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Playlist of The Best of Coleman Hawkins

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  • The Best of Coleman Hawkins - Part 1 | Jazz Music

    1:21:03

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    THE BEST OF COLEMAN HAWKINS
    PART 1 (1929 -1933)

    MOUND CITY BLUE BLOWERS: Red McKenzie (comb), Glenn Miller (tb), Pee Wee Russell (cl), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Eddie Condon (bj), Jack Bland (g), Pops Foster (b), Gene Krupa (dm) - November 14, 1929.
    1 Hello, Lola (McKenzie -Means) 00:00
    2 One Hour (Creamer - Johnson) 03:22

    THE LITTLE CHOCOLATE DANDIES: Rex Stewart (cn), Leonard Davis (tp), J.
    C. Higginbotham (tb), Don Redman, Benny Carter (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Fats Waller (p, bj), Cyrus St. Clair (tu), George Stafford (dm) - September 18, 1929.
    3 That's How I Feel Today (Redman) - voc: Carter 06:56
    4 Six Or Seven Times (Waller- Mills) - voc: Redman, Carter 09:56

    THE CHOCOLATE DANDIES: Bobby Stark (tp), Jimmy Harrison (tb), Benny Carter (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Horace Henderson (p), Benny Jackson (g), John Kirby (b) - December 3, 1930.
    5 Goodbye Blues (Carter) - voc: Carter 13:19
    Kirby plays tu - December 31, 1930.
    6 Cloudy Skies (Hawkins) 16:45
    7 Got Another Sweetie Now (Harrison) - voc: Harrison 19:44
    8 Bugle Call Rag (Pettis - Mills - Schoebel) 22:50
    9 Dee Blues (Carter) 25:44

    McKENZIE'S MOUND CITY BLUE BLOWERS: Red McKenzie (comb), Muggsy Spanier (cn), Jimmy Dorsey (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Jack Russin (p), Eddie Condon (bj), Jack Bland (g), Al Morgan (b), Josh Billings (dm) - June 30, 1931.
    10 Georgia On My Mind (Carmichael - Gorrell) - voc: McKenzie 28:43
    11 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (Gaskill - McHugh) - voc: McKenzie 32:07
    12 The Darktown Strutters' Ball (Brooks) - voc: McKenzie 35:17
    13 You Rascal, You (Theard) - voc: McKenzie 38:50

    HENRY ALLEN-COLEMAN HAWKINS AND THEIR ORCHESTRA: Henry “Red” Allen (tp), Dicky Wells (tb), Russell Procope (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Don Kirkpatrick (p), Bernard Addison (g), Bob Ysaguirre or John Kirby (tu, b), ? Walter Johnson (dm) - March 27, 1933.
    14 Someday, Sweetheart (Spikes) 41:53
    15 I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate (Piron) 44:51
    Henry “Red” Allen (tp), Dicky Wells (tb), Hilton Jefferson (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Horace Henderson (p), Bernard Addison (g), John Kirby (tu, b), ? Walter Johnson (dm). July 21, 1933.
    16 The River's Takin' Care Of Me (Adams - Greer) - voc: Allen 47:36
    17 Ain't Cha Got Music? (Johnson - Razaf) - voc: Allen 50:17
    18 Stringin' Along On A Shoe String (Adamson - Lane) - voc: Allen 53:05
    19 Shadows On The Swanee (Burke - Spina - Young) 55:51

    COLEMAN HAWKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Henry “Red” Allen (tp), J. C.
    Higginbotham (tb), Hilton Jefferson (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Horace Henderson (p), Bernard Addison (g), John Kirby (tu, b), Walter Johnson (dm) - September 29, 1933.
    20 The Day You Came Along (Coslow - Johnston) 58:34
    21 Jamaica Shout (Henderson - Hawkins) 1:02:15
    22 Heartbreak Blues (Hawkins) 1:05:17

    HENRY ALLEN-COLEMAN HAWKINS AND THEIR ORCHESTRA: Henry “Red” Allen (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Edward Inge (cl, as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Horace Henderson (p), Bernard Addison (bj, g), Bob Ysaguirre (b), Manzie Johnson (d) - November 9, 1933.
    23 Hush My Mouth (Siger - Cleary - Hoffman) - voc: Allen 01:08:47
    24 You're Gonna Lose Your Gal (Monaco - Young) - voc: Allen 01:11:49
    25 Dark Clouds (Boretz - Samuels) - voc: Allen 01:14:52
    26 My Galveston Gal (Harris - Adlam) - voc: Allen 01:17:55

