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The Trouble With Me Is You - Coleman Hawkins Swing Four* / Johnny Bothwell And His Orchestra - The Man I Love / The Trouble With Me Is You (Vinyl)

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  3. Feb 19,  · Coleman Hawkins playing Lover Man with Johnny Guaneri, piano; Milt Hinton, bass; Barry Galbrath, guitar and Cozy Cole, drums. Coleman Hawkins - Lover Man YouTube; Lover Man - .
  4. Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four* / Johnny Bothwell And His Orchestra: I'll Remember April (as Johnston) Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four* / Johnny Bothwell And His Orchestra - The Man I Love / The Trouble With Me Is You ‎ (12") V Disc: US: このバージョンを出品.
  5. Coleman Hawkins Swing Four perform "Crazy Rhythm" in this recording from a session on December 23, Personnel are: Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax), Eddie Heywood (piano), Oscar Pettiford (bass), Shelly Manne (drums).
  6. Hawkins's final studio session is rather sad. Due to an excess of drink and his unwillingness to eat, the great tenor-saxophonist went steadily downhill between and his death four years later. Recorded in late , this quartet set finds Hawk constantly short of breath and unable to play long phrases. He is able to get away with this.
  7. This somewhat rare compilation includes portions of two all-star groups led by Coleman bladeterrorzanntegal.xyzinfo bulk of the performances feature the tenor saxophonist with a group including Harry "Sweets" Edison, Sir Charles Thompson, Jimmy Woode, and Jo Jones. Hawkins shines in the galloping take of "Caravan" and a lush treatment of "Lover Man," though Edison's spotlight feature (on muted trumpet) in a.

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