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The Genius of Coleman Hawkins

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Download links and information about The Genius of Coleman Hawkins by Coleman Hawkins. This album was released in 1957 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:19:42 minutes.

Artist: Coleman Hawkins
Release date: 1957
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:19:42
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I'll Never Be the Same 3:32
2. You're Blasé 3:38
3. I Wished On the Moon (featuring Oscar Peterson) 3:41
4. How Long Has This Been Going On? 3:57
5. Like Someone in Love (Stereo Master Take) 3:59
6. My Melancholy Baby 4:12
7. Ill Wind (Stereo Master Take) 5:37
8. In a Mellow Tone (Stereo Master Take) 4:48
9. There's No You (Stereo Master Take) 3:29
10. The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise 3:52
11. Somebody Loves Me 3:54
12. Blues for Rene (Stereo Master Take) 3:08
13. Begin the Beguine 3:06
14. I Never Had a Chance (Stereo Master Take) 2:08
15. I Never Had a Chance 2:03
16. I Wished on the Moon (featuring Oscar Peterson) 3:41
17. Like Someone in Love (Monaural Take) 3:59
18. Ill Wind (Monaural Take) 5:38
19. In a Mellow Tone (Monaural Take) 4:48
20. There's No You (Monaural Take) 3:28
21. Blues for Rene (Monaural Take) 3:04

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Genius may not be the right word, but "brilliance" certainly fits. At the age of 51 in 1957, Hawkins had already been on records for 35 years and had been one of the leading tenors for nearly that long. This date matches him with the Oscar Peterson Trio (plus drummer Alvin Stoller) for a fine run-through on standards. Hawk plays quite well, although the excitement level does not reach the heights of his sessions with trumpeter Roy Eldridge.