Last night, I was watching the 1986 documentary about Sonny Rollins, called Sonny Rollins: Saxophone Collosus (recommended viewing, by the way - I grabbed the DVD for cheap during the last DeepDiscountDVD.com 20% off sale) and my girlfriend asked if the Tokyo "Concerto for Tenor Saxophone and Orchestra" was available on CD . . . It is available? I googled for it a little bit last night but couldn't find any hits. Found some Rollins discographies and they didn't mention it either. The clips of the performance on the DVD were odd . . . seemed like an awkward marriage of instruments . . . but strangely compelling. My gf and I were working on a 1000-piece puzzle of Jackson Pollock's Convergence (very difficult!), and we both found ourselves integrating with the music, and our puzzle-working skills seemed enhanced as well. (Aside: I've found that jazz, more than any kind of music, makes me feel smarter and really seems to improve my cognitive skills while I'm listening to it . . . I think there once was a thread along those lines here.) Anyway, I'd like to track down a recording of Rollins' 1986 Concerto if such is available and doesn't cost too much money (worried it'd only be available as Japanese import if at all). Thanks, Craig(VC).