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1950s

Sonny Rollins – It Don’t Mean a Thing

Sonny Rollins Trio – “Weaver of Dreams”

Sonny Rollins – Paul’s Pal

Sonny Rollins – Love Letters

Sonny Rollins – Freedom Suite

Sonny Rollins by Chuck Stewart

1960s

Sonny Rollins Trio Live

The Bridge/ Sonny Rollins & Jim Hall

Sonny Rollins – There Will Never Be Another You

Sonny Rollins and Don Cherry

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1970s

The Solo Saxophone of Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins Quintet

Sonny Rollins Alfie’s Theme

Sonny Rollins 5tet – Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Sonny Rollins Jazz Calypso Live

Sonny Rollins 5tet – First Move

Sonny Rollins 5tet – Calypso

Sonny Rollins Quintet – Don’t Stop the Carnival | Cascais Jazz

Sonny Rollins TV Commercial for Pioneer Home Stereo Electronics

Sonny And Miles

1980s

Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Hank Jones, Rufus Reid, Mickey Roker

Sonny Rollins “St. Thomas” Tokyo 

Sonny Rollins – Alfie

Sonny Rollins – I’ll Be Seeing You

Sonny Rollins – Here You Come Again

Sonny Rollins 5tet – I’m Old Fashioned

Sonny Rollins Live in Prague

Sonny Rollins 5tet – Don’t Stop the Carnival

Sonny Rollins – Moritat

Night Music: Leonard Cohen, Sonny Rollins, Ken Nordine, Was (Not Was)

Sonny Rollins – G-Man

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1990s

Sonny Rollins 6tet – Tennessee Waltz

Sonny Rollins Live in Japan Falling in Love with Love

Sonny Rollins 6tet – Where or When

My Favorite Kind of Lady – Sonny Rollins

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2000s

Sonny Rollins Remembers Bud Powell

Sonny Rollins – Getting It Back Together

Sonny Rollins: What Jazz Is, and What Being a Jazz Musician Means to Me

Like Sonny: The Story of Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane

Sonny Rollins – Tenor Madness

Serenade – Sonny Rollins

Life Is A Puzzle – Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins: Bird, Miles and My Mom

Sonny Rollins, Saxophonist: Strode Rode

Sonny Rollins Meets Miles Davis

Sonny Rollins 6tet – Long Ago and Far Away

Sonny Rollins – It’s All Good

Sonny Rollins – Don’t Stop the Carnival

Sneak Preview – The Sonny Rollins Podcast – On The Road

Sonny Rollins – Global Warming and Living Lightly on Planet Earth

Sonny Rollins: Music is Meditation

My Saxophone Mentors – Sonny Rollins

The Solo Saxophone of Sonny Rollins

Interview – Tatum and the Great American Songbook

What Sonny Rollins Says About Love

Sonny, Please – Live in Vienne

Sonny Rollins Polar Music Prize 2007 Award Ceremony

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2010s

Jazz and Life – Sonny Rollins

I’m Still Working On Myself – Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins – Nishi

Sonny Rollins talks about his ‘Bridge’ Sabbatical

Jazz Icon Sonny Rollins & President Obama: Kennedy Center Honors

Sonny Rollins and Don Cherry

Legendary Saxophonist Sonny Rollins on His Enduring Love for Jazz

Sonny Rollins Remembers Ben Webster, Pres and Hawk

What Makes Sonny Rollins Happy?

Sonny Rollins – The Other Side of Charlie Parker

Woodstock Film Festival 2013- Sonny Rollins: Beyond the Notes

Sonny Rollins Gets Sentimental

Sonny Rollins – My Practice Routine and Role Models

Sonny Rollins – Incorporating What I Practice into Improvisation

Sonny Rollins – Why Charlie Parker Is Still Important

Sonny Rollins – Spirtuality and Improvisation

Sonny Rollins Loves Playing Calypsos

The Way Sonny Rollins is Recorded

Sonny Rollins: Road Shows, vol. 3

The Real Sonny Rollins – Sonny’s complete response to the New Yorker article

Jazz is Real – Sonny Rollins response to the New Yorker article

Jazz isn’t Funny – Sonny Rollins’ response to the New Yorker article

Is someone trying to kill Jazz? Sonny Rollins responds to the New Yorker article

Advice for Young Musicians – Sonny Rollins responds to the New Yorker article

Search for the Truth – Sonny Rollins responds to the New Yorker article

The Best is Yet to Come – Sonny Rollins responds to the New Yorker article

“Everything is Important in Our Life’s Journey” Sonny Rollins reponse to the New Yorker article

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