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Bean At The Met - Coleman Hawkins - Dear Old Southland (CD)

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  1. Coleman Hawkins and his Quintet perform "Bean At The Met" in this recording from a session on January 31, Personnel are: Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax), Teddy Wilson (piano), Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Cozy Cole (drums), Billy Taylor (bass).
  2. Dear Old Southland 'way Down Yonder In New Orleans My Ideal Lover Come Back To Me Crazy Rhythm Get Happy Man I Love Bean At The Met Rainbow Mist Recollections and the whole package is OK for car stereo or walkman use. But for serious listening, "Coleman Hawkins, A Retrospective" is a much broader 4/5(2).
  3. About Coleman Hawkins. 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 came along.
  4. Tracks: CD1 The Stampede Miss Hannah Hello Lola Sugar Foot Stomp Sweet Sorrow Blues Queer Notions Jamaica Shout The Day You Came Along Hocus Pocus Lost In A .
  5. Dear Old Southland, a song by The Coleman Hawkins Trio on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. A 50s collection of material cut by Coleman Hawkins in the early 40s – working with a wonderful small combo that includes Teddy Wilson on piano and either Roy Eldridge or Buck Clayton on trumpet! The tracks are mostly lively and upbeat, and Hawkins' tenor has that wonderful mid 40s sound – a nice sense of confidence throughout, but with some of the rasp that started to show up in.
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