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Hawkins and Webster play tenor saxophone during this October 16, 1957 session joined by Ray Brown, Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis and Alvin Stoller.
As critic Nat Hentoff makes clear, Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster were larger than life. Formidable, even forbidding presences, they revealed a depth of feeling in their playing that spoke of their vast life experiences, as great writers or painters speak through their work.
Recorded October 16, 1957 in Hollywood, California.
- 180g Vinyl
- Double LP
- Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound
- Cut from the Absolute Original Analog Master Tapes
- Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
|Coleman Hawkins||tenor saxophone|
|Ben Webster||tenor saxophone|
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