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Hawk & Chu - The Great Swinging Tenor Saxophones download free

Hawk & Chu - The Great Swinging Tenor Saxophones download free

Genre: Jazz
Performer: Hawk
Album: The Great Swinging Tenor Saxophones
Country: Japan
Released: 1968
Style: Swing
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Tracklist

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

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Credits

  • 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)

Notes

Side 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.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
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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