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The Jazz Legends Series - COLEMAN HAWKINS - Double CD

The Jazz Legends Series - COLEMAN HAWKINS - Double CD
£12.99
CD / Product Number: FADCD2044

Great value double CD collection of the work of one of the great tenor saxophonist whose career spanned early jazz, swing and big-band eras, post-war bebop and cool jazz movements. A cross-section of his recording career featuring numerous other legendary jazz musicians.

Description

Disc 1

1. St. Louis Shuffle - Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra (Apr. 27 1927)
2. Wherever There's A Will There's A Way - Mckinney's Cotton Pickers (Nov. 7 1929)
3. One Hour - The Mound City Blue Blowers (Nov. 14 1929)
4. Hello Lola! - The Mound City Blue Blowers (Nov. 14 1929)
5. Sugar Foot Stomp - Connie's Inn Orchestra (Apr. 29 1931)
6. Donegal Cradle Song - Spike Hughes and His Negro Orchestra (May 19 1933)
7. Firebird - Spike Hughes and His Negro Orchestra (May 19 1933)
8. Queer Notions - Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra (Aug. 18 1933)
9. Jamaica Shout - Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra (Sept. 29 1933)
10. The Day You Came Along - Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra (Sept. 29 1933)
11. Hocus Pocus - Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra (Mar. 6 1934)
12. Chicago - Coleman Hawkins Acc By The Ramblers (Aug. 26 1935)
13. Meditation - Coleman Hawkins Acc By The Ramblers (Aug. 26 1935)
14. Honeysuckle Rose - Coleman Hawkins and His All Star Jam Band (Apr. 28 1937)
15. One Sweet Letter From You - Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra (Sept. 11 1939)
16. Body And Soul - Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra (Oct. 11 1939)
17. She's Funny That Way - Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra (Oct. 11 1939)
18. Fine Dinner - Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra (Oct. 11 1939)
19. Meet Doctor Foo - Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra. (Oct. 11 1939)
20. My Blue Heaven - Coleman Hawkins All Star Octet (Jan. 3 1940)
21. Bouncing With Bean - Coleman Hawkins All Star Octet (Jan. 3 1940)
22. The Sheik Of Araby - Coleman Hawkins All Star Octet (Jan. 3 1940)
23. When Day Is Done - Coleman Hawkins All Star Octet (Jan. 3 1940)
24. One O'clock Jump - Metronome All Stars (Jan. 16 1941)

Disc 2

1. Bugle Call Rag - Metronome All Stars (Jan. 16 1941) 2. Crazy Rhythm - Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four (Dec. 23 1943) 3. I'm In The Mood For Love - Coleman Hawkins Quintet Feat. Teddy Wilson (Jan. 31 1944) 4. Hallelujah - Coleman Hawkins' All American Four (May 29 1944) 5. Beyond The Blue Horizon - Coleman Hawkins His All American Five (Oct. 17 1944) 6. Embraceable You - Charlie Shavers' All American Five (Oct. 18 1944) 7. The Beat - Cozy Cole His Orch. (Nov. 21 1944) 8. When Day Is Done - Cozy Cole His Orch. (Nov. 21 1944) 9. It's The Talk Of The Town - Coleman Hawkins His Orch. (Mar. 9 1945) 10. Spotlite - Coleman Hawkins His 52nd Street All Stars (Feb. 27 1946) 11. Low Flame - Coleman Hawkins His 52nd Street All Stars (Feb. 27 1946) 12. Say It Isn't So - Coleman Hawkins His 52nd Street All Stars (Feb. 27 1946) 13. Indian Summer - Esquire All-American Award Winners (Dec. 4 1946) 14. Bean-A-Re-Bop - Coleman Hawkins All Stars (Jun. 1947) 15. You Were Meant For Me - Leslie Scott Acc. By Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra (Dec. 10 1947)
16. April In Paris - Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars (Dec. 11 1947)
17. Half Step Down Please - Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars (Dec. 11 1947)
18. How Strange - Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars (Dec. 11 1947)
19. I Love You - Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars (Dec. 11 1947)
20. Jumpin' For Jane - Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars (Dec. 11 1947)
21. Angel Face - Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars (Dec. 11 1947)
22. Sweethearts On Parade Cozy Cole's Big Seven (Dec1955)
23. 39-25-39 (Bean and The Boys) - Coleman Hawkins Acc. By Billy Byers and His Orchestra (Jan. 18 1956)
24. Essence Of Jazz - Coleman Hawkins Acc. By Billy Byers and His Orchestra (Jan. 20 1956)