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Coleman Hawkins: Jazz Explosion, Vol. 1

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Prisoner of Love
4:16  
02
Blues for Yolande
6:49  
03
Tangerine
5:23  
04
Rosita
5:06  
05
Shine on Harvest Moon
4:52  
06
It Never Entered My Mind
5:51  
07
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to
4:17  
08
Body & Soul
3:03  
09
When Day is Done
3:17  
10
Feedin' the Bean
3:16  
11
Esquire Bounce
3:16  
12
Voodte
3:08  
13
Hawkins' Barrel House
2:58  
14
Blues Changes
4:12  
15
Bean at the Met
3:03  
16
Bu-Dee-Daht
3:14  
17
Flame Thrower
3:17  
18
Imagination
2:50  
19
Disorder at the Border
2:58  
20
Feeling Zero
2:59  
21
Rainbow Mist
2:59  
22
Battle of the Saxes
4:38  
23
Pick Up Boys
3:02  
24
On the Bean
2:43  
25
Hawk's Variations, Pt. 1
2:25  
26
Hawk's Variations, Pt. 2
2:19  
27
Nat Meets June
3:21  
28
Bean-A-Re-Bop
2:36  
29
Phantomesque
2:59  
30
Angel Face
3:16  
31
Picasso
3:15  
32
Over the Rainbow
6:15  
33
Sweetheart You Are Lovely
8:28  
34
Stardust
5:50  
35
I Can't Get Started
4:04  
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Total Tracks: 35   Total Length: 136:15

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