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- Coleman Hawkins Bikes and Blues Festival September 10-11, 2010
- Coleman Hawkins. Bikes and Blues Festival. September 10-11, 2010.
- Honeysuckle Rose Coleman Hawkins Solo
- œ œn œbœ# œœ œ. G». C7.
- Vol.2 Coleman Hawkins –SWING !
- Cover Photo: Gilbert Petit.Studio 8X10(Montrouge). Liner notes: Jean Tronchot ( french).
- Sonny Rollins Letter to Coleman Hawkins
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- THE muSIC, July 2, 2011
- Jul 2, 2011 Part 3. 8:42 “Soul Blues” written by Coleman Hawkins performed by Coleman Hawkins from Coleman Hawkins Soul.
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- Barry Harris – review
- Barry Harris, the jazz musician who worked alongside pioneers from Coleman Hawkins to Miles Davis and roomed with Thelonious Monk, has been playing the piano for 77 years.
- Detroit Jazz Festival 2011: A tapestry of the world's take on jazz
- This is my hardest choice of the weekend: on the one hand you have Lovano, a terrific sax player, with a tone out of the tradition of Coleman Hawkins or Ben Webster.
- New releases showcase the common language of jazz
- Throughout, Krivda's tenor saxophone tone draws upon everyone from Ben Webster, Lester Young and Coleman Hawkins to titans such as Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt and keystones Dexter Gordon and Sonny Rollins.
- Hear A Preview Of "Body And Soul" By Tony Bennett And Amy Winehouse
- Winehouse and Bennett shared the mic on a new rendition of jazz standard “Body And Soul”, famously performed by the likes of Coleman Hawkins, Charles Mingus, and John Coltrane.
- Preview Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett Singing "Body and Soul"
- It was used as a theme song for the 1947 film Body and Soul. A Coleman Hawkins recording of "Body and Soul" was added to the National Recording Registry for preservation in 2004. Check out Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett below.
Suggested Web Resources
- Coleman Hawkins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Coleman Randolph Hawkins (November 21, 1904 – May 19, 1969) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist.
- Coleman Hawkins
- Coleman Hawkins biography. A history of Jazz before 1930.
- Coleman Hawkins, Father Of The Tenor Sax
- Coleman Hawkins essay by Len Weinstock. A history of Jazz before 1930.
- Coleman Hawkins - Body & Soul - YouTube
- by anvasquez on May 5, 2007.
- Coleman Hawkins - PBS
- Coleman Hawkins was taught piano from the age of five by his mother, a schoolteacher who played organ.
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