Strange as it seems, after over 35 years on the scene, Hawkins seemed to discover the blues in 1958. A harmonic wizard who enjoyed improvising over the most complex chord changes, he finally dug into the blues around this period and learned to emphasize extroverted emotions. This LP finds him jamming joyously on two standards and four blues (including "Marchin' Along") with a sextet that also prominently features guitarist Tiny Grimes.
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1 Marchin' Along (Grimes) 17:37
2 A Smooth One (Goodman) 5:55
3 Blues Wail (Grimes) 6:45
4 April in Paris (Duke, Harburg) 6:45
5 Soul Station (Grimes) 7:48
Tiny Grimes - g
Coleman Hawkins - ts
Musa Kaleem - fl
Ray Bryant - p
Earl Wormack - b
Teagle Fleming, JR - dr
Recorded in Hackensack, New Jersey ; February 28, 1958.