All about Coleman Hawkins - Recordings 1946

Jazz at the Philharmonic
Esquire All-American Award Winners
Metronome All Stars
 
Say It Isn'T So Coleman Hawkins' Fifty-Second Street All-Stars
Say It Isn'T So Charlie Shavers (tp) Pete Brown (as) Coleman Hawkins, Allen Eager (ts) Jimmy Jones (p)
Mary Osborne (g) Al McKibbon (b) Sheldon "Shelly" Manne (d)
New York, February 27, 1946
Spotlight Coleman Hawkins' Fifty-Second Street All-Stars
Spotlight Charlie Shavers (tp) Pete Brown (as) Coleman Hawkins, Allen Eager (ts) Jimmy Jones (p)
Mary Osborne (g) Al McKibbon (b) Sheldon "Shelly" Manne (d)
New York, February 27, 1946
Low Flame Coleman Hawkins' Fifty-Second Street All-Stars
Low Flame Charlie Shavers (tp) Pete Brown (as) Coleman Hawkins, Allen Eager (ts) Jimmy Jones (p)
Mary Osborne (g) Al McKibbon (b) Sheldon "Shelly" Manne (d)
New York, February 27, 1946
Allen's Alley Coleman Hawkins' Fifty-Second Street All-Stars
Allen's Alley Pete Brown (as) Allen Eager (ts) Jimmy Jones (p)
Mary Osborne (g) Al McKibbon (b) Sheldon "Shelly" Manne (d)
New York, February 27, 1946
I Mean You Coleman Hawkins And Orchestra
I Mean You Fats Navarro (tp); J.J. Johnson (tb); Porter Kilbert (as); Coleman Hawkins (ts) Hank Jones (p);
Curley Russell (b); Max Roach (d)
New York December, 1946
Bean And The Boys Coleman Hawkins And Orchestra
Bean And The Boys Fats Navarro (tp); J.J. Johnson (tb); Porter Kilbert (as); Coleman Hawkins (ts) Hank Jones (p); Milt Jackson (vib)
Curley Russell (b); Max Roach (d)
New York December, 1946
You Go To My Head Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra
You Go To My Head Coleman Hawkins (ts) Hank Jones (p); Milt Jackson (vib)
Curley Russell (b); Max Roach (d)
New York, December 1946
Cocktails For Two Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra
Cocktails For Two Coleman Hawkins (ts) Hank Jones (p); Milt Jackson (vib)
Curley Russell (b); Max Roach (d)
New York, December 1946
I Can't Get Started Jazz at the Philharmonic
I Can't Get Started Buck Clayton (tp); Coleman Hawkins, Illinois Jacquet, Lester Young (ts);
Kenny Kersey (p); Al McKibbon (b); J.C. Heard (d)
Carnegie Hall, New York, May 27, 1946
Indiana Winter Esquire All-American Award Winners
Indiana Winter Wilbur "Buck" Clayton , Charlie Shavers (tp), Jay Jay Johnson (tb), Harry Carney (bars) Coleman Hawkins (ts),
Teddy Wilson (p), Teddy Wilson (p) John Collins (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Rosière "Shadow" Wilson (d) Written By – Dubin / Herbert
New York December 4, 1946
Indian Summer Esquire All-American Award Winners
Indian Summer Wilbur "Buck" Clayton , Charlie Shavers (tp), Jay Jay Johnson (tb), Harry Carney (bars) Coleman Hawkins (ts),
Teddy Wilson (p), Teddy Wilson (p) John Collins (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Rosière "Shadow" Wilson (d)
New York December 4, 1946
Blow Me Down Esquire All-American Award Winners
Blow Me Down Wilbur "Buck" Clayton , Charlie Shavers (tp), Jay Jay Johnson (tb), Harry Carney (bars) Coleman Hawkins (ts),
Teddy Wilson (p), Teddy Wilson (p) John Collins (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Rosière "Shadow" Wilson (d)
New York December 4, 1946
Buckin' The Blues Esquire All-American Award Winners
Buckin' The Blues Wilbur "Buck" Clayton , Charlie Shavers (tp), Jay Jay Johnson (tb), Harry Carney (bars) Coleman Hawkins (ts),
Teddy Wilson (p), Teddy Wilson (p) John Collins (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Rosière "Shadow" Wilson (d)
New York December 4, 1946
Dixieland Stomp Esquire All-American Award Winners
Dixieland Stomp Wilbur "Buck" Clayton , Charlie Shavers (tp), Jay Jay Johnson (tb), Harry Carney (bars) Coleman Hawkins (ts),
Teddy Wilson (p), Teddy Wilson (p) John Collins (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Rosière "Shadow" Wilson (d)
New York December 4, 1946
Nat Meets June Metronome All Stars
Nat Meets June Charlie Shaves (tp); Lawrence Brown (tb); Johnny Hodges (as); Harry Carney (bs); Coleman Hawkins (ts)
Nat King Cole (p); Bob Ahern (g); Eddie Safranski (b); Buddy Rich (d);
Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, June Christy (voc)
New York, December 17, 1946
Sweet Lorraine Metronome All Stars
Sweet Lorraine Charlie Shaves (tp); Lawrence Brown (tb); Johnny Hodges (as); Harry Carney (bs); Coleman Hawkins (ts)
Nat King Cole (p); Bob Ahern (g); Eddie Safranski (b); Buddy Rich (d);
Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, June Christy (voc)
New York, December 17, 1946

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