Coleman Hawkins

COLEMAN HAWKINS, nicknamed Hawk, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist born in Saint Joseph, Missouri in 1904 who became a professional musician in his teens playing with Fletcher Henderson's big band between 1923 and 1934.

He is known to be the first major saxophonist in the history of Jazz and seen as one of the pioneer shapers of Jazz, alongside musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and Jelly Roll Morton.

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(I Got a Woman Crazy For Me) She's Funny That Way
April in Paris
Body And Soul
Body and Soul
Body and Soul; Fine Dinner
Body and Soul; It Had to Be You
Clarence Williams Rarities
Coleman Hawkins
Coleman Hawkins Keynote Jazzmaster Series
Crazy Rhythm
Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins
Ellingtonia, Vol. 2
Fletcher Henderson And His Connie's Inn Orchestra
Honeysuckle Rose
Jazz Heritage Fletcher Henderson - Rarest Fletcher...
Jazz Of Two Decades: Jazz Of The 40's
My Blue Heaven
New 52nd Street Jazz
Reevaluations: The Impulse Years!
Ride Red Ride
Tenor Sax
Tenor Sax Album No. 2
Tenor Saxophobia
Thanks For The Memory
The Genius Of Coleman Hawkins
The Gilded Hawk
The History of Jazz Volume 4
The Saxophone Section
The Sheik of Araby
When Day is Done; Bouncing with Bean