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  • Coleman Hawkins - At Ease With Coleman Hawkins

    41:15

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    Vinyl Rip from LP (1960)

    COLEMAN HAWLINS : tenor sax
    TOMMY FLANAGAN : piano
    WENDELL MARSHALL : bass
    OSIE JOHNSON : drums

    01.For You For Me For Evermore [0:00]
    02.While We're Young [6:05]
    03.Then I'll Be Tired Of You [9:36]
    04.Mighty Lak A Rose [14:37]
    05.At Dawning [18:37]
    06.Trouble Is A Man [23:15]
    07.Poor Butterfly [28:39]
    08.I'll Get By [34:40]

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  • Coleman Hawkins - Soul 1960

    41:08

    Vinyl rip (H/Q)

    01.SOUL BLUES [00:00]
    02.I HADN'T ANYONE TILL YOU [09:48]
    03.GROOVIN' [14:21]
    04.GREENSLEEVES [20:00]
    05.SUNDAY MORNIN' [23:12]
    06.UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG [29:40]
    07.SWEETNIN' [34:22]

    COLEMAN HAWKINS : tenor sax
    KENNY BURRELL : guitar
    RAY BRYAND : piano
    WENDELL MARSHALL : bass
    OSIE JOHNSON : drums

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  • Jazz Icons: Coleman Hawkins Live in 62 & 64

    2:17:21

    Jazz Icons: Coleman Hawkins presents two incredible concerts from 1962 and 1964 featuring 140 minutes of music. Both concerts feature stellar European and American side-musicians including Harry 'Sweets' Edison on trumpet and drummer Papa Jo Jones both jazz legends in their own right. The 1962 show is a newly-discovered one-hour concert from the Adolphe Sax Festival in Belgium, which has never been seen. Coleman Hawkins, 'The Father of Jazz Saxophone' demonstrates in these two concerts why he is still considered one of the most important innovators in the history of jazz.

    Belgium, 1962

    1. Disorder At The Border
    2. Autumn Leaves
    3. Lover Come Back To Me
    4. Moonlight In Vermont
    5. All The Things You Are
    6. Ow!

    Coleman Hawkins - Tenor sax
    Georges Arvanitas - Piano
    Jimmy Woode - Bass
    Kansas Fields - Drums

    England, 1964

    7. Disorder at the Border
    8. Lover Man, Stella By Starlight, The Girl from Ipanema
    9. What Is This Thing Called Love
    10. Stoned
    11. September Song, What's New, Willow Weep For Me
    12. Centerpiece
    13. Caravan

    Coleman Hawkins - Tenor sax
    Harry Sweets Edison - Trumpet
    Sir Charles Thompson - Piano
    Jimmy Woode - Bass
    Papa Jo Jones - Drums

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  • COLEMAN HAWKINS

    41:41

    Tracklisting

    For You For Me For Evermore [0:00]
    While We're Young [6:05]
    Then I'll Be Tired Of You [9:36]
    Mighty Lak A Rose [14:37]
    At Dawning [18:37]
    Trouble Is A Man [23:15]
    Poor Butterfly [28:39]
    I'll Get By [34:40]

    Personnel

    Coleman Hawkins – tenor saxophone
    Tommy Flanagan – piano
    Wendell Marshall – bass
    Osie Johnson – drums

    Released 1960
    Recorded January 29, 1960
    Studio Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
    Label Moodsville MV 7
    Producer Esmond Edwards

  • Coleman Hawkins All Stars

    42:03

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    Vinyl Rip From The Original LP (1958)

    1.You Blew Out The Flame In My Heart [0:00]
    2.More Bounce To The Vonce [5:54]
    3.I'm Beginning To See The Light [14:51]
    4.Cool Blue [21:44]
    5.Some Stretching [29:52]

    COLEMAN HAWKINS : tenor sax
    JOE THOMAS : trumpet
    VIC DICKERSON : trombone
    TOMMY FLANAGAN : piano
    WENDELL MARSHALL : bass
    OSIE JOHNSON : drums

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  • Coleman Hawkins - Cool Groove - Full Album

