Whatll It Be - Coleman Hawkins & Benny Carter - Coleman Hawkins & Benny Carter (CD)

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  1. To compliment Coleman Hawkins' tenor sax and Benny Carter's lead alto, the producers hired French born saxophonists Alix Combelle on tenor, and Andre Ekyan on folgphotamidnewsmaxsoundwarlelimale.coinfor fleshing out the European aspect of the line-up, the Frenchman .
  2. “Body and Soul” was recorded by Coleman Hawkins in , when he was 35 years old, after playing with Fletcher Henderson, Louis Armstrong, Django Reinhardt and Benny Carter. Soon after, it was also recorded by none other than Louis Armstrong (arguably the founder of .
  3. Artist: Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Django Reinhardt, Stéphane Grappelli Genre: Jazz Release Date: 09/ Label: Pearl Catalog Number: PAST CD Song of the Hawk (CD) Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Django Reinhardt, Stéphane Grappelli Currently Unavailable. SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing. Disc 1 Titles.
  4. Included is material from Coleman's earliest days with Mamie Smith and her Jazz Hounds, his time with Henderson including various pseudonym bands and offshoots that shared personnel, the Mound City Blue Blowers, Benny Goodman's orchestra, Lionel Hampton, Benny Carter, Count Basie, co-leader sides with trumpeter Henry Red Allen, Cozy Cole, and a.
  5. Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax performs brilliantly on tracks , and Benny Carter joins him on trumpet for a rousing Sweet Georgia Brown (track 9). Benny Carter is outstanding on both trumpet and alto sax on the compelling Carter tune,Blue Light Blues (track 12), with Bertie King on clarinet adding an exciting contribution.5/5(8).
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  7. Performer: Benny Carter's International Orchestra; Coleman Hawkins Writer: George Gershwin; B. G. DeSylva; Ballard McDonald; Vincent Rose; Ray Klages; Jack Meskill Instrumental Fox Trot;. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer these records. They are mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated .
  8. Encyclopedia of World Biography on Coleman Hawkins The American jazz musician Coleman Hawkins () transformed the tenor saxophone from a comic novelty into jazz's glamour instrument. He was one of the music's all-time preeminent instrumental voices. Coleman Hawkins was born on November 21, , in St. Joseph, Missouri.

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