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April In Paris - Coleman Hawkins - Blues Groove (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blues Groove - Coleman Hawkins on AllMusic - - Strange as it seems, after over 35 years on the.
  2. April In Paris -- Charlie Parker With Strings (Genius Of Charlie Parker #2) LP, Vinyl record album. Charlie Parker Bird Is Free. all with the tenor of Coleman Hawkins firmly upfront! LP, Vinyl record album. Bill Evans Simple Matter Of Conviction. Verve, Near Mint- Gatefold.
  3. Mar 19,  · Count Basie – April In Paris Duke Ellington & John Coltrane Oliver Nelson – The Blues and the Abstract Truth Sonny Rollins – On Impulse! Archie Shepp – Fire Music I picked up the Coleman Hawkins with Ben Webster album – Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster. I agree with Starquest mine too is flat, quiet with very nice sound.
  4. A really unusual chapter of the Coleman Hawkins catalog – an album of easy-going ballads and late nite tracks, recorded with backings from arranger Frank Hunter – hence the title of the set! Hunter's using some lush strings on the set, but not in a way that gets in front of Hawkins ' horn – and Coleman gets plenty of room to blow on the session, recorded here in a nice echoey mode that.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Hawk in Paris - Coleman Hawkins on AllMusic - - This CD is a major surprise. Hawkins had always.
  6. Presented here is the complete Coleman Hawkins album Blues Groove (Prestige PRLP), which pairs the great tenor saxophonist with pianist Ray Bryant and guitarist Tiny Grimes. It appears here with the addition of the song “Tiny Bean”, that closed the session and wasn’t included on the original LP.
  7. Shop 82 records for sale for album Soul by Coleman Hawkins on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  8. Somewhere on the liner notes I read: "this is not just schlock but [something positive, can't remember what they said it was]. Well, it IS schlock, Coleman Hawkins with strings, recorded I think in ; I don't have the thing in front of me, it's buried somewhere I don't usually look, though I didn't GIVE the thing away, as I didn't want anyone to be turned off Coleman Hawkins/5(3).

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