Coleman Hawkins and Horace Silver were only recorded together during two Birland broadcast presented here, which had never previouslky appeared on CD. Both sets were recorded in a quintet format, with Hawk sharing the frontline with Roy Eldridge on the first show and Howard McGhee on the second one. As a bonus, Hawkin`s complete quartet set at the First Playboy Jazz Festival in 1959 and a seven-minute Hawkins interview, which also appear here for the first time ever on CD.
[1-3] COLEMAN HAWKINS, tenor sax
ROY ELDRIDGE, trumpet
HORACE SILVER, piano
CURLEY RUSSELL, bass
ART BLAKEY, drums
Birland, New York, Saturday, September 13, 1952.
[4-6] Same personnel except
HOWARD McGHEE, trumpet (replaces Eldridge)
CONNIE KAY, drums, (replaces Blakey)
Birland, New York, Saturday, September 6, 1952.
[7-10]: COLEMAN HAWKINS, tenor sax
EDDIE HIGGINS, piano
BOB CRANSHAW, bass
WALTER PERKINS, drums
1st Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago, August 9, 1952
 HAWKINS interview in London, England, c.a. 1960.
01. Disorder At The Border
02. The Blue Room
05. I Can’t Get Started
06. Disorder At The Border #2
07. All The Things You Are
09. Body and Soul
10. Just You, just Me
11 Coleman Hawkins Interview.
TOTAL TIME: 72:15