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Coleman Hawkins And His Confreres

Coleman Hawkins

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"... when it’s over you’ll know you’ve been in the aural company of some of the best mainstream jazz players ever."
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Maria
Coleman Hawkins
6:31
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Sunday
Coleman Hawkins
5:20
3
Hanid
Coleman Hawkins
4:53
4
Honey Flower
Coleman Hawkins
8:42
5
Nabob
Coleman Hawkins
9:32
Total Playing Time    34:58
This unique 1958 recording is a collaboration between Coleman Hawkins and the Oscar Peterson Trio. Hawkins's voluminous, supple tenor sax sound, which had a great influence on the styles of musicians ranging from Dexter Gordon and Sonny Rollins up to Joe Lovano, is best heard on Honey Flower. The album features Ben Webster on tenor sax, Oscar Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass, Roy Eldridge on trumpet, Hank Jones on piano, George Duvivier on double bass and drummers Alvin Stoller and Mickey Sheen.
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