Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login




Amnesia?
Loading...

Coleman Hawkins - Discography [57 Albums & 4 Box Sets] (1926-2004)

5-09-2016, 21:20
Jazz | Discography


Artist:
Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1926-2004
Genre: Jazz, Swing, Big Band, Mainstream Jazz
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 57 Albums & 4 Box Sets
Total Size: 10,56 Gb
WebSite:

Coleman Hawkins was the first important tenor saxophonist and he remains one of the greatest of all time. A consistently modern improviser whose knowledge of chords and harmonies was encyclopedic, Hawkins had a 40-year prime (1925-1965) during which he could hold his own with any competitor.

Coleman Hawkins started piano lessons when he was five, switched to cello at age seven, and two years later began on tenor. At a time when the saxophone was considered a novelty instrument, used in vaudeville and as a poor substitute for the trombone in marching bands, Hawkins sought to develop his own sound. A professional when he was 12, Hawkins was playing in a Kansas City theater pit band in 1921, when Mamie Smith hired him to play with her Jazz Hounds. Hawkins was with the blues singer until June 1923, making many records in a background role and he was occasionally heard on instrumentals. After leaving Smith, he freelanced around New York, played briefly with Wilbur Sweatman, and in August 1923 made his first recordings with Fletcher Henderson. When Henderson formed a permanent orchestra in January 1924, Hawkins was his star tenor.

Although (due largely to lack of competition) Coleman Hawkins was the top tenor in jazz in 1924, his staccato runs and use of slap-tonguing sound quite dated today. However, after Louis Armstrong joined Henderson later in the year, Hawkins learned from the cornetist's relaxed legato style and advanced quickly. By 1925, Hawkins was truly a major soloist, and the following year his solo on "Stampede" became influential. Hawk (who doubled in early years on clarinet and bass sax) would be with Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra up to 1934, and during this time he was the obvious pacesetter among tenors; Bud Freeman was about the only tenor who did not sound like a close relative of the hard-toned Hawkins. In addition to his solos with Henderson, Hawkins backed some blues singers, recorded with McKinney's Cotton Pickers, and, with Red McKenzie in 1929, he cut his first classic ballad statement on "One Hour."


