One of the few albums ever recorded by Red Callender – a player who certainly speaks "low", given that his instrument here is the tuba! Red's got a rumbling, bassy sound that's surprisingly un-corny – an approach to the tuba that's also informed by Callender's many years ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Black label pressing with deep groove. Cover has a split top seam, a Factory Sealed sticker on the opening, and peeled spots from sticker removal.)
One of the more obscure jazz sessions on the Crown label – led by pianist Bob Harrington, and featuring Jimmy Wymble on guitar, Red Wooten on bass, and either John Markham or Lloyd Morales on drums. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a split spine, light wear, and a small bit of tape.)
Coleman Hawkins —
Hawk Swings ... CD Crown/Boplicity (UK), 1960. New Copy ...
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Massive later music from Coleman Hawkins – a date that might be easy to overlook, given the unassuming package – but one that really features that newfound mix of modernism and soul that graced the later years of Hawk! The setting is a bit unusual, but that's part of the charm – ... read moreCD