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Uptown Lullaby - Coleman Hawkins - Thanks For The Memory (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. COLEMAN HAWKINS Vinyl Records and CDs Without Coleman Hawkins, the saxophone may never have made it out of the marching band. While playing with Fletcher Henderson's outfit in the s, Hawk did more than put the saxophone on the map; it just didn't sound like it does now until Hawkins .
  2. Coleman Hawkins The Hawk Relaxes on LP After Coleman Hawkins began recording for Prestige and its affiliated labels in , he continued to cut sessions with mainstream peers, as he had done earlier in the decade.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Timeless Jazz on Discogs. Label: Jazztone (2) - J • Format: Vinyl LP, 10 Coleman Hawkins And His All-Stars* - Timeless Jazz (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. Covering in detail a timeline from January to October , this chapter in the Classics Coleman Hawkins chronology presents recordings he made for the Asch, Selmer, Capitol, Super Disc and V-Disc labels during what was an exciting and transitional period in the evolution of jazz. During the '40s Hawkins was deliberately aligning himself with young and innovative players; four of the.
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  6. Body & Soul, Coleman Hawkins Uptown Lullaby, Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster Pennies from Heaven, Ben Webster Blue Lou, Benny Carter & Coleman Hawkins Blue Lou, version # 2, Benny Carter Back Home Again in Indiana, Don Byas, Coleman Hawkins & /5(5).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Thanks For The Memory on Discogs/5(2).
  8. "The Hawk Relaxes" is another fine release from the Hawk. I have actually owned this album for about a year or so, but I felt the need to say this is an outstanding recording. If you enjoyed "At Ease With Coleman Hawkins," then I can almost assure you that you'll enjoy this release. The Hawk had kind of resurgence in the '50s and early '60s/5(29).
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