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                          ST THOMAS


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1 Table of Contents
3 Preface
4 Axology
6 The Recording
6 Discography
8 ST THOMAS
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27 ALL BLUES
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57 ALL THE THINGS...
63 HONEYSUCKLE
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79 SATIN DOLL
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108 MISTY
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128 I'LL REMEMBER...
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142 HOW INSENSITIVE
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158 Notation Legand
 




Tenor Saxophonist Sonny Rollins penned one of the greatest and most enduring jazz classics with his calypso-based line "ST. THOMAS." Originally recorded on the Saxophone Colossus album (1956), "St. Thomas" is a simple 32-bar tune in ABAB form distinguished by a catchy 16-measure theme. A perennial favorite among jam tunes, "St. Thomas" is a must-know piece in the genre, and here affords us three distinctly different approaches from Jim Hall, Tal Farlow, and Kenny Burrell.




  Sample three versions immortalized by the following guitar legends:

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