The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight-3 on Coleman Hawkins

Sep 5, 2021

The Feeling of Jazz, Program No. 435 airing September 5, 2021 featured a third spotlight on American jazz tenor saxophonist Coleman Randolph Hawkins (November 21, 1904 – May 19, 1969), nicknamed "Hawk" and sometimes "Bean", in music presented by co-host Kent Lindquist. Meanwhile, co-host Al Corns featured other main stream jazz artists like Art Pepper, Jo Jones, Lucky Thompson and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.  

8 p.m. Hour - Music by Title, Artist (Album), Composer, Time length  

1. Blue Lights, Coleman Hawkins, The Hawk Flies High (Riverside), Gigi Gryce, 5:43 min.2. Diane-A-Flow, Art Pepper, The Artistry of Pepper (Pacific jazz 1992), Art Pepper, 4:01 min.3. Red Beans, Coleman Hawkins, Coleman Hawkins with The Red Garland Trio (Prestige), Red Garland, 4:14 min.4. Embraceable You, Jo Jones, The Essential Jo Jones (Vanguard 1977), George & Ira Gershwin, 6:40 min.5. My Melancholy Baby, Coleman Hawkins, The Genius of Coleman Hawkins (Verve 1957), Burnett-Norton, 4:07 min.6. The Moment of Truth, Lucky Thompson, I Offer You (Groove Merchant 1973), T. Satterwhite-F. Scott, 6:21 min.7. It's the Talk of the Town, Coleman Hawkins, Hollywood Stampede (Capitol), Levinson-Symes, 3:04 min.8. Luck Be a Lady, Manhattan Jazz All Stars, Swinging Guys and Dolls (Columbia 1959), Frank Loesser, 4:36 min.9. Sancticity, Coleman Hawkins, The Hawk Flies High (Riverside), Coleman Hawkins, 9:10 min. 

 

9 p.m. Hour - Music by Title, Artist (Album), Composer, Time length  1. Pitfall, Marty Paich Quartet, Marty Paich Quartet (Archives of Jazz 1956), B. Pittman, 3:26 min.2. Blue Lou, Coleman Hawkins, (Orig. LP: Timeless Jazz) (Jazztone 1954), Edgar Sampson, 5:08 min.3. Freddie the Freeloader, Miles Davis Quintet, Kind of Blue (Columbia 1959), Miles Davis, 9:30 min.4. Tangerine, Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster - The Complete Recordings 1952-1959 (Orig. LP: Hawkins Encounters Webster), Johnny Mercer-Victor Schertzinger, 5:24 min.5. Blues For The Judge, Milt Hinton, Here Swings the judge (Famous Door 1975), Milt Hinton, 6:47 min.6. In a Mellow Tone, Coleman Hawkins with Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, (Orig. LP: Night Hawk) (Prestige), Duke Ellington, 6:47 min.7. Sometimes I'm Happy, Milt Jackson, Jazz Skyline (Medallion 1956), Irving Caeser-Vincent Youmans, 7:13 min.8. Sweetnin', Coleman Hawkins, Soul (Prestige), Kenny Burrell, 6:49 min.