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Coleman Hawkins - Picasso (1929-1949)


Tracklist


1Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraSugar Foot Stomp
Alto Saxophone – Harvey BooneBass – John KirbyClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Russell ProcopeCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Walter JohnsonGuitar – Clarence HolidayPiano, Arranged By – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Benny Morton, Claude JonesTrumpet – Bobby Stark, Russell SmithWritten-By – J.K. Oliver
3:05
2Coleman Hawkins Acc By Leonard Feather Esquire All-StarsMy Ideal
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Robin, Whiting
3:07
3Mound City Blue BlowersHello Lola!
Banjo – Eddie CondonBass – Pops FosterClarinet – Pee Wee RussellDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Jack BlandPerformer [Blue Blowing] – Red McKenzieTrombone – Glenn MillerWritten-By – Means, McKenzie
3:18
4Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraQueer Notions
Arranged By – Horace HendersonBass – John KirbyClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Hilton Jefferson, Russell ProcopeClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsDrums – Walter JohnsonGuitar – Bernard AddisonPiano – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Dickie Wells, Sandy WilliamsTrumpet – Bobby Stark, Henry Allen, Russell SmithWritten-By – C. Hawkins
3:14
5Mound City Blue BlowersOne Hour (If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight)
Banjo – Eddie CondonBass – Pops FosterClarinet – Pee Wee RussellDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Jack BlandPerformer [Blue Blowing] – Red McKenzieTrombone – Glenn MillerWritten-By – H. Creamer, J.P. Johnson
3:28
6Esquire All American WinnersIndian Summer
Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass – Chubby JacksonDrums – Roziere "Shadow" WilsonGuitar – John Collins Piano – Teddy WilsonTrombone – Jay Jay JohnsonTrumpet – Buck Clayton, Charlie ShaversWritten-By – Dubin, Herbert
3:13
7Coleman Hawkins And His All StarsApril In Paris
Alto Saxophone – Budd JohnsonBaritone Saxophone – Marion De VetaBass – Jack LesbergDrums – Max RoachGuitar – Chuck WaynePiano – Hank JonesTrombone – Jay Jay JohnsonTrumpet – Fats NavarroWritten-By – E.Y. Harburg, V. Duke
3:09
8Coleman Hawkins And His OrchestraYesterdays
Alto Saxophone – Leo Parker, Leonard LowryBaritone Saxophone – Budd JohnsonBass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Max RoachPiano – Clyde HartTenor Saxophone – Don Byas, Ray AbramsTrumpet – Dizzy Gillespie, Ed Vandever, Vic CoulsenWritten-By – J. Kern
2:48
9Coleman Hawkins And His OrchestraBody And Soul
Alto Saxophone – Eustis Moore, Jackie FieldsBass – William Oscar SmithDrums – Arthur HerbertPiano – Gene RodgersTrombone – Earl HardyTrumpet – Joe Guy, Tommy LindsayWritten-By – Heyman, Eyton, Green, Sour
3:00
10Coleman Hawkins And His RhythmSophisticated Lady
Bass – Pierre MichelotDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – Jean-Pierre MengeonWritten-By – D. Ellington
3:09
11The Chocolate DandiesI Surrender Dear
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sid CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Clifford, Barris
4:33
12Coleman Hawkins And His OrchestraJamaica Shout
Bass – John KirbyClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Hilton JeffersonDrums – Walter JohnsonGuitar – Bernard AddisonPiano, Arranged By – Horace HendersonTrombone – J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet – Henry AllenWritten-By – H. Henderson
2:57
13Coleman Hawkins All StarsPhantomesque
Alto Saxophone – Howard Johnson Bass – Curly RussellDrums – Max RoachPiano – Hank JonesTrombone – Kai WindingTrumpet – Miles DavisWritten-By – C. Hawkins
2:57
14Coleman Hawkins QuartetOn The Bean
Bass – Edward "Bass" RobinsonDrums – Denzil BestPiano – Thelonious MonkWritten-By – C. Hawkins
2:41
15Coleman Hawkins' Swing FourThe Man I Love
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Shelly MannePiano – Eddie HeywoodWritten-By – G. & I. Gershwin
5:10
16Lionel Hampton And His OrchestraDinah (Take 1)
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Zutty SingletonGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano – Joe SullivanTrumpet – Benny CarterVibraphone – Lionel HamptonWritten-By – Akst, Young, Lewis
2:43
17Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraHocus Pocus
Arranged By – Will HudsonBass – John KirbyClarinet – Buster BaileyClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Hilton Jefferson, Russell ProcopeDrums – Vic EngleGuitar – Bernard AddisonPiano – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Claude Jones, Keg JohnsonTrumpet – Henry Allen, Joe Thomas , Russell SmithWritten-By – W. Hudson
3:17
18Coleman HawkinsPicasso
Written-By – Hawkins
3:13
19The Chocolate DandiesI Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sid CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Gaskill, McHugh
4:13
20Coleman Hawkins, George Auld, Ben Webster, Charlie Shavers, Bill Rowland, Hy White, Israel Crosby, Specs PowellPick-Up Boys
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George AuldBass – Israel CrosbyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterDrums – Specs PowellGuitar – Hy WhitePiano – Bill RowlandTrumpet – Charlie ShaversWritten-By – Feather
3:00
21Coleman Hawkins And His OrchestraBuh De Daht
Alto Saxophone – Leo Parker, Leonard LowryBaritone Saxophone – Budd JohnsonBass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Max RoachPiano – Clyde HartTenor Saxophone – Don Byas, Ray AbramsTrumpet – Dizzy Gillespie, Ed Vandever, Vic CoulsenWritten-By – Johnson, Hart
3:05

