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Body & Soul

Coleman Hawkins

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Much of the material on this two-LP set has been since reissued on CD, but, one way or the other, this music (particularly the first 16 tracks) belongs in every serious jazz collection. In 1939, Hawkins returned to the U.S. after five years in Europe, and it took him very little time to reassert his prior dominance as king of the tenors. This set starts off with the session that resulted in Hawk's classic version of "Body and Soul," teams him with Benny Carter (on trumpet) for some hot swing (including a memorable rendition of "My Blue Heaven"), and then finds Hawkins using younger musicians (including trumpeter Fats Navarro and trombonist J.J. Johnson) on some advanced bop originals highlighted by "Half Step Down Please." The remainder of this set is also good, but less historic, with Hawkins being well-showcased with three larger groups in 1956, culminating in a remake of "Body and Soul."
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1
Meet Doctor Foo (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:02:33

Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Arthur Herbert, Drums - Earl Hardy, Trombone - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - William Oscar Smith, Bass - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Eustis Moore, Alto Saxophone - Joe Guy, Trumpet - Jackie Fields, Alto Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Tommy Lindsay, Trumpet - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by BMG Music

2
Fine Dinner (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:02:34

Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Arthur Herbert, Drums - Earl Hardy, Trombone - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Eustis Moore, Alto Saxophone - Joe Guy, Trumpet - Jackie Fields, Alto Saxophone - Oscar Smith, Bass - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Tommy Lindsay, Trumpet - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

3
She's Funny That Way (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:03:15

Thelma Carpenter, Vocal - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Arthur Herbert, Drums - Neil Moret, Composer - Neil Moret, Lyricist - Earl Hardy, Trombone - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Eustis Moore, Alto Saxophone - Joe Guy, Trumpet - Richard Whiting, Lyricist - Richard Whiting, Composer - Jackie Fields, Alto Saxophone - Oscar Smith, Bass - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Tommy Lindsay, Trumpet - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

4
Body and Soul (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:03:02

Robert Sour, Composer - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Earl Hardy, Trombone - Frank Eyton, Composer - Tommy Lindsay, Trumpet - Eustis Moore, Alto Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - William Oscar Smith, Bass - Edward Heyman, Composer - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Jackie Fields, Alto Saxophone - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Arthur Herbert, Drums - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Joe Guy, Trumpet - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Johnny Green, Composer

(P) Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
When Day Is Done (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet
00:03:16

Walter Johnson, Drums - Danny Polo, Clarinet - Robert Katscher, Composer - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Williams, Bass - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Buddy DeSylva, Composer - Lawrence Lucie, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Benny Carter, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

6
The Sheik of Araby (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet
00:02:58

Walter Johnson, Drums - Danny Polo, Clarinet - Francis Wheeler, Composer - Francis Wheeler, Lyricist - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Johnny Williams, Bass - Ted Snyder, Composer - Ted Snyder, Lyricist - Lawrence Lucie, Guitar - Harry B. Smith, Composer - Harry B. Smith, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Benny Carter, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

7
My Blue Heaven (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet
00:02:48

Walter Johnson, Drums - Danny Polo, Clarinet - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - George Whiting, Composer - George Whiting, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Johnny Williams, Bass - Walter Donaldson, Composer - Walter Donaldson, Lyricist - Lawrence Lucie, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Benny Carter, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

8
Bouncing With Bean (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet
00:03:05

Walter Johnson, Drums - Danny Polo, Clarinet - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Coleman Hawkins, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Johnny Williams, Bass - J.C. Higginbotham, Trombone - Lawrence Lucie, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Gene Rodgers, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Benny Carter, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

9
Say It Isn't So (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:02:53

Mary Osborne, Guitar - Jimmy Jones, Piano - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Allen Eager, Tenor Saxophone - Al McKibbon, Bass - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Shelly Manne, Drums - Irving Berlin, Composer - Irving Berlin, Lyricist - Pete Brown, Alto Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Coleman Hawkins' 52nd Street All-Stars, Performer

Originally Recorded 1946. All rights reserved by BMG Music

10
Spotlite (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:03:07

Mary Osborne, Guitar - Jimmy Jones, Piano - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Allen Eager, Tenor Saxophone - Al McKibbon, Bass - Coleman Hawkins, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Shelly Manne, Drums - Pete Brown, Alto Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Coleman Hawkins' 52nd Street All-Stars, Performer

Originally Recorded 1946. All rights reserved by BMG Music

11
April in Paris (1996 Remastered)
Manny Albam
00:03:07

Barry Galbraith, Guitar - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - E.Y. Harburg, Composer - E.Y. Harburg, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Al Young, Performer - Arnold Fishkin, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Vernon Duke, Composer - Vernon Duke, Lyricist - Manny Albam, Arranger - Manny Albam, Conductor - Osie Johnson, Drums - Ray Beckenstein, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Hank Jones, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Romeo Penque, Performer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1947. All rights reserved by BMG Music

12
How Strange (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:03:03

J.J. Johnson, Trombone - Fats Navarro, Trumpet - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Budd Johnson, Alto Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Chuck Wayne, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Max Roach, Drums - Jack Lesberg, Bass - B.A. Prozorovsky, Composer - B.A. Prozorovsky, Lyricist - Marion DeVeta, Baritone Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Hank Jones, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1947. All rights reserved by BMG Music