    40:51

    ..........................Track Listing............................
    01 - I'll Never Be the Same ......................00:00
    02 - The Breeze and I.............................. 07:18
    03 - When Your Lover Has Gone ............12:09
    04 - I'll String Along With You .................17:12
    05 - The Blue Room ................................20:36
    06 - What's New?.................................... 23:56
    07 - Running Wild................................... 29:49
    08 - My Own Blues................................. 34:42

  • Coleman Hawkins - Night Hawk

    47:13

    I do not own copyright of the songs. Copyright belongs to artists and company.
    Vinyl Rip from original LP (1960)
    COLEMAN HAWKINS : tenor sax
    EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS : tenor sax
    TOMMY FLANAGAN : piano
    RON CARTER : bass
    GUS JOHNSON : drums

    1.Night Hawk [0:00]
    2.In A Mellotone [10:24]
    3.Pedalin' [17:07]
    4.There Is No Greater Love [23:39]
    5.Don' Take Your Love From Me [31:51]
    6. Lover [40:26]

  • Coleman Hawkins - Night Hawk 1961 FULL ALBUM

    40:57

    01. Night Hawk (00:00)
    02. There Is No Greater Love (10:32)
    03. In a Mellow Tone (18:51)
    04. Don´t Take Your Love From Me (25:40)
    05. Pedalin´ (34:29)

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    Coleman Hawkins fue un saxofonista (tenor) y clarinetista estadounidense de jazz. Fundamentalmente conocido como saxofonista, Hawkins es un intérprete clásico del jazz cuyo estilo se mantuvo siempre dentro de los límites del swing y del bop.
    En Manhattan lideró bandas que incluyeron futuras estrellas como Thelonious Monk, Oscar Pettiford, Miles Davis, Max Roach y Dizzy Gillespie. Más tarde grabaría con J. J. Johnson y Fats Navarro. Su manera de expresar las melodías tiene un sello característico que realmente llega a trasmitir mucho placer al oírlo, no se lo pierdan!

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    Coleman Hawkins was an American jazz saxophonist (tenor) and clarinetist. Primarily known as a saxophonist, Hawkins is a classic jazz performer whose style has always been kept within the limits of swing and bop.
    In Manhattan, he led bands that included future stars such as Thelonious Monk, Oscar Pettiford, Miles Davis, Max Roach and Dizzy Gillespie. Later he would record with J. J. Johnson and Fats Navarro. His way of expressing the melodies has a characteristic stamp that really gets to convey a lot of pleasure when listening to it, don't miss it!

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  • Coleman Hawkins-Body and Soul

    3:06

    October 11 1939
    Coleman Hawkins-ts, Gene Rodgers-p,
    Tommy Lindsay and Joe Guy -trp,
    Earl Hardy-trb, Jackie Fields, Eustis More-alt
    William Oscar Smith-b, Arthur Herbert-d

  • Coleman Hawkins - One Hour 1929

    3:26

  • Coleman Hawkins - Soul blues

    9:52

    From Soul....

  • Coleman Hawkins - Soul Blues

    9:53

    Coleman Hawkins: tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell: guitar
    Ray Bryant: piano
    Wendell Marshall: bass
    Osie Johnson: drums

  • Coleman Hawkins Swing Four - The Man I Love

    5:06

    Coleman Hawkins Swing Four
    Coleman Hawkins (ts) Eddie Heywood, Jr (p)
    Oscar Pettiford (b); Shelly Manne (d)
    New York City, December 23, 1943

  • Coleman Hawkins - On The Bean

    2:46

    Coleman Hawkins Quartet
    Coleman Hawkins (ts) Thelonious Monk (p) Edward Bass Robinson (b) Denzil Best (dm)
    New York City, October 19, 1944 - Joe Davis 8251

  • Earl Hines, Coleman Hawkins - Live in New York 1965 At the Village Vanguard

    28:58

    01. Crazy Rhythm
    02. Rosetta
    03. Just One More Chance
    04. Rifftide
    05. Indian Summer

    Coleman Hawkins - sax tenor
    Earl Hines - piano
    Oliver Jackson - bass
    George Tucker - drums

  • Coleman Hawkins Jazz 625

    44:50

    Jazz 625 1964 Recorded from a vintage laser disc : )
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    Coleman Hawkins : Tenor Sax
    Jo Jones: Drums
    Bass: Jimmy Woods
    Sir Charles Thompson: Piano
    Harry SweetsEdison Trumpet

  • Coleman Hawkins - Under A Blanket Of Blue

    3:11

    Coleman Hawkins Quintet
    Buck Clayton (tp) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Teddy Wilson (p)
    Slam Stewart (b) Denzil Best (dm)
    New York, October 17, 1944

  • Coleman Hawkins & His All-Star Jam Band: Crazy Rhythm with Benny Carter, Reinhardt & Grappelli.

