THE COLEMAN HAWKINS COLLECTION 1927-56
An influential exponent of the tenor saxophone in jazz, Coleman Hawkins is widely regarded as the first artist to establish the instrument as an essential component of the genre's sound. From his early recordings with Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra in 1927 through to bebop sessions with strings in the mid-'50s, this 48-track collection is a journey through his storied career. Two CDs.
Format: Compact Disc
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 356701X
This item is a CD.