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Coleman Hawkins - High School Hawk FLAC

Coleman Hawkins - High School Hawk FLAC Performer: Coleman Hawkins
Album: High School Hawk
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Label: Jazz Band Records
Genre: Jazz
Catalog #: EBCD 2117-2
Size FLAC: 1960 mb.
Size MP3: 2427 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 844
Record Source: CD, Album




Tracklist


1Solitude3:29
2I'll See You In My Dreams7:26
3Stardust/I Can't Get Started3:56
4Sweetheart You Are Lovely8:34
5Perdido10:46
6How High The Moon 1:39
7Over The Rainbow3:56
8Stompin' At The Savoy4:09
9Lover Come Back To Me2:45
10Say It Isn't So8:22
11September Song4:00
12Tea For Two6:03


Notes


Tracks 1-8 Chisigma High School Dance, Jamestown, New York, 4 April 1958.
Tracks 9-12 Selections from television shows, New York, probably 1958.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5020957211729


Companies


  • Record Company – Flyright Records


Album


Coleman Hawkins and His Confrères, The Hawk Flies High, The Genius Of Coleman Hawkins, Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster - Coleman Hawkins. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. HIGH SCHOOL HAWK is certainly one of the oddest records Coleman Hawkins ever made, not because of the quality of the playing, but because of the setting itself. What Coleman Hawkins was doing at a high school dance in Jamestown, New York in 1958 no one seems to know. Still, there he was, and, as usual, he plays great. Given that only one microphone was used to record this set, it's very listenable. Album 1994 12 Songs. At Ease With Coleman Hawkins. The High And Mighty Hawk. 50 Jazz Classics. Classics - Coleman Hawkins. Millions of songs. Listen free to Coleman Hawkins High School Hawk Perdido, Say It Isn't So and more. 12 tracks 43:45. Coleman Randolph Hawkins November 21, 1904 May 19, 1969, nicknamed Hawk and sometimes Bean, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. While Hawkins is strongly associated with the swing music and big band era, he had a role in the development of bebop in the 1940s. The Hawk Flies High is a 1957 album by jazz tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. Apart from Barry Galbraith and Jo Jones on guitar and drums, the line-up of his accompanying sextet had a bebop background, namely J. Johnson on trombone, Idrees Sulieman on trumpet, pianist Hank Jones, and Oscar Pettiford on bass. Chant Hank Jones - 5:08. Juicy Fruit Idrees Sulieman - 11:16. Think Deep William O. Smith -3:24. Laura David Raksin, Johnny Mercer -4:34. Blue Lights Gigi Gryce -5:44. Coleman Hawkins - Chant. Coleman Hawkins - Juicy Fruit. Coleman Hawkins - Think Deep. Coleman Hawkins - Laura. Coleman Hawkins - Blue Lights. Coleman Hawkins - Sancticity. The High And Mighty Hawk & Cue For Saxophone. Coleman Hawkins. Blues À La Mode, Swinging Like Tate and the High and Mighty Hawk. Coleman Hawkins, Buddy Tate, Budd Johnson. Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Rex Stewart, The Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, Ben Webster, The Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Coleman Hawkins, Rex Stewart. Coleman Hawkins: The Hawk Swings. First Day of School. Coleman Hawkins All Stars At Ease with Coleman Hawkins Night Hawk - Coleman Hawkins, Tommy Flanagan. When Coleman Hawkins recorded The High and Mighty Hawk in 1958, the jazz world had left behind the swing and early bop that he had helped create, but lucky for us Hawkins knew better than to chase current trends but instead stuck with what he knew best, virtuoso lyrical solos that swung like no one else. There is a special treat on this record for long time Hawkins fans in that the album opens with his first recorded shot at blues-jazz, Bird of Prey Blues