1. Freddie Redd that is- consummate improvising keyboardist/composer whose original score on Blue Note for Jack Gelber's searing play “The Connection” reverberates eternally down the marble halls of the charm(ed) school of indelible jazz, thanks to Freddie's bewitching melodicism, nimble pianistic pyrotechnique, and the keening cry of Jacke McLean on alto (there's also a recording of Freddie.
  2. Mr. Five by Five ; Clothes pin blues / Jimmy Rushing --Harlen nocturne ; Mr. Jump / Herbie Fields --Blue blue days (goin' down home) ; What a difference a day makes ; I'll tell you later / Coleman Hawkins --Uptown stomp ; Riverboat / Benson-Ogletree Band --Summertime ; Riverboat / Red Saunders --Jam pt. 1 ; Jam pt. 2 / Paul Bascomb --Black.
  3. (All 12 tracks can be heard on Classics , Coleman Hawkins , a CD that was among that label's last.) We just think Al Benson would have done better musically—and saved on session expenses—by sticking to Sun Ra on piano, with bass and drums, the winning formula on six of the sides.
  4. Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins A1: Mood Indigo B1: You Dirty Dog B2: Self Portrait (of The Bean) Karusell Sweden: KSEP EP: 0: Switzerland: Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins Meets J.J. Johnson - Blue Lights A: Chant B: Blue Lights: Riverside Switzerland: E 7" 6 UK: Coleman Hawkins And His Orchestra A1: Half Step Down.
  5. Dip into the expansive and inspirational Savoy catalogue and discover some Jazz gems as we take a look at an incredibly industrious and creative period in the label s history. CD1 1. Bluebird - Charlie Parker 2. Goin' Down Home - Coleman Hawkins 3. Sonor - Kenny Clarke All Stars & Milt Jackson 4. The Tadd Walk - Fats Navarro caibaskpeporfindkerretikbupocaptper.xyzinfo: $
  6. Blue Blue Days (Goin' Down Home) - Coleman Hawkins 6. What A Difference A Day Makes - Coleman Hawkins 7. I'll Follow My Secret Heart - Coleman Hawkins Why these sides have never been released before on CD is a mystery to me. Coleman Hawkins, Joe Williams, Paul Bascomb, Herbie Fields - every track is a killer and feature arrangements by a 5/5(2).
  7. The segment of Coleman Hawkins ' time line beginning with the material he waxed for Al Benson 's Parrot record label in Chicago during August of and ending halfway through his superb Jazztone All Stars date on November 8, , is a case in point.7/
  8. Coleman Hawkins. Coleman Randolph Hawkins, nicknamed Hawk and sometimes "Bean" (November 21, – May 19, ), was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He was one of the first prominent jazz musicians on his instrument.
  9. 78_my-blue-heaven_coleman-hawkins-all-star-octet-george-whiting-walter-donaldson-cole_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Shaun Kinney User_metadataentered Liz Rosenberg User_transferred Liz Rosenberg.

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