Meets new arrival outlet sale Coleman Hawkins outlet sale

Meets new arrival outlet sale Coleman Hawkins outlet sale

Meets new arrival outlet sale Coleman Hawkins outlet sale

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Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins were both involved in unusual collaborations in the early 1960s, often with much younger musicians: Ellington with Max Roach and Charles Mingus (Money Jungle) and with John Coltrane, Hawkins with Roach and Sonny Rollins. As surprising as any of those inter-generational sessions, however, is this 1962 meeting between Ellington and Hawkins, if only because it hadn''t happened before. With a band of Duke''s greatest veterans alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges, baritone saxophonist Harry Carney, trombonist Lawrence Brown, and Ray Nance on trumpet and violin it''s classic small-group Ellingtonia with one essential difference. "Limbo Jazz" and "The Ricitic," pulled together for the occasion, are playful tunes with touches of lounge Latin. The latter becomes a delightful dialog focused on Nance''s violin and Hawkins and Ellington''s inspired accompaniment.

Track Listings

1 Limbo Jazz - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
2 Mood Indigo - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
3 Ray Charles'' Place - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
4 Wanderlust - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
5 You Dirty Dog - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
6 Self Portrait (Of the Bean) - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
7 The Jeep Is Jumpin'' - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
8 The Ricitic - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
9 Solitude - Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins
10 The Star-Crossed Lovers - Coleman Hawkins
11 Just Squeeze Me - Coleman Hawkins
12 Perdido - Coleman Hawkins
13 Satin Doll - Coleman Hawkins
14 Take the ''A'' Train - Coleman Hawkins

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