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CD 53117Coleman Hawkins Picasso (1929-1949) ‎(CD, Comp, MP, RP)Giants Of JazzCD 53117Europe1995

Credits


  • Tenor SaxophoneColeman Hawkins

Notes


#20, 21: New York City, November 14, 1929
#18: New York City, April 20, 1931
#16: New York, August 18, 1933
#19: New York, September 29, 1933
#17: New York City, March 6, 1934
#15: New York City, October 11, 1939
#14: New York, December 21, 1939
#12, 13: May 25, 1940
#4: New York, December 4, 1943
#10: New York, December 23, 1943
#7, 8: New York, February 16, 1944
#5: May 17, 1944
#3, New York, October 19, 1944
#6, New York City, December 4, 1946
#2, New York, June, 1947
#9, New York City, December 11, 1947
#1, Probably July / August, 1948
#11, Paris, December 21, 1949

According to the booklet, bass player on tracks 20 & 21 is Pops Foster or Al Morgan, but most other releases have Pops Foster.

Barcodes


  • Barcode (Scanned): 8004883531172
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Info


Coleman Hawkins. Picasso: 1929-1949. What did Coleman Hawkins and Pablo Picasso have in common The obvious answer is that each man mastered his medium and boldly redefined the perceived artistic parameters of the day, thereby leaving a legacy that still amazes and transforms anyone who takes the time to visit and revisit the oeuvre. When in 1948 Hawkins recorded an unaccompanied sax solo and named it after the world-famous Spanish painter, he was honoring the spirit of creativity that exists throughout all of humanity and cannot be suppressed. Picasso - Coleman Hawkins. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1992 CD от Picasso 1929-1949 на Randolph Hawkins November 21, 1904 May 19, 1969, nicknamed Hawk and sometimes Bean, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. One of the first prominent jazz musicians on his instrument, as Joachim E. Berendt explained: there were some tenor players before him, but the instrument was not an acknowledged jazz horn. Hawkins biographer John Chilton described the prevalent styles of tenor saxophone solos prior to Hawkins as mooing and rubbery belches. Hawkins cited as influences Happy. I do not own copyright of the songs. Copyright belongs to artists and company. Vinyl Rip from LP 1960 COLEMAN HAWLINS : tenor sax TOMMY FLANAGAN : Hawkins: 1929-1934 2019 - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Coleman Hawkins: 1929-1934 to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Coleman Hawkins: 1929-1934 2019. 6 Tracks. songs : 1929-1949. Coleman Hawkins Format: Audio CD. New from. Used from. Audio CD. Please retry. Track Listings. Disc: 1. On the Bean. My Ideal. Pick-Up Boys. Indian Summer. 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. Miles Davis once said: When I heard Hawk, read more

Coleman Hawkins - Picasso (1929-1949)
Performer: Coleman Hawkins
Genre: Jazz
Title: Picasso (1929-1949)
Country: Europe
Released: 1992
Style: Swing
MP3 album: 1688 mb
FLAC album: 1839 mb
Source: CD, Compilation
№ Cat: CD 53117
Label: Giants Of Jazz