So it’s only September of 2015, but somehow people are already arguing about the 2016 election cycle left and right! Instead of that, let’s argue about something that really matters: who cut who on the classic recording of Blues Up And Down on the 1961 album Boss Tenors? Does Sonny Stitt’s blinding bebop sophistication win out? Or is it Gene Ammons’ sweet blues inflection and power? Check out all 504 bars of their solos on the Transcriptions page to find out for yourself – I had a lot of fun transcribing this one! It’s the true Britannica of blues in b-flat. Happy shedding!