    3:05

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  • Fine And Mellow Billie Holiday With Coleman Hawkins Lester Young Ben Webster Gerry Mulligan Vic Dickenson Roy Eldridge

    8:28

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  • Coleman Hawkins - Love Song

    4:14

  • Night Hawk by Coleman Hawkins

    10:31

  • Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins 1950

    4:50

    Charlie Parker (alto), Coleman Hawkins (tenor), Hank Jones (piano), Ray Brown (bass), Buddy Rich (drums)

  • Coleman Hawkins - One Hour

    3:35

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  • Coleman Hawkins & Roy Eldridge - After Hours - LIVE!

    25:46

    Roy Eldridge - Trumpet, Vocal....
    Coleman Hawkins - Tenor Sax....
    Johnny Guarnieri - Piano....
    Barry Galbraith - Guitar....
    Milt Hinton - Bass....
    Cozy Cole - Drums....
    Carol Stevens - Vocal....
    .......................................................................
    This is a 1959 pilot for a New York TV series that never found a sponsor, back in the days when TV shows required one to air. The clip features....

  • 9:20 Special Count Basie and Coleman Hawkins

    3:10

    9:20 Special (1941) Count Basie and Coleman Hawkins

  • Coleman Hawkins in Holland 1935

    2:09

    Accompanied by pianist Leo de la Fuente, Coleman Hawkins announces and plays I Wish That I Were Twins. Filmed at Pulchri Studio, Lange Voorhout, The Hague, Netherlands, this is from my own 16 mm copy which I had made from a 35 mm original which I discovered in an abandoned film archive in The Hague.

  • Lester Young and Coleman Hawkins play YEAH, MAN! - 1933-38

    5:10

    This is the kind of material we'll be delving in to during the second week of the Lester Young series I'm doing at Swing University.
    Lester Young didn't record until he was 28 years old, and it's always been a mystery as to how he sounded on the way to perfection that we know from his first recordings.
    While we'll never know the answer, it's possible to create sound pictures that at least let us imagine.
    Here's just one of the ways we'll dig into the topic this evening.
    Links to the class (as well as the others offered, including a Benny Carter series I'm doing on Fridays) is in the comments.
    Classes are available for watching for 7 days afterward.
    My fellow instructors include Evan Christopher, Mark Gross, Allen Lowe, Erika Von Kleist, Oliver Lake (!!), Seton Hawkins, Nduduzo Makhathini, and Linda Sikhakhane

  • COLEMAN HAWKINS

    41:11

    I'll Never Be the Same 00:00
    The Breeze and I 07:18
    When Your Lover Has Gone 12:09
    I'll String Along With You 17:12
    The Blue Room 20:36
    What's New? 23:56
    Running Wild 29:49
    My Own Blues 34:42

    Personnel

    Coleman Hawkins: Tenor Sax
    Osie Johnson: Drums
    Joe Knight: Organ, Piano
    Wendell Marshall: Bass
    Ernie Royal: Trumpet
    Eddie Bert Trombone

    Release Date May 10, 1955
    Recording DateMay 10, 1955

  • Lester Young & Coleman Hawkins - LIVE 1958

    8:50

    Jumpin' with the Synphony Sid

  • Coleman Hawkins - O Pato - New York, September 17, 1962

    4:15

    Coleman Hawkins Quartet
    Coleman Hawkins (ts) Tommy Flanagan (p) Barry Galbraith, Howard Collins (g)
    Major Holley (b) Willie Rodriguez (perc) Eddie Locke (d) Manny Albam (arr)
    New York, September 17, 1962

  • Coleman Hawkins - Hawk´s Variations

    2:01

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  • I wish I were Twins - Coleman Hawkins 1935.

    2:04

    I wish I were Twins Hawkins Coleman 1935.

