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Budd Johnson - Coleman Hawkins - Kind Of Hawkins (CD, Album)

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  • Shakakus
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    Oct 02,  · What's most remarkable about the collection is the sheer variety of settings Hawkins performs—and excels—in, from early swing sides with McKinney's Cotton Pickers and big band efforts with Fletcher Henderson and Lionel Hampton, to bebop outings with Fats Navarro and J.J. Johnson, and even a memorable pairing with his supreme disciple.
  • Goltizragore
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    Ben Webster and Friends, an Album by Ben Webster. Released in on Verve (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz. Featured peformers: Ben Webster (tenor saxophone), Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone), Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone), Jimmy Jones (piano), Les Spann (guitar), Ray Brown (aka_text contrabass .
  • Takree
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    There is some overlap with two sax lineup on the remastered "Coleman Hawkins Meets Ben Webster" on Verve (5 trax), but this CD is far more exciting. 2 trax are by Webster alone, 2 are by Hawkins alone. But the big fun is the interplay on the two 3-sax lineup cuts including the softer-toned tenor of Budd Johnson.5/5(4).
  • Tygotilar
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    Coleman Hawkins – Body And Soul (Full Album) Uploaded by projazz on January 4, at am Muсh оf thе mаtеrіаl оn thіѕ twо-LP ѕеt hаѕ bееn ѕіnсе reissued on CD, but, оnе wау or thе оthеr, thіѕ muѕіс (раrtісulаrlу thе fіrѕt 16 trасkѕ) bеlоngѕ іn еvеrу ѕеrіоuѕ jazz соllесtіоn.
  • Shakalkree
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    J.J. Johnson, Trombone - Fats Navarro, Trumpet - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Budd Johnson, Alto Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Chuck Wayne, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Max Roach, Drums - Jack Lesberg, Bass - B.A. Prozorovsky, Composer - B.A. Prozorovsky, Lyricist - Marion DeVeta, Baritone.
  • Tygoramar
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    Good Old Broadway, an Album by Coleman Hawkins. Released in April on Moodsville (catalog no. MV 23; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone), Tommy Flanagan (piano), Major Holley (bass), Eddie Locke (drums), Nat Hentoff (liner notes), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer).
  • Shataxe
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    Ben Webster's spacious mellow sound could warm the most jaded; his lush sax is almost a prayer of romance and renewal. This is a superb album, booth because of Webster's playing and his hall of fame associates: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Coleman Hawkins and Budd Johnson (tenor sax), Ray Brown (bass)-- but wait, there's more!--Jo Jones (drums, Les Spann (guitar) and Jimmy 5/5(11).
  • Tarn
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    At the Village Gate is a live album by saxophonist Coleman Hawkins which was recorded at the (who debuted on records 40 years earlier) gets to stretch out on this live outing by his quartet Coleman Hawkins in his late 50s was still a powerful force. "Bean and the Boys" (Coleman Hawkins) – Additional track on CD release.
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