote 'Sonny Stitt’s It’s Magic (Delmark), an organ-trio date recorded in 1969, is less magic than simple sleight-of-hand. Absent is the dauntless intensity he could bring to the table when the mood struck him. Edward Hammond Boatner Jr. (February 2, 1924 – July 22, 1982), known professionally as Sonny Stitt, was an American jazz saxophonist of the bebop/hard bop idiom. Known for his warm tone, he was one of the best-documented saxophonists of his generation, recording more than 100 albums. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1974 Vinyl release of The Champ on Discogs. Sonny Stitt was in great form in the early '70s, and the rhythm section on this release (which has been reissued on CD) is excellent: pianist Duke Jordan, bassist Sam Jones, and drummer Roy Brooks.The problem is that trumpeter Joe Newman is not quite up to par, and Stitt constantly cuts his own solos short to make room for Newman.While there are some good spots for Stitt's tenor and alto, his. Track #4 from Sonny Stitt's album 'The Champ'. The Champ is a Sonny Stitt album recorded at RCA's Studio B on April 18, 1973. Personnel: Sonny Stitt - alto &.


  • The Champ (1931 film), a 1931 film directed by King Vidor
  • The Champ (1979 film), a remake of the 1931 film


  • The Champs, US rock and roll band
  • 'The Champ', a 1951 composition by jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie
    • The Champ (Jimmy Smith album), 1956 - featuring the above composition
    • The Champ (Sonny Stitt album), 1974 - featuring the above composition
  • 'The Champ' (The Mohawks song), 1968
  • 'The Champ', a song by Ghostface Killah on the 2006 album Fishscale
  • 'The Champ' (Nelly song), 2011

Sonny Stitt The Champ


  • The Champ, a fictional comedy character played on radio and created by Jake Edwards
  • Professional wrestlers, John Cena, Samoa Joe, and Jason Reso (Christian Cage)
  • Former heavyweight boxer, Muhammad Ali

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Sonny Stitt Interview

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