    Can you imagine. The great Coleman Hawkins on film in 1935? He was just 30 years old!
    This clip came first from a program called Jazz in the Netherlands, and for one reason or another it was shortened.
    I'm very happy that in a later show of jazz in the Netherlands, this piece was broadcasted in full. The Dutch Polygoon company filmed events for news casts usually shown in the movie theatres before the headliners. We now see the 1935 performance of Coleman Hawkins announcing and playing two full chorusses of I wish I were Twins. This was a tune recorded and made popular by Fats Waller in 1934 and Coleman gave it his best with Leo de la Fuente on piano. I think this is a most unique piece of early jazz history on film

  • Coleman Hawkins - Lost In A Fog

    3:09

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  • Coleman Hawkins - Oh! Lady Be Good - Washington D.C. January, 1959

    4:02

    Coleman Hawkins & Roy Eldridge
    Roy Eldridge (tp) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Don Wilson (p)
    Bob Decker (b) Buddy Dean (d)
    Recorded live at the Bayou Club, Washington D.C. January, 1959

  • 5. Coleman Hawkins- Sunday Mornin

    6:34

    Coleman Hawkins- tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell- guitar
    Ray Bryant- piano
    Wendell Marshall- bass
    Osie Johnson- drums

  • Coleman Hawkins and His All Star Jam Band - Honeysuckle Rose

    2:46

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  • The Sweetest Sounds by Coleman Hawkins

    4:26

  • Coleman Hawkins - How Long Has This Been Going On?

    4:01

    Coleman Hawkins Quintet
    Coleman Hawkins (ts) Oscar Peterson (p)
    Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Alvin Stoller (d)
    Los Angeles, CA., October 16, 1957

  • Coleman Hawkins - Embraceable You

    3:06

    Charlie Shavers' All American Five
    Charlie Shavers (tp) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Teddy Wilson (p)
    Billy Taylor (b) Denzil Best (d)
    New York, October 18, 1944

  • Recollections - Coleman Hawkins - 1944

    2:56

    Recollections
    Coleman Hawkins Quartet
    Davis Album DA-10 The King of the Tenor Sax Coleman Hawkins (3x Shellac 10 Album)

    Recollections (02/06)
    Instrumental
    Coleman Hawkins (Tenor Saxophone)
    Thelonious Monk (Piano)
    Denzil Decosta Best (Drums)
    Edward Basie Robinson (Bass)
    Writer: Walter Thomas

    Catalog Number: DA-10-2
    Matrix Number: 8251-B
    Place and Take Date: New York, 1944-10-19
    The recording on the other side of this disc: On The Bean

  • Coleman Hawkins Quartet - Go Lil Lisa

    6:33

    Coleman Hawkins Quartet - Today and Now (1962)

  • Laura - Coleman Hawkins

    4:36

    Laura - Coleman Hawkins - The Hawk Flies High (1957)

  • COLEMAN HAWKINS

    41:41

    Tracklisting
    (All compositions by Coleman Hawkins except as indicated)

    00:00 Soul Blues
    09:48 I Hadn't Anyone Till You (Ray Noble)
    14:21 Groovin' (Kenny Burrell)
    20:00 Greensleeves (Traditional)
    23:12 Sunday Mornin' (Burrell)
    29:40 Until the Real Thing Comes Along (Cahn, Freeman, Holiner, Nichols)
    34:22 Sweetnin'

    Personnel

    Coleman Hawkins - tenor saxophone
    Ray Bryant - piano
    Kenny Burrell - guitar
    Wendell Marshall - bass
    Osie Johnson - drums

    Released March 1959
    Recorded November 7, 1958, Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack
    Label Prestige PRLP 7149
    Producer Esmond Edwards

  • Coleman Hawkins - Bean Stalking - New York, January 11, 1945

    2:22

    Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra
    Howard McGhee (tp) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Sir Charles Thompson (p)
    Eddie Robinson (b) Denzil Best (d)
    New York, January 11, 1945

  • Coleman Hawkins - Sancticity

    9:13

    Track #6 from Hawk's album The Hawk Flies High (1957).

