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Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess - The Tenor Sax: Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess mp3 album

Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess - The Tenor Sax: Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess mp3 album Performer: Coleman Hawkins
Album: The Tenor Sax: Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess
Country: US
Released: 1973
Style: Bop
Size MP3: 1577 mb.
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While Hawkins represents the beginnings and one of the summits of jazz tenor saxophone, Frank Wess slips in the back door as one of the finest of the many second-generation players coming out of both Bean and Lester Young's lineage. Taking off from his groundbreaking work with Fletcher Henderson in the '20s and his pinnacle "Body and Soul" solo from 1939, Hawkins spent a good deal of the '40s rubbing shoulders with bebop youngsters and forward-looking swing players on a variety of small-combo recordings; he is heard here on a few such dates from 1940 and 1943.

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Artist: Coleman Hawkins he is heard here on a few such dates from 1940 and 1943. Teaming up with stellar big-band contemporaries like trumpeter Roy Eldridge, alto saxophonist Benny Carter, and drummer Sid Catlett, among others, Hawkins is in fine form on a mix of ballads and swingers for the 1940. While Hawkins represents the beginnings and one of the summits of jazz tenor saxophone, Frank Wess slips in the back door as one of the finest of the many second-generation players coming out of both Bean and Lester Young's lineage.

Frank Wess (born January 4, 1922 in Kansas City) is an American jazz musician who has played saxophone (both alto and tenor) and flute. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network.

While Hawkins represents the beginnings and one of the summits of jazz tenor saxophone, Frank Wess slips in the back door as one of the finest of the many second-generation players coming out of both Bean and Lester Young's lineage. 5. Basie Ain't Here 6. Some Other Spring. 7. Boff Boff 8. My Ideal 9. Esquire Bounce 10. Esquire Blues. 11. All My Life 12. Wess Point 13. Pretty Eyes. Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess - Giants Of The Tenor Sax: Coleman Hawkins/Frank Wess (1988).

Discography: Frank Wess. In A Minor Groove (2018). Mystic Moments (2018).

coleman hawkins, frank wess giants of the tenor sax. Commodore - US - Original - CCL 7003 - 1988. Price : 1. 9 €. Format : LP. Cover condition : VG++ (Very Good ++) Media condition : VG (Very Good).

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Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies
A1 Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies I Surrender Dear
Alto Saxophone, Piano – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris
4:39
A2 Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies Smack!
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Leonard Feather
2:39
A3 Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies Dedication
Bass – John KirbyDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsWritten-By – Leonard Feather
2:57
A4 Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Clarence Gaskill, Jimmy McHugh
4:10
A5 Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies I Surrender Dear #2
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris
3:50
A6 Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies Smack! #2
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – John KirbyDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Bernard AddisonProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Leonard Feather
2:36
Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars
B1 Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars* Boff Boff (Mop Mop)
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Cootie Williams
3:08
B2 Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars* My Ideal
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard Whiting
3:07
B3 Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars* Esquire Bounce
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Leonard Feather
3:12
B4 Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars* Esquire Blues
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Leonard Feather
3:16
B5 Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars* My Ideal #2
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard Whiting
3:07
B6 Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars* Esquire Bounce #2
Bass – Oscar PettifordClarinet – Edmond HallDrums – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Art TatumProducer – Milt GablerTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsWritten-By – Leonard Feather
3:10
The Frank Wess Quintet
C1 The Frank Wess Quintet Basie Ain't Here #2
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Frank WessTrombone – Henry Coker
2:45
C2 The Frank Wess Quintet Some Other Spring
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Frank WessTrombone – Henry CokerWritten-By – Arthur Herzog*, Irene Wilson
4:25
C3 The Frank Wess Quintet Wess Point
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Frank WessTrombone – Henry Coker
2:10
C4 The Frank Wess Quintet Mishawaka
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Flute – Frank WessTrombone – Henry CokerWritten-By – Floyd Olsen
4:49
C5 The Frank Wess Quintet Frankosis
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums, Written-By – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Frank WessTrombone – Benny Powell
5:57
C6 The Frank Wess Quintet Basie Ain't Here
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Frank WessTrombone – Benny Powell
1:54
The Frank Wess Sextet
D1 The Frank Wess Sextet All My Life
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Frank WessTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Joe WilderWritten-By – Sam H. Stept, Sidney Mitchell
3:13
D2 The Frank Wess Sextet Danny's Delight
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Frank WessTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Joe Wilder
3:08
D3 The Frank Wess Sextet Frankly The Blues
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Frank WessTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Joe Wilder
2:45
D4 The Frank Wess Sextet Wess Of The Moon
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums, Written-By – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone, Flute – Frank WessTrombone – Henry CokerTrumpet – Joe Wilder
5:26
D5 The Frank Wess Sextet Pretty Eyes
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Frank WessTrombone – Henry CokerTrumpet – Joe WilderWritten-By – Milt Reddie*, Jimmy Lunceford*, Ona Welsh*
3:07
D6 The Frank Wess Sextet Romance
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonFlute – Frank WessPiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Danny Gabler, Leonard FeatherTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Joe WilderWritten-By – Edgar Leslie, Walter Donaldson
3:11

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
  • Pressed By – Presswell
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Printed By – Queens Litho – Jazz 3

Credits

  • Compiled By – Milt Gabler
  • Design [Album] – Loring Eutemey
  • Liner Notes – Leonard Feather, Milt Gabler
  • Mastered By – GP*
  • Photography By [Coleman Hawkins Photo Inside Gatefold] – Bill Gottlieb*
  • Photography By [Frank Wess Photo Inside Gatefold] – Raymond Ross
  • Photography By [Leonard Feather Collection Leonard Feather's All-Stars Photo Inside Gatefold] – Leonard Feather
  • Photography By [The Chocolate Dandies Photo Inside Gatefold] – Jimmy Sunshine

Notes

Gatefold

Came with Atlantic sleeves. Printed by Queens Litho. Catalog # Jazz 3

Front jacket: SD2-306
Spine, inside jacket and labels: SD 2-306

(Composite of alternate versions, previously unissued): A5, C1

(Alternate version, previously unissued): A6, B5, B6

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): A-14229 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): A-14230 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Label): A-14231 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Label): A-14232 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): A 14229 A AT GP PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): A 14230 A AT GP PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): A 14231 A PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): A 14232 A AT GP PR
  • Rights Society (A1 to C1, C3, C5 to D1, D4, D6): ASCAP
  • Rights Society (C2, C4, D2, D3, D5): BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD2-306 Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess - The Tenor Sax: Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess ‎(2xLP, Comp, RP) Atlantic SD2-306 US Unknown
SD2-306, SD 2-306 Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess - The Tenor Sax: Coleman Hawkins & Frank Wess ‎(2xLP, Comp, MO) Atlantic, Atlantic SD2-306, SD 2-306 US 1973