ALBUMS
1926 - 1944 - Coleman Hawkins - The Quintessence (2CD) - 01:58:06[320]
BOX SET:1929 - 1939 - Coleman Hawkins - The Essential Sides (4CD) - 05:16:10[320]
1935 - 1946 - Coleman Hawkins & Benny Carter - 00:46:37[320]
1937 - Coleman Hawkins - Accompanied by The Ramblers Dance Orchestra - 00:27:21[320]
1937 - Coleman Hawkins With The Ramblers - The Hawk In Holland - 00:39:50[320]
BOX SET:1939 - 1949 - Coleman Hawkins - The Bebop Years (4CD) - 05:08:55[320]
1944 - Coleman Hawkins - Cattin' - 00:56:15[320]
1944 - Coleman Hawkins - Passin' It Around - 00:36:09[320]
1949 - Coleman Hawkins & Kenny Clarke - Swiss Radio Days Jazz Series ( Vol. 13) - 01:09:13[320]
1950 - Coleman Hawkins & Red Allen - Standards & Warhorses - 00:58:54[320]
1954 - Coleman Hawkins - And His All Stars - 00:33:45[320]
1954 - Coleman Hawkins - The Hawk Returns - 00:36:47[320]
1955 - Coleman Hawkins - Cool Groove - 00:40:50[320]
1956 - Coleman Hawkins & Manny Albam - The Hawk In Paris - 00:38:37[320]
1956 - Coleman Hawkins - Body and Soul - 00:59:42[320]
1956 - Coleman Hawkins - The Hawk In Hi-Fi - 01:09:10[320]
1957 - 1958 - Coleman Hawkins - Coleman Hawkins And Confreres - 00:46:08[320]
1957-1959 - Ben Webster & Coleman Hawkins - Tenor Giants - 01:18:01[320]
1957 - Coleman Hawkins - The Genius Of Coleman Hawkins - 00:46:58[320]
1957 - Coleman Hawkins - The Hawk Flies High - 00:39:24[320]
1958 - Coleman Hawkins - Soul - 00:41:48[320]
1958 - Tiny Grimes with Coleman Hawkins - Blues Groove - 00:44:59[320]
1959 - Coleman Hawkins - Hawk Eyes - 00:45:24[320]
1959 - Coleman Hawkins With The Red Garland Trio - Swingville - 00:36:25[320]
1959 - Milt Jackson & Coleman Hawkins - Bean Bags - 00:35:53[320]
1960 - Coleman Hawkins & Friends - Been Stalkin - 00:46:34[320]
1960 - Coleman Hawkins - At Ease With Coleman Hawkins - 00:41:57[320]
1960 - Coleman Hawkins — Coleman Hawkins All Stars feat. Joe Thomas & Vic Dickenson - 00:42:34[320]
1960 - Coleman Hawkins — Night Hawk - 00:40:52[320]
1961 - Coleman Hawkins - The Hawk Relaxes - 00:37:19[320]
1962 - Coleman Hawkins - Desafinado - 00:35:48[320]
1962 - Coleman Hawkins - Hawkins! Elridge! Hodges! Alive! - 01:13:09[320]
1962 - Coleman Hawkins - Hawkins Alive! At the Village Gate - 00:52:57[320]
1962 - Coleman Hawkins - On Broadway - 01:16:49[320]
1962 - Coleman Hawkins Quartet - Today and Now - 00:40:34[320]
1962 - Kenny Burrell with Coleman Hawkins — Bluesy Burrell - 00:39:34[320]
1963 - Coleman Hawkins & Tommy Flanagan Quartet - At The London House - 01:02:47[320]
1965 - Coleman Hawkins - Wrapped Tight - 00:43:33[320]
1966 - Coleman Hawkins - Sirius - 00:41:49[320]
1966 - Coleman Hawkins - Supreme (live) - 01:05:05[320]
1969 - Eddie Lockjaw Davis-Buddy Tate-Coleman Hawkins-Arnett Cobb - Very Saxy! (LP) - 00:38:37[320]
BOX SET:1987 - Coleman Hawkins - The Essential Keynote Collection 6{ The Complete Coleman Hawkins,4CD} - 03:49:37[320]
1988 - Coleman Hawkins - In A Mellow Tone - 00:51:05[320]
1989 - Coleman Hawkins - Hollywood Stampede - 00:48:41[320]
1991 - Coleman Hawkins - Bean Stalking (1931-1948, 2CD) - 01:44:06[320]
1991 - Coleman Hawkins - The Chronogical Classics (1934-1937) - 01:05:01[320]
1992 - Coleman Hawkins & Don Byas - Supersession (2CD) - 01:52:41[320]
1992 - Coleman Hawkins - The Chronological Classics (1939-1940) - 01:04:23[320]
BOX SET:1992 - Coleman Hawkins - The Complete Recordings (1929-1941,6 CD) - 07:09:44[320]
1992 - Coleman Hawkins - The Indispensable Body & Soul (2CD) - 01:41:32[320]
1994 - Coleman Hawkins - Verve Jazz Masters - 01:02:59[320]
1995 - Coleman Hawkins & Johnny Hodges - In Paris - 01:11:18[320]
1995 Coleman Hawkins - The Chronological Classics (1943-1944) - 01:10:43[320]
1995 - Coleman Hawkins - The Chronological Classics 1944 - 01:10:51[320]
1996 Coleman Hawkins - Blues Wail - 01:13:54[320]
1996 - Coleman Hawkins - The Chronological Classics (1944-1945) - 01:09:12[320]
1997 - Coleman Hawkins - Planet Jazz - 00:53:18[320]
1997 - Coleman Hawkins - The Chronogical Classics 1945 - 01:04:57[320]
1999 - Coleman Hawkins - The Chronological Classics 1946-1947 - 01:08:04[320]
2002 - Pee Wee Russell & Coleman Hawkins - Jazz Reunion - 00:45:38[320]
2004 - Coleman Hawkins - Jazz Ballads, Set-6 (2 CD) - 02:02:32[320]




Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 0
0 voted


Information


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.