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Lafayette - Coleman Hawkins / Ben Webster / Benny Carter - Three Great Swing Saxophones (CD)

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7 Comments to Lafayette - Coleman Hawkins / Ben Webster / Benny Carter - Three Great Swing Saxophones (CD)

  1. Zull says:
    AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow This CD is a best-of collection that includes performances showcasing the tenors of Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster and altoist Benny Carter, mostly from the swing era.6/
  2. Akim says:
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  3. Fenrigar says:
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  4. Tygosar says:
    Feb 08,  · 1. Coleman Hawkins 2. Lester Young 3. Ben Webster 4. Sonny Rollins 5. John Coltrane 6. Johnny Griffin 7. Dexter Gordon 8. Stan Getz 9. Sonny Stitt Zoot Sims Wayne Shorter David Murray Charles Lloyd Rahsaan Roland Kirk Baritone sax: 1. Harry Carney 2. Gerry Mulligan 3. Pepper Adams 4. Ronnie Cuber.
  5. Dazragore says:
    OCLC Number: Notes: All selections previously released. Compact disc. Analog recording. Program notes inserted in container. Performer(s): Coleman Hawkins (1st-8th works) ; Ben Webster (9thth works) ; Benny Carter (16thnd works) ; with various ensembles.
  6. Fenrim says:
    Oct 09,  · Benny Carter By the early thirties, Benny Carter was, with Johnny Hodges, one of the two main alto sax players around. He was also a noted arranger and composer: his "When Lights Are Low" is a classic tune (it was recorded by for example Miles Davis). Like Hawkins, he spent time in Europe in the mid '30s. Carter was active to , and left us.
  7. Malalrajas says:
    The Hawkins and Webster recording is a jazz classic, the coming together of two giants of the tenor saxophone, who had first met back in Kansas City. In the late s, he formed a quintet with Gerry Mulligan and played frequently at a Los Angeles club called Renaissance.

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