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    Say It Isnt So - Coleman Hawkins - Greatest Hits (CD)

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    1. Yozshular

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      Greatest Hits contains a good cross-section of Coleman Hawkins' best-known RCA numbers, including "Body and Soul," "April in Paris," "My Blue Heaven," "I've Got the World On A String," and "Sweet Lorraine." Although it doesn't offer anything of interest to jazz purists or completists, Greatest Hits is a nice sampler for newcomers and casual fans.6/
    2. Mur

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      Coleman Randolph Hawkins (November 21, – May 19, ), 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". Hawkins biographer John Chilton described the .
    3. Sharan

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      Coleman Hawkins - His Greatest Hits () A5 Say It Isn't So () A6 Indian Summer () A7 Angel Face () Side Two: B1 Bouncing With Bean () B2 The Sheik Of Araby () comparing in that case to the CD version and listening with headphones. Not all records are cut the same and you will have some different channel.
    4. Maumuro

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      (with Coleman / Hawkins) The Sheik of Araby (with Coleman / Hawkins) My Blue Heaven (with Coleman / Hawkins) Bouncing with Bean (with Coleman / Hawkins) One O'Clock Jump (with Coleman / Hawkins) Disc 2: 1: Bugle Call Rag (with Coleman / Hawkins) 2: Say It Isn't So (with Coleman / Hawkins) 3: Spotlite (with Coleman / Hawkins) 4.
    5. Guzragore

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    6. Nasida

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      This release, part of a budget series of discs RCA issued for their jazz and classical artists called 'Greatest Hits,' is a bit of a poor title. Hawkins didn't have many hits, so to issue a record called 'Greatest Hits' (even though it is a part of a series, to be fair), is a bit misleading/5(2).
    7. Dit

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      Aug 24,  · One of my favourite Coleman Hawkins recordings is the superb Kenny Burrell album Bluesy Burrell. It features Tommy Flanagan, who plays one of the greatest solos I have ever heard on the opening track, Tres Palabras. Highly recommended.
    8. Zulukree

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      For anyone who is counting, this was the 17th volume in the vinyl reissue of the original RCA Black and White series of vintage jazz recordings, and would make a good choice if a listener was looking for one album to summarize this era in the career of Coleman snowstaffbarmaktilar.xyzinfong to 17 should be easy but not a thing is simple about this great tenor saxophonist's discography, particularly all the 8/
    9. JoJom

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      Greatest Hits. RCA: GI. Buy download online. Coleman Hawkins & his Orchestra, Gene Rodgers (piano), Eustis Moore (alto saxophone), Jackie Fields (alto saxophone), William Oscar Smith (bass), Arthur Herbert (drums), Earl Hardy (trombone), Joe Guy (trumpet), Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone), Tommy Lindsay (trumpet), Lionel Hampton & his.

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