Life Is Immediate


In our “civilized”, the conditioned model of life in which we grew up and which we are used to live, there is always “something” that stands between us and the life. Some kind of invisible barrier, a membrane that hinders and prevents us to fully experience to get with it and experience it as He is in all its nature and spontaneity, now. Something like that hampers us that at every opportunity to dance the waltz with the beauty that surrounds us at all times. Caution and conventions that we follow and which we have accepted as their own and that unquestioningly obey are those that do not allow us to act in accordance with its true nature and spontaneity, and why we always feel a dose of restraint and fear of life. How many are just psychologically conditioned and limited in that sense most vividly shows an example of…

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Sonny Rollins: The Bridge – Five-star jazz albums

Jazz You Too


Sonny Rollins – tenor saxophone
Jim Hall – guitar
Bob Cranshaw – bass
Ben Riley – drums


“Without a Song” (Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans)
“Where Are You?” (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
“John S.” (Sonny Rollins)
“The Bridge” (Rollins)
“God Bless the Child” (Arthur Herzog Jr., Billie Holiday)
“You Do Something to Me” (Cole Porter)

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