CD Verve Jazz Masters 34 (CD 974870),
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Verve Jazz Masters 34
1. Body and Soul
2. Big Head, The
3. Time on My Hands
5. Bean and the Boys - (previously unreleased)
6. Cocktails for Two
8. Just One of Those Things
9. I Only Have Eyes for You
11. Night and Day
12. 'S Wonderful
13. Ill Wind
14. World Is Waiting for the Sunrise, The
15. I Wished on the Moon
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 521856
Personnel: Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone); Roy Edridge (trumpet); John Lewis, Hank Jones, Al Haig, Tommy Flanagan, Teddy Wilson, Oscar Peterson (piano); John Collins, Herb Ellis (guitar); Ray Brown, Nelson Boyd, Percy Heath, Major Holley, George Duvivier, John Kirby, Billy Taylor, Israel Crosby (bass); Buddy Rich, Shadow Wilson, Connie Kay, Eddie Locke, Alvin Stoller, Mickey Sheen, Sid Catlett, Cozy Cole (drums).
Producers: Norman Granz, Harry Lim.
Compilation producer: Michael Lang.
Recorded between 1944 and 1962. Includes liner notes by John Chilton.
Digitally remastered by Suha Gur (Polygram Studios).
This is part of the Verve Records Jazz Masters series.
Personnel: Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone); John Collins, Herb Ellis (guitar); Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone); Roy Eldridge (trumpet); John Lewis, Hank Jones , Al Haig, Oscar Peterson, Teddy Wilson, Tommy Flanagan (piano); Connie Kay, Cozy Cole, Eddie Locke, Mickey Sheen, Alvin Stoller, Shadow Wilson, Big Sid Catlett, Buddy Rich (drums).
Liner Note Author: John Chilton.
Recording information: Capitol Studios, LA, CA (01/31/1944-08/15/1962); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (01/31/1944-08/15/1962); Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL (01/31/1944-08/15/1962); New York, NY (01/31/1944-08/15/1962); Village Gate, New York, NY (01/31/1944-08/15/1962).
Editor: Peter Pullman.
Photographer: Herman Leonard.
Unknown Contributor Role: Coleman Hawkins.
The music on JAZZ MASTERS 34 covers the years 1944 to 1962 (Coleman Hawkins' mid- to late- period). He's accompanied by many jazz legends in their own right, the various recording dates boasting a long list of who's who in jazz. But this storied personnel list is just the beginning.
It's hard to beat Oscar Peterson's delicate piano work on "Cocktails for Two" recorded from a session that Peterson maintains was the highlight of his life. Sid Catlett's fine brushwork on "Just One of Those Things" is another treat. Hawkins' smoky sound comfortably floats over the lush changes to "Body and Soul" (his trademark tune) and an unaccompanied version of his own composition, "Picasso" rounds out this release with great variety. Perhaps the most exciting song on this disc, however, is Hawkins' composition, "Bean and the Boys" which features wonderful bop soloing from pianist Tommy Flanagan and the Bean (Hawkins) himself.
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