Soul is an album by saxophonist Coleman Hawkins which was recorded in 1958 and released on the Prestige label. Then 52, Hawkins uses a typically young rhythm section and plays melodically on a variety of originals and standards". All compositions by Coleman Hawkins except as indicated. I Hadn't Anyone Till You" (Ray Noble) - 4:34. Groovin'" (Kenny Burrell) - 5:43.
Album · 2009 · 71 Songs. The Savory Collection, Vol. 1 - Body and Soul: Coleman Hawkins & Friends. The Complete Recordings: 1959-1962.
Free download and listen Complete Jazz Series 1944 - 1945 Vol. . Tracks count: 6. Views: 2. Coleman Hawkins - Sportsman's Hop (01-11-45) 03:00. Coleman Hawkins - Recollectons (10-19-44) 02:54. Coleman Hawkins - In The Hush Of The Night (10-11-44) 02:57.
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Coleman Hawkins Vol. 1. Released by Like Music Nov 2012 19 Tracks. Coleman Hawkins Vol. 1 is a English album released on Nov 2012. 1 Album has 19 songs sung by Coleman Hawkins. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Coleman Hawkins Vol. 1 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
One of the first musicians to use the tenor saxophone as a leading jazz instrument, Coleman Hawkins was among the defining figures of the swing, big band and hard bop movements. These included the triple shellac collection On Asch Records (Asch, 1945), Tenor Sax Stylings, Vol. 1 (Brunswick, 1952) - volume two of which showcased the talents of Ben Webster - and King Of The Tenor Sax (Commodore, 1952). In 1954, he released his first full album as band leader, The Hawk Returns (Savoy), which was followed by a fine series of records, which included The Hawk In Hi-Fi (RCA Victor, 1956), on which he was backed by Billy Byers and his Orchestra, and The Hawk Flies High (Riverside, 1957).
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Also known as Bean or Hawk, Coleman Hawkins started piano lessons when he was five. He switched to the cello at the age of seven and two years later Coleman began to work on the tenor saxophone, turning professional by the age of 12. In August 1923, he made his first recordings with Fletcher Henderson. He played with Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis and Max Roach, among others.