    Personnel:
    Coleman Hawkins - tenor sax
    Idrees Sulieman - trumpet
    JJ Johnson - trombone
    Hank Jones - piano
    Barry Galbraith - guitar
    Oscar Pettiford - bass
    Jo Jones - drums

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  • Coleman Hawkins - JAMAICA SHOUT

    3:03

    Jamaica Shout
    Composed by Horace Henderson
    Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra
    Recorded September Sept. 29, 1933, New York
    for British Parlophone R1685 Mx W265144-2

    Personnel:
    Henry Red Allen - trumpet
    J. C. Higgenbothem - trombone
    Hilton Jefferson - alto sax and clarinet
    Coleman Hawkins - tenor sax
    Horace Henderson - piano, arranger
    Bernard Addison - guitar
    John Kirby - string bass
    Walter Johnson or SidCatlett - drums

    Colman Hawkins was born on November 21, 1904 in St. Joseph Missouri. Hawkins later insisted that he was born at sea while his parents were returning from a European vacation. He was introduced to music early. His mother was an organist and began his piano training by the time he was five. He then studied cello for several years and at the age of nine received a tenor saxophone for his birthday. By the time he was 12, he was picking up money playing school dances---and good money, too, by his own account. I never played for five dollars a night in my life. he said later. He often played with a pianist who was limited to one key, F sharp. It meant that Hawkins had to move to that key. That was good for me though, he recalled. It gave me an early start on transposition. He went to Washburn College in Topeka Kansas where he studied music theory, harmony, counterpoint and composition. In 1921 he was working in the orchestra of the Twelfth Street Theater in Kansas City and toured with vaudeville-style blues singer Mamie Smith in 1922. Between 1923 and 1934 he played with the Fletcher Henderson Band and during this time he would forge the style that influences the sound of the jazz saxophone from then on.

    Jamaica Shout was the first recording session of Hawkins under his own name with his own orchestra. This session was organized by John Hammond for the English label Parlophone, part of the same corporate family as English Columbia.

  • Coleman Hawkins with the Red Garland Trio - Blues for Ron

    6:15

    Personnel:
    Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone)
    Red Garland (piano)
    Doug Watkins (bass)
    Charles Specs Wright (drums).

  • Coleman Hawkins - Disorder At The Border.avi

    9:25

    Coleman Hawkins (San José, 21 de noviembre de 1904 - Nueva York, 19 de mayo de 1969) fue un saxofonista (tenor) y clarinetista estadounidense de jazz. Fundamentalmente conocido como saxofonista, Hawkins es un intérprete clásico del jazz cuyo estilo se mantuvo siempre dentro de los límites del swing y del bop.

    En una época en que el saxo era considerado un instrumento nuevo, usado hasta el momento en el vodevil y como un pobre sustituto del trombón en los desfiles de orquestas, Hawkins ayudó a que desarrollase su propio sonido como instrumento con una clara asociación con la música jazz.

    Biografía

    Coleman Hawkins comenzó a recibir lecciones de piano a los cinco años, cambiándose al violoncelo a los siete y dos años más tarde al saxo tenor. Profesional ya a los doce años, Hawkins tocaba en una orquesta teatral de la ciudad de Kansas en 1921 cuando Mamie Smith lo contrató para tocar con su Jazz Hounds. Hawkins estuvo con la cantante de blues hasta junio de 1923, haciendo muchas grabaciones en un papel secundario. Tras separarse de ella, trabajó de forma independiente por la zona de Nueva York, tocó un tiempo con Wilbur Sweatman, y en agosto de 1923 hizo su primera grabación con Fletcher Henderson. Cuando Henderson formó una orquesta permanente en enero de 1924, Hawkins fue su saxo tenor principal.

    Saxo tenor estrella en 1924, manejó también en sus primeros años el clarinete y el saxo bajo. Estuvo con Henderson hasta 1934, etapa en la que acompañó también a varios cantantes de blues, a los Cotton Pickers de McKinney y a Red McKenzie en 1929.

    En Manhattan lideró bandas que incluyeron futuras estrellas como Thelonious Monk, Oscar Pettiford, Miles Davis, Max Roach y Dizzy Gillespie. Más tarde grabaría con J. J. Johnson y Fats Navarro. En 1948 Hawkins grabó Picasso, una grabación clave para el saxo sin acompañamiento.

    Hawkins tuvo una influencia directa y clara sobre los músicos de bebop, y artistas como Sonny Rollins reconocieron dicha influencia. Asimismo, aparece en la grabación clásica Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane (1957) y en la grabación We Insist! - Freedom Now (1960) de Max Roach.

  • Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter - What a difference a day made

    3:06

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    Coleman 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. 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.
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