The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on Coleman Hawkins (Hr-1)
The Feeling of Jazz, program # 190 airing November 16, 2014 featured the tenor saxophone jazz music of Coleman Randolph Hawkins (November 21, 1904 – May 19, 1969), one of the first prominent jazz musicians on his instrument and nicknamed “Hawk” and sometimes “Bean,” in music presented by Kent Lindquist in both hours of this program, while co-host Bill Satterlee took the night off. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.
9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length
1. Blues for Ron, Coleman Hawkins with the Red Garland Trio, (Album same as artist), Doug Watkins, 6:14 min.
2. Chant, Coleman Hawkins, The Hawk Flies High, Henry Jones, 5:03 min.
3. Ill Wind, Coleman Hawkins, The Genius of Coleman Hawkins, Harold Arlen, 5:22 min.
4. Speak Low, Coleman Hawkins, The Hawk Relaxes, Kurt Weil & Ogden Nash, 6:39 min.
5. What is There to Say, Coleman Hawkins, Hollywood Stampede, Duke-Harburg, 3:17 min.
6. Wrap Up Your Troubles in Dreams, Coleman Hawkins, Hollywood Stampede, Baris-Kohler-Moll, 3:04 min.
7. In Mellow Tone, Coleman Hawkins with Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Night Hawk & Very Saxy, Duke Ellington, 6:47 min.
8. If I Had You, Coleman Hawkins, Body & Soul (4-Disk Compilation), Shapiro-Campbell-Conolly, 4:35 min.
9. Juicy Fruit, Coleman Hawkins, The Hawk Flies High, Idrees Sulieman, 11:15 min.