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Abstract/Southern Horizons/Free Form

Label: Poll Winners Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Tracks: Abstract Subject; Shadows; Oleo; Modal; Tonal; Pictures; Idioms; Compound. Southern Horizons Still Goofin'; Count Twelve; Senor Blues; Jumpin' With Joe; Southern Horizons; Caravan; Liggin'; You Go To My Head; Tuesday Morning Swing. Free Form Formation; Coda; Abstract; Impression; Parallel; Straight Lines; Calypso; Tempo. Bonus Tracks: Just Goofin'; Everything Happens to Me; Just Friends; Joe's Blues; Blues Original; My Heart Belongs To Daddy.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Harriott Quintet: Abstract/Southern Horizons/Free Form

Read "Abstract/Southern Horizons/Free Form" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Swing Low, Sweet Harriott I don't think Joe Harriott's entire catalogue has ever been available at one time. Even in his heyday in the sixties, much of the 1950s material was unavailable. From the seventies onwards, things got really dire. Now that so much is out of copyright, Harriott's work is increasingly being reissued ...

The High and Mighty Hawk

Label: Poll Winners Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Bird of Prey Blues; My One and Only Love; Vignette; Ooh-Wee, Miss G.P.!; You've Changed; Get Set; Sunday; Hanid; Honey Flower; Honey Flower [alternate take]; Nabob.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Coleman Hawkins: The High and Mighty Hawk

Read "The High and Mighty Hawk" reviewed by Samuel Chell

Recorded in England in 1958, this little-known session, originally released on the obscure Felsted label, is an inarguable gem. Perhaps even the word “masterpiece" is not too much of a stretch. It's doubtful that the putative “father of the tenor saxophone," Coleman Hawkins, made a better recording in the age of long-playing records, and it's just ...


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