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Coleman Hawkins

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Coleman Hawkins  I Only Have Eyes for You   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  Chant   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins Quartet  Go Li'l Liza   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins & Leonard Feather's Esquire All Stars  Esquire Bounce   buy on itunes
McKinney's Cotton Pickers  Gee, Ain't I Good to You   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins & Henry "Red" Allen's All Stars  I've Got the World On a String   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins & Henry Red Allen  Sweet Lorraine   buy on itunes
Mamie Smith  I'm Gonna Get You   buy on itunes
Benny Carter, Coleman Hawkins & Quincy Jones and His Orchestra  Crazy Rhythm   buy on itunes
Benny Carter, Coleman Hawkins & The Chocolate Dandies  Smack   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  Woody'n You   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  Bouncing With Bean   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins & Roy Eldridge  Time On My Hands (Live 1957/Chicago) [Stereo Version]   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  I'll Never Be the Same   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins Quartet  Quintessence   buy on itunes
Shelly Manne  Slowly   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  Day By Day   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  Smoke Gets In Your Eyes   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  His Very Own Blues   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins & Pee Wee Russell  Vic's Spot   buy on itunes
Abbey Lincoln  Blue Monk   buy on itunes
Ida Cox & Coleman Hawkins Quintet  Wild Women Don't Have the Blues   buy on itunes
Thelonious Monk  Crepuscule With Nellie   buy on itunes
Coleman Hawkins  Dinner for One, Please James   buy on itunes
Charlie Shavers, Coleman Hawkins, Cozy Cole, Don Byas, Hank d'Amico, Johnny Guarnieri, Slam Stewart & Tiny Grimes  Comes the Don (Take 2)   buy on itunes

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Like any true jazz great, Coleman Hawkins played well with others — sometimes to historical proportions, like the 1944 session with Dizzy Gillespie, Max Roach, and others that produced not only a swingin' "Woody 'n You," but also the first official bebop recording. Which means he had no problem fitting right in behind passionate jazz chanteuse Abbey Lincoln on "Blue Monk," or getting his sturdy tenor swing to stand out [i]and[/i] blend in with the Oscar Peterson trio on "I'll Never Be the Same." And in "Time On My Hands" (recorded live in Chicago, 1957), Hawk hooks up with one of his finest collaborators, fiery trumpeter Roy Eldridge.
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