Coleman Hawkins

And Clark Terry - Back in Bean`s Bag (EJC 55595)

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And Clark Terry - Back in Bean`s Bag

Coleman Hawkins

Essential Jazz Classics

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EJC 137994

EJC 55595

JAZZ

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And Clark Terry - Back in Bean`s Bag

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CD 6,60 €

24 BIT DIGITALLY REMASTERED   -   INCLUDES 6 BONUS TRACKS

This release contains the album Back in Bean’s Bag (Columbia CS8791) in its entirety. It marks the first recorded collaboration between Coleman Hawkins and Clark Terry, who are accompanied here by the Tommy Flanagan Trio. As a bonus, two additional songs that complete the session as well as some small group tunes recorded separately by Terry and Hawkins during a concert in homage to Eddie Costa. The latter show took place at the Village Vanguard shortly before the recording of our studio LP.

PERSONNEL:


COLEMAN HAWKINS
(tenor sax)
CLARK TERRY (trumpet)
TOMMY FLANAGAN (piano)
MAJOR HOLLEY (bass)
DAVE BAILEY (drums)

New York, December 10, 1962.

[9-12] Bonus Tracks: from the LP Eddie Costa Memorial Concert (Colpix CP450)
(9-11): Clark Terry (tp, flhrn), Willie Dennis (tb on 11 only), Dick Hyman (p),
Art Davis (b), Osie Johnson (d).
(12): Coleman Hawkins (ts), Sonny Clark (p), Chuck Israels (b), Roy Haynes (d).
All tracks recorded live at the Village Gate, New York, October 9, 1962.

INCLUDES 12-PAGE BOOKLET

TRACKS:

01 A Tune For The Tutor
02 Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me
03 Just Squeeze Me (But Don’t Tease Me)
04 Feedin’ The Bean
05 Michelle
06 Squeeze Me
07 Tommy’s Blues
08 Ain’t Misbehavin’
09 Introduction
10 The Simple Waltz
11 Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
12 I’m Confessin’

Total time: 70:04


“Hawkins teamed up with the personable trumpeter Clark Terry for this upbeat set of solid swing. Terry in particular is in exuberant form on ‘Feedin’ the Bean’ and a delightful version of ‘Don’t Worry About Me’, but Hawkins’s playing (particularly on the trumpeter’s ballad ‘Michelle’) is also in fine form. The Tommy Flanagan Trio assists the two classic hornmen on this superior LP.” (Scott Yanow, All Music Guide)