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Playlist for Sunday, November 21, 2004

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Patricia Barber—Bye Bye Blackbird—2000—Nightclub—Blue Note (Patricia Barber will perform at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Monday, December 6th , 7 and 9 pm)
• Ray Brown’s Great Big Band—Body And Soul—1994—Impression Of Point Lobos—Brown Cat (Ray Brown’s Great Big Band will perform at the Cabrillo College Theatre, presented by Kuumbwa Jazz Center, on this Monday, November 22nd, 7:30 pm)

Coleman Hawkins Centennial, born November 21, 2004:
• Coleman Hawkins—Bean Stalkin’—1960—Coleman Hawkins and Friends: Bean Stalkin’—Pablo LP
• Coleman Hawkins—Indian Summer—1960—Coleman Hawkins and Friends: Bean Stalkin’—Pablo LP

• NPR Tribute to Coleman Hawkins by Tom Vitale that aired on yesterday’s Saturday Weekend Edition

• Coleman Hawkins with Red McKenzie’s Mound City Blues Blowers—Hello, Lola—1929—1929-34—Classics (France)
• Fletcher Henderson and his Orch—Blue Moments—1932—Study in Frustration: The Fletcher Henderson Story—Columbia
• Fletcher Henderson and his Orch—New King Porter Stomp—1932—Study in Frustration: The Fletcher Henderson Story—Columbia
• Fletcher Henderson and his Orch—Honeysuckle Rose—1932—Study in Frustration: The Fletcher Henderson Story—Columbia

• Coleman Hawkins and his Orch—Heartbreak Blues—1929-34—Classics (France)
• Spike Hughes and his American Orchestra—Donegal Cradle Song—1933—Spike Hughes and Benny Carter: 1933—Retrieval
• Fletcher Henderson and his Orch—Queer Notions—1933—Study in Frustration: The Fletcher Henderson Story—Columbia
• Fletcher Henderson and his Orch—Hocus Pocus—1934—1932-34—Classics (France)

• Coleman Hawkins—Lost In A Fog—1934-37—Classics (France)
• Michel Warlop and his Orch—What A Difference A Day Made—1935—1934-37—Classics (France)
• Coleman Hawkins with Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli—1935—1934-37—Classics (France)

• Coleman Hawkins with the Ramblers—Meditation—1935—1934-37—Classics (France)
• Coleman Hawkins with the Ramblers—Netcha’s Dream—1935—1934-37—Classics (France)
• Coleman Hawkins and his All Star Jam Band—Out Of Nowhere—1937—1937-39—Classics (France)
• Coleman Hawkins and his Orch—Body And Soul—1939—Smithsonian Collection Of Classic Jazz—Smithsonian

• Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter—Bouncing With Bean—1940—Bouncin’ With Bean—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter—A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody—1940—Bouncin’ With Bean—Past Perfect (Germany)
• The Chocolate Dandies—Smack—1940—VA: The Commodore Story--Commodore
• Coleman Hawkins—The Man I Love—1943—Blues Changes—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins—My Ideal—1943—Blues Changes—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins—Hawk’s Variations (pt. 1 & 2)—1945—On The Bean—Past Perfect (Germany)

• Coleman Hawkins—Jumpin’ For Jane—1947—Bean Soup—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins—Laura—1957—The Hawk Flies High—Riverside LP
• Coleman Hawkins—Foolin’ Around—1955—Body And Soul Revisited—Decca
• Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins—Self-Portrait (of the Bean)—1962—Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins—Impulse
• Coleman Hawkins—Dali—1962—Dali--Stash
• Coleman Hawkins—Think Deep—1957—The Hawk Flies High—Riverside LP
• Coleman Hawkins—Picasso—1948—Bean Soup—Past Perfect (Germany)

For bassist Bob Maize, who passed away this weekend at age 59:
• Emily Remler—Firefly—1981—Firefly—Concord LP

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