13
Half Step Down, Please (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:03:03

J.J. Johnson, Trombone - Fats Navarro, Trumpet - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Budd Johnson, Alto Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Chuck Wayne, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Max Roach, Drums - Tadd Dameron, Composer - Tadd Dameron, Lyricist - Jack Lesberg, Bass - Marion DeVeta, Baritone Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Hank Jones, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1947. All rights reserved by BMG Music

14
Angel Face (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra
00:03:13

J.J. Johnson, Trombone - Henry William Jones, Jr., Composer - Henry William Jones, Jr., Lyricist - Fats Navarro, Trumpet - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Budd Johnson, Alto Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Chuck Wayne, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Performer - Max Roach, Drums - Jack Lesberg, Bass - Marion DeVeta, Baritone Saxophone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Hank Jones, Piano - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1947. All rights reserved by BMG Music

15
There Will Never Be Another You (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins
00:02:58

Billy Byers and His Orchestra, Performer - Harry Warren, Composer - Billy Byers, Arranger - Hank Jones, Piano - Osie Johnson, Drums - Jimmy Nottingham, Trumpet - Leo Kruczek, Violin - Barry Galbraith, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Marty Wilson, Vibraphone - Tosha Samaroff, Violin - Gene Orloff, Violin - Mack Gordon, Lyricist - Fred Ohms, Trombone - Urbie Green, Trombone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Sid Jekowsky, Flute - Izzy Zir, Viola - Tom Mitchell, Trombone - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Paul Gershman, Violin - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Alan Schulman, Acoustic Cello - Milt Hinton, Bass - Julius Baker, Flute - Jack Satterfield, Trombone - Philip Bodner, Oboe - Harry Lookofsky, Violin

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

16
The Bean Stalks Again (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins
00:03:26

Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Billy Byers and His Orchestra, Performer - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Zoot Sims, Performer - Hank Jones, Piano - Osie Johnson, Drums - Barry Galbraith, Guitar - Coleman Hawkins, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - Lou Oles, Trumpet - Marty Wilson, Vibraphone - Fred Ohms, Trombone - Urbie Green, Trombone - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Sol Schlinger, Performer - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Al Cohn, Performer - Hal McKusick, Performer - Milt Hinton, Bass - Jack Satterfield, Trombone - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Sam Marowitz, Performer - Ernie Royal, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

17
Body And Soul (1995 Remastered)
Hank Jones
00:04:53

Jack Lesberg, Bass - Billy Byers and His Orchestra, Performer - Bert Fisch, Viola - Arnold Eidus, Violin - Cy Miroff, Violin - Bernie Greenhouse, Acoustic Cello - Dave Newman, Violin - Dave Sarser, Violin - Hank Jones, Piano - Osie Johnson, Drums - Max Hollander, Violin - Orrin Keepnews, Re-Issue Producer - Robert Sour, Composer - Robert Sour, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Stan Kraft, Violin - Marty Wilson, Vibraphone - Max Cahn, Violin - Frank Eyton, Lyricist - Frank Eyton, Composer - Phil Kraus, Percussion - Tosha Samaroff, Violin - James Nichols, Re-Mastering Engineer - Gene Orloff, Violin - George Ricci, Acoustic Cello - Jimmy Buffington, French Horn - Edward Heyman, Lyricist - Edward Heyman, Composer - Sid Jekowsky, Clarinet - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer - Alvin Rudnitsky, Violin - Paul Brizzi, Re-Mastering Engineer - Edgardo Sodero, Acoustic Cello - Paul Gershman, Violin - Julius Baker, Flute - Philip Bodner, Oboe - Johnny Green, Composer - Johnny Green, Lyricist

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

18
I Love Paris (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins
00:03:31

Arnold Fishkin(d), Bass - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Roy McCurdy, Drums - Cole Porter, Composer - Cole Porter, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Al Young, Performer - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Manny Albam, Arranger - Ray Beckenstein, Performer - Manny Albam & His Orchestra, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Romeo Penque, Performer - Paul Bley, Piano - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

19
Under Paris Skies (1996 Remastered)
Coleman Hawkins
00:02:47

Arnold Fishkin(d), Bass - Bernardo Cosachov, Re-Mastering Engineer - Roy McCurdy, Drums - Cole Porter, Composer - Cole Porter, Lyricist - Coleman Hawkins, Tenor Saxophone - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Al Young, Performer - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Manny Albam, Arranger - Ray Beckenstein, Performer - Manny Albam & His Orchestra, Performer - John Snyder, Re-Issue Producer - Ed Begley, Re-Mastering Engineer - Romeo Penque, Performer - Paul Bley, Piano - Marian M. Conaty, Engineer

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

Album Description

Much of the material on this two-LP set has been since reissued on CD, but, one way or the other, this music (particularly the first 16 tracks) belongs in every serious jazz collection. In 1939, Hawkins returned to the U.S. after five years in Europe, and it took him very little time to reassert his prior dominance as king of the tenors. This set starts off with the session that resulted in Hawk's classic version of "Body and Soul," teams him with Benny Carter (on trumpet) for some hot swing (including a memorable rendition of "My Blue Heaven"), and then finds Hawkins using younger musicians (including trumpeter Fats Navarro and trombonist J.J. Johnson) on some advanced bop originals highlighted by "Half Step Down Please." The remainder of this set is also good, but less historic, with Hawkins being well-showcased with three larger groups in 1956, culminating in a remake of "Body and Soul."
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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