Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Coleman Hawkins Videography

 

1935

JAZZ IN THE NETHERLANDS
Netherlands
1935
Coleman Hawkins (ts), Leo de la Fuente (p).

I wish I were twins (Frank Loesser, Eddie DeLange, Joseph Meyer)



1945

THE CRIMSON CANARY
Hollywood, USA 
Pre-November, 1945
Dir: John Hoffman
Howard McGhee (t), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Sir Charles Thompson (p), Oscar Pettiford (b), Denzil Best (d).
Hollywood Stampede (Coleman Hawkins)
Originally recorded for Capitol in Los Angeles on March 2, 1945.



1950

IMPROVISATION
New York City, USA
October,1950
Dir: Gjon Mili
Charlie Parker (as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Hank Jones (p), Ray Brown (b), Buddy Rich (d).

Ballade (Hawkins, Parker) + Norman Granz intro




1957

THE SOUND OF JAZZ
CBS Studios, New York City, USA
December, 8, 1957
Dir: Jack Smight
Coleman Hawkins and various groups, including: Pee Wee Russell, Roy Eldridge, Joe Newman, Doc Cheatham, Emmett Berry, Joe Wilder, Henry Red Allen, Rex Stewart, Vic Dickenson, Dicky Wells, Benny Morton, Ben Webster, ;ester Young, Gerry Mulligan, Count Basie, Nat Pierce, Greddie Green, Danny Barker, Eddie Jones, Milt Hinton, Jo Jones, Jimmy Rushing, Billie Holiday

Songs feat. Hawkins: Blues 1, Blues 2, I left my baby, Fine and mellow.



NAT KING COLE SHOW episode 49 feat. JATP
October, 15, 1957
Dir: Jim Jordan, Bob Henry

Coleman Hawkins (ts), Stan Getz (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Nat 'King' Cole (voc).

Stompin' At The Savoy (Edgar Sampson)


Sweet Lorraine (Cliff Burwell, Mitchell Parish)



1958

ART FORD'S JAZZ PARTY, episode 19
WNTA-TV, Newark, New Jersey, USA
September, 18, 1958
Johnny Windhurst (t), Tyree Glenn (tr), Hank D'Amico (cl), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Teddy Charles (vib), Roland Hanna (p), Alec Templeton (p), Mary Osborne (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Morey Feld (d), Jackie Cooper (d), Maxine Sullivan (voc).



ART FORD'S JAZZ PARTY, episode 20
WNTA-TV, New Jersey, USA
September, 25, 1958
Charlie Shavers (t,v), J.C.Higginbotham (tb), Pee Wee Russell (cl), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Lester Young (ts), Willie "The Lion" Smith (p), Harry Shepherd (vib), Dick Thompson (g), Vinnie Burke (b), Sonny Greer (d), Mae Barnes (v).


Missing episodes with Hawkins: 23, 26 and 27.



CANNES 1958
Cannes, France


July 8, 1958
Roy Eldridge (t), Vic Dickenson (tb), Hubert Rostaing (cl), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Michel de Villers (as,bs), Lou Levy (p), Arvell Shaw (b), J.C. Heard (d)

Various



July 10, 1958
Roy Eldridge (t), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Sammy Price? (p), Arvell Shaw (b), J. C. Heard (d)

Stompin' at the Savoy



October 13, 1958, Cannes, France
Dir: Jean-Christophe Averty
Coleman Hawkins (ts), Don Byas (ts), Stan Getz (ts), Guy Lafitte (ts), Barney Wilen (ts), Martial Solal (p) Arvell Shaw (b) J.C. Heard (d)

Indiana



1959

TIMEX ALL STAR JAZZ SHOW
New York City, USA (?)
January 7, 1959 (date of broadcast)
Featuring, among others, Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Vic Dickenson, Jo Jones, Duke Ellington, George Shearing, Barbara Dane, Dakota Staton.



1960

J.A.T.P. SALLE PLEYEL
Paris, Salle Pleyel
1960/11/25

Roy Eldridge (t) Benny Carter (as) Don Byas, Coleman Hawkins (ts) Lalo Schifrin (p) Art Davis (b) Jo Jones (d)

Take The "A" Train


Indiana



1961

AFTER HOURS
New York City, USA
1961
Dir: Shepard Traube
Roy Eldridge (t), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Johnny Guarnieri (p),Barry Galbraith (g), Milt Hinton (b), Cozy Cole (d), Carol Stevens (voc).
Songs: Blues, Lover Man, Sunday, Taking a chance on love, Just you, just me.





ROUTE 66: GOODNIGHT SWEET BLUES
Hollywood, USA
1961
Dir: Jack Smight
Jo Jones (t, voc), Coleman Hawkins (ts, cl), Roy Eldridge (d), Ethel Waters (voc)

Only those parts of the film featuring Hawkins.



1962

HAWK IN BELGIUM
Brussels, Belgium
Dir: Yannick Bruynoghe
Coleman Hawkins (ts), George Arvanitas (p), Mickey Baker (g), Jimmy Woode (b), Kansas Fields (d).

Songs: Blowing for Sax, Disorder at the border, South of France blues, Hawk hunt.





1963

JAZZKJELLEREN
Metropol, Oslo, Norway 
February 1963
Dir: R. Clemens
Coleman Hawkins (ts), Einar Iversen (p), Jarle Krogstad (b), Ole Jacob Hansen (d).

Body and Soul (Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton, John Green)


1964 
JAZZ 625: THE ‘HAWK' AT TOWN HALL
Wembley Town Hall, Middlesex, United Kingdom
October, 2, 1964
Dir/Prod: Terry Henebery
Harry"Sweets" Edison (t), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Sir Charles Thompson (p), JimmyWoode (b), Jo Jones (d).


Stoned (Wardell Gray)


September Song (Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill)


Centrepiece (Harry Edison)



Caravan (Irving Mills, Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington)

Ballad Medley





1965


EARL HINES AND COLEMAN HAWKINS
USA
Dir: Karl Genus
Coleman Hawkins (ts), Earl Hines (p), George Tucker (b), Oliver Jackson (d).

Crazy rhythm (Irving Caesar, Joseph Meyer, Roger Wolfe Kahn)


Other songs performed, but not available online are But not for me, I'm a little blackbird looking for a bluebird, Fine and dandy and One more choice. Though not sure if Hawkins is featured in all of them. 



1966

JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC
Poplar Town Hall, London, United Kingdom

November, 26, 1966
Coleman Hawkins (ts), Benny Carter (as), Teddy Wilson (p), Bob Cranshaw (b), Louie Bellson (d).


Body and Soul (Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton, John Green)


Blue Lou (Edgar Sampson, Irving Mills)


Disorder at the border (Coleman Hawkins)


1969

JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC ‘69
France
Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Benny Carter, Zoot Sims, Coleman Hawkins, James Moody, Teddy Wilson, Aaron T-Bone Walker, Bob Cranshaw, Louie Bellson.

A short segment of the concert can be viewed here:



8 comments:

  1. My, oh, my! Excellent work, Ehsan, thanks!

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  2. So many memories. Yes, thank you, Ehsan. Nancy

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  3. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Thanks...!!!
    And as we say here in Brazil: Obrigado!

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  4. Hi, Ehsan

    Thanks so much for this videography! The tune from the movie "The Crimson Canary" is "Hollywood Stampede" (Hawkins), originally recorded for Capitol in Los Angeles on March 2, 1945.

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    1. Thanks for information. I'll correct that.

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  5. Fantastic, Ehsan!!! As we say here in China, obrigado.

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  6. Damn! Gems for the fans of The Hawk. Thanks

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