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Q (8/95, p.141) - 3 Stars - Good - "...a tale about jazz in general, and a great artist in particular."Down Beat (6/95, p.42) - 4 Stars - Very Good - "...SUPREME is a very hang-loose date....Hawk was still blowing beautifully...his presence clearly brings the best out of his [quartet]..."63.64537

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Q (2/96, p.104) - 3 Stars - Good - "...a lively small group session from 1962...a mellower, sweeter-toned Hawkins than usual..."44.55176

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Q (2/96, p.104) - 3 Stars - Good - "...a lively small group session from 1962...a mellower, sweeter-toned Hawkins than usual..."44.55176

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Q (4/00, p.111) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...an easy-going, blowing date....'50s jazz doesn't get much better."Record Collector (magazine) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Jackson's vibraharp blends smoothly with Hawkins' tenor sax..."38.18723

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Down Beat (p.77) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Drummer Kansas Fields gooses the energy on the first program while Jo Jones glides like a greyhound on the later show."32.32368

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Down Beat (May 2002, pp.51-52) - 4 out of 5 stars - "...Here...bop rules to a degree rare in J.A.T.P. tradition. Tight bebop ensembles frame the processions of swashbuckling solos..."JazzTimes (6/02, p.107) - "...Contains the elements that made JATP on eof the most interesting cultural phenomena of the 40s and 50s....capturing suberb soloing by Charlie Parker, Fats Navaro, Hank Jones and Coleman Hawkins..."0.8971243

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"[T]he quick of eye will be able to spot the legendary jazz musicians Benny Carter, Illinois Jacquet and Coleman Hawkins among the band members..." New York Times0.8628295

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Down Beat (9/00, p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...An energetic late-1969 date....A surging 'Bean And The Boys' dedicated to Coleman Hawkins, kicks things off; [they] explore Bird, an iconic jukebox ballad and several catchy Harris originals."0.6471221

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JazzTimes (9/96, p.116) - "...The breadth of experience expressed in Bryant's style is remarkable. It enabled him to fit into contexts appropriate to Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge and Jo Jones with seeming ease, and also to accompany singers of marked individualism like Carmen McRae and Ella Fitzgerald..."0.6471221

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Down Beat (p.66) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] Surman's signature burly baritone saxophone, grizzled and leaping like Coleman Hawkins..."JazzTimes (p.79) - "[The centerpiece] is excellent, fraught with pathos and tension and masterfully executed by Rita Manning."0.6471221

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Down Beat (8/92, p.51) - 5 Stars - Excellent - "..recording from '24 to '28 with Don Redman, Fletcher Henderson, Louis Armstrong and Coleman Hawkins among her sidemen in accompaniments that only had to be serviceable, but are more often than not inspired, Gertrude Mallissa Pridgett moves us still.."0.6471221

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Down Beat (3/02, p.73) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...A throwback to a period a half-century ago when the 2 tenors were just starting out....the 2 basically alternate lead-off solo roles...both are out of the big-sound school rooted in Coleman Hawkins with some Illinois Jacquet wailing tossed in for good measure..."JazzTimes (5/02, p.158) - "...The under-recognized B-3 veteran Gene Ludwig gets a fine showcase here..."0.4314148

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Mojo (Publisher) (5/02, p.116) - "...Essential...More romantic and earthy than Coleman Hawkins, fuller-toned than Lester Young, Webster made his mark in the '30s in the Bennie Moten and Teddy Wilson bands before becoming the sax star of Duke Ellington's 40s band. BIG BEN gathers 94 Webster-featured cuts from 1931-51..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "It provides a fascinating portrait of the great man's twilight years."0.4314148

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Rolling Stone (7/11-25/96, p.90) - "...Carter's tribute to his own heroes also announces the arrival of a new hero..."Spin (7/96, pp.92-93) - 7 - Flawed Yet Worthy - "...Carter's got most of the history of jazz saxophone covered--his Coleman Hawkins is as good as his David Murray--and he wants to show you, bolstered here by jazz royalty from both sides of the fence....He doesn't just exemplify the idea of jazz's meeting its future; he acts it out like a pantomime..."Entertainment Weekly (6/14/96, pp.56-58) - "...Carter shows off versatility, lucidity, and wit on his...album of collaborations with veteran artists ranging from the quiet old lion of swing understatement, Harry `Sweets' Edison, to the insurgent trumpeter Lester Bowie..." - Rating: B+Q (9/96, p.110) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...an exhilarating to-hell-with-it jam on classics...some smouldering mid-tempo blues, and even an angular, staccato Anthony Braxton composition. Carter continues to show that he understands eclecticism isn't just a marketing term."JazzTimes (9/96, p.97) - "...Pairing youth with masters has always been compelling in jazz, and Carter operates with his usual confidence, and in ample deference to these masters....these are all familiar pieces, yet the freshness is keen and rewarding."Vibe (9/96, p.206) - "...Carter's fourth album as a leader, features a slew of radically reinterpreted standards made famous by saxophone greats of yesteryear....[a] powerful, neotraditional manifesto."New York Times (Publisher) (7/9/96, p.C11) - "...he's the saxophonist of the moment, and CONVERSIN' WITH THE ELDERS...shows why: he uses an astonishing tone, hard and gritty, and his improvisations are almost shocking in their audacity..."0.2696342

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