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The Centennial Collection

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Coleman Hawkins

Label: Bluebird
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

1 Body and Soul 2 Wherever There's a Will, Baby 3 If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight 4 Hello Lola 5 Hocus Pocus 6 One Sweet Letter From You 7 Dinah 8 Bouncing With Bean 9 Say It Isn't So 10 Half Step Down, Please 11 Angel Face 12 I Love You 13 The Bean Stalks Again 14 There'll Never Be Another You 15 His Very Own Blues 16 April in Paris 17 I Love Paris 18 Love Me or Leave Me 19 Just Friends 20 Body and Soul 21 Indian Summer 22 Avalon 23 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid 24 Wild Man Blues Hawkins ... 25 Lover Man [#]

Personnel

Coleman Hawkins
Coleman Hawkins

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel / Information

Bernard Addison: Guitar; Manny Albam: Arranger; Henry "Red" Allen: Trumpet; Buster Bailey: Clarinet; Everett Barksdale: Guitar; Raymond Beckenstein: Flute; Artie Bernstein: Bass; Chu Berry: Saxophone; Jack Bland: Guitar; Paul Bley: Piano; James H. Brown: Alto Sax; Max Cahn: Violin; Benny Carter: Clarinet, Trumpet, Saxophone, Alto Sax; Charlie Christian: Guitar; Al Cohn: Tenor Sax; Cozy Cole: Drums; Eddie Condon: Banjo; Leonard Davis: Trumpet; Stanley DeParis: Trumpet; Marion Deveta: Baritone Sax; Allen Eager: Tenor Sax; Vic Engle: Drums; Al Epstein: Saxophone; Jackie Fields: Saxophone; Arnold Fishkin: Bass; Pops Foster: Bass; Barry Galbraith: Guitar; Paul Gershman: Violin; Dizzy Gillespie: Trumpet; Bernie Glow: Trumpet; Freddie Green: Guitar; Urbie Green: Trombone; Henry Grimes: Bass; Joe Guy: Trumpet; Edmond Hall: Clarinet; Lionel Hampton: Vocals, Vibraphone; Earl Hardy: Trombone; Clyde Hart: Piano; Coleman Hawkins: Saxophone, Tenor Sax; Fletcher Henderson: Piano, Arranger; Arthur Herbert: Drums; J.C. Higginbotham: Trombone; Milt Hinton: Bass; Hilton Jefferson: Clarinet, Alto Sax; Budd Johnson: Alto Sax; J.J. Johnson: Trombone; Keg Johnson: Trombone; Osie Johnson: Drums; Walter Johnson Jr.: Drums; Claude Jones: Trombone; Hank Jones: Piano, Celeste; Jimmy Jones: Piano; John Kirby: Bass; Leo Kruczek: Violin; Gene Krupa: Drums; Lester Lee: Saxophone; Jack Lesberg: Bass; Tommy Lindsay: Trumpet; Lawrence Lucie: Guitar; Shelly Manne: Drums; Sam Marowitz: Alto Sax; Kaiser Marshall: Drums; Theodore McCord: Clarinet; Roy McCurdy: Drums; Red McKenzie: Comb; Hal McKusick: Sax (Alto); Glenn McGaha Miller: Trombone; Eustis Moore: Saxophone; Marty Napoleon: Piano; Fats Navarro: Trumpet; Fred Ohms: Trombone; Lou Oles: Trumpet; Mary Osborne: Guitar; Romeo Penque: Flute; Danny Polo: Clarinet; Russell Procope: Clarinet, Alto Sax; Janet Putnam: Harp; Don Redman: Clarinet, Alto Sax, Baritone Sax, Vocals; George Ricci: Cello; Max Roach: Drums; Gene Rodgers: Piano; Sonny Rollins: Tenor Sax; Ernie Royal: Trumpet; Alvin Rudintsky: Violin; Pee Wee Russell: Clarinet; Tosha Samaroff: Violin; Jack Satterfield: Trombone; Sol Schlinger: Baritone Sax; Lucien Schmit: Cello; Charlie Shavers: Trumpet; Zoot Sims: Tenor Sax; Zutty Singleton: Drums; Joe "Fox" Smith: Trumpet; Russell Smith: Trumpet; William McLeish Smith: Bass; Joe Sullivan: Piano; Billy Taylor: Tuba; Joe Thomas: Trumpet; Nick Travis: Trumpet; Lloyd Trotman: Bass; Fats Waller: Piano; Chuck Wayne: Guitar; Ben Webster: Saxophone; Chauncey Welsch: Trombone; Marty Wilson: Vibraphone.


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