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Nicknamed Bean or Hawk, this influential Missouri-born tenor saxophonist was crucial to the development of the saxophone as a viable solo instrument. His 1939 recording of ‘Body And Soul’, with an extended solo that improvised on, around and beyond the song’s main melody, was a game-changer that opened the door for musicians such as Charlie Parker. A form of lung disease has silenced Rollins’ tenor saxophone since 2012, but he remains the last great saxophonist of jazz’s golden age. Born Walter Theodore Rollins in New York, his career took off in the 50s and his big, robust sound, combined with his gift for melodic improvisation, gained him the nickname Saxophone Colossus.
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Listen to The Great Lie from Chu Berry's Leon "Chu" Berry And The Calloway Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Leon "Chu" Berry (September 13, 1908 – October 30, 1941) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. View full artist profile.
|A1||–Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies||I Surrender Dear|
|A2||–Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies||Smack!|
|A3||–Coleman Hawkins And His Rhythm||Dedication|
|A4||–Coleman Hawkins And The Chocolate Dandies||I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me|
|A5||–Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars*||Mop-Mop|
|A6||–Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars*||My Ideal|
|A7||–Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars*||Esquire Blues|
|B1||–Chu Berry & His Little Jazz Ensemble||Stardust|
|B2||–Chu Berry & His Little Jazz Ensemble||Sittin' In|
|B3||–Chu Berry & His Little Jazz Ensemble||46 West 52nd Street|
|B4||–Chu Berry And His Jazz Ensemble*||Blowing Up A Breeze|
|B5||–Chu Berry And His Jazz Ensemble*||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|B6||–Chu Berry And His Jazz Ensemble*||Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You|
|B7||–Chu Berry And His Jazz Ensemble*||Monday At Minton's|
- Made By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
- Alto Saxophone, Piano – Benny Carter (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Bass – Al Morgan (tracks: B5 to B7), Artie Shapiro (tracks: B1 to B4), John Kirby (tracks: A1 to A4), Oscar Pettiford (tracks: A5 to A7)
- Clarinet – Edmond Hall (tracks: A5 to A7)
- Drums – Harry Yaeger (tracks: B5 to B7), Big Sid Catlett* (tracks: A1 to A7)
- Guitar – Al Casey (tracks: A5 to A7, B5 to B7), Bernard Addison (tracks: A1 to A4), Danny Barker (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Liner Notes – Vic Bellerby
- Piano – Art Tatum (tracks: A5 to A7), Clyde Hart (tracks: B1 to B7)
- Producer – Milt Gabler
- Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins (tracks: A1 to A7), Chu Berry* (tracks: B1 to B7)
- Trumpet – Cootie Williams (tracks: A5 to A7), "Hot Lips" Page* (tracks: B5 to B7), Roy Eldridge (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B4)
NotesSide A: Coleman Hawkins. Side B: Chu Berry.
Recording dates: A1 to A4 - 25th May 1940; A5 to A7 - 4th December 1943; B1 to B4 - 10th November 1938; B5 to B7 - 28th August 1941.
Comes with an LP-sized insert inside gatefold.
|XM-38-MSD||Hawk* & Chu*||Hawk* & Chu* - The Great Swinging Tenor Saxophones/Hawk & Chu (LP, Comp, Mono)||Mainstream Records||XM-38-MSD||Japan||1968|
|180.006||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry*||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry* - The Big Sound Of Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry (LP, Album)||London Records||180.006||France||1974|
|HMC 5006||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry*||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry* - The Big Sounds Of Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry (LP, Mono)||London Records||HMC 5006||UK||1974|
|SLC 450 (M)||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry*||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry* - The Big Sounds Of Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry (LP)||London Records||SLC 450 (M)||Japan||1973|
|K23P-6614||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry*||Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry* - The Big Sounds Of Coleman Hawkins And Chu Berry (LP, Album, Mono)||Commodore||K23P-6614||Japan||1979|
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Title: Jazz Saxophone
Title: I Ain't Got Nobody / On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Title: Coleman Hawkins On Asch Records
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