On Broadway

Coleman Hawkins

On Broadway PRCD 24189 2
  • CAT # PRCD-24189-2

    1. I Talk To The Trees 5:47
    2. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 4:34
    3. Wanting You 2:25
    4. Strange Music 6:13
    5. The Man That Got Away 4:02
    6. Get Out Of Town 8:43
    7. Here I'll Stay 4:05
    8. A Fellow Needs A Girl 4:45
    9. Load Of Love 4:10
    10. The Sweetest Sounds 4:18
    11. Wouldn't It Be Loverly 5:33
    12. Cry Like The Wind 4:30
    13. Climb Ev'ry Mountain 2:34
    14. Make Someone Happy 3:07
    15. Out Of My Dreams 4:49
    16. Have I Told You Lately? 3:23
    17. I Believe In You 1:49

with Tommy Flanagan, Major Holley, Eddie Locke

Recorded January 2, March 30, and August 16, 1962.

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