The Best Of Coleman Hawkins

Coleman Hawkins

The Best Of Coleman Hawkins
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    1. I'm Beginning To See The Light 3:08
    2. Greensleeves 3:13
    3. Since I Fell For You 4:20
    4. I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) 6:39
    5. Soul Blues 9:52
    6. I'll Never Be The Same 6:11
    7. The Sweetest Sounds 4:18
    8. I Want To Be Loved 5:54
    9. In A Mellow Tone 6:45
    10. Make Someone Happy 3:07
    11. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 4:34

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