Body and Soul (made in Austria. printed in Austria, see annotation)

~ Release by Coleman Hawkins (see all versions of this release, 3 available)

Annotation

This version is Made in Austria. Printed in Austria. There is another version with same barcode and catalog, but is printed in Germany rather than Austria. Printing in Austria is shown on the back cover art.

Tracks 1-4 recorded the 1939-10-11.
Tracks 5-8 recorded the 1940-01-03.
Tracks 9-14 recorded the 1947-12-11.
Tracks 15-17 recorded the 1956-01-17.
Tracks 18-20 recorded the 1956-01-18.
Tracks 21-23 recorded the 1956-01-20.
All titles recorded at RCA Studios, New-York

Annotation last modified on 2018-01-30 00:55 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Meet Doctor Foo
2:37
2 Fine Dinner
2:36
3 She's Funny That Way
3:17
4 Body and Soul
3:03
5 When Day Is Done
3:18
6 The Sheik of Araby
2:57
7 My Blue Heaven
2:54
8 Bouncing With Bean
3:08
9 April in Paris
3:11
10 How Strange
3:06
11 Half Step Down Please
3:05
12 Angel Face
3:14
13 Jumping for Jane
3:13
14 I Love You
2:54
15 There Will Never Be Another You
2:58
16 Little Girl Blue
3:07
17 Dinner for One Please James
3:14
18 His Very Own Blues
3:03
19 39"-25"-39"
2:49
20 The Bean Stalks Again
3:29
21 Have You Met Miss Jones?
3:07
22 Body and Soul
4:55
23 The Essence of You
3:26

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Danny Polo (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Sid Jekowsky (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
violin:
Paul Gershman (1956-01-17) (tracks 16–17)
Leo Kruczek (1956-01-17) (tracks 16–17)
Harry Lookofsky (1956-01-17) (tracks 16–17)
Gene Orloff (1956-01-17) (tracks 16–17)
Tosha Samaroff (1956-01-17) (tracks 16–17)
Arnold Eidus (1956-01-20) (track 23)
Paul Gershman (1956-01-20) (track 22)
Stan Kraft (1956-01-20) (track 23)
Cy Miroff (1956-01-20) (track 23)
Dave Newman (1956-01-20) (track 22)
Dave Newman (violin) (1956-01-20) (track 23)
Gene Orloff (1956-01-20) (track 22)
Alvin Rudnitsky (1956-01-20) (track 23)
Tosha Samaroff (1956-01-20) (track 22)
Dave Sarser (1956-01-20) (track 23)
cello:
Alan Shulman (cellist and composer) (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Bernard Greenhouse (1956-01-20) (track 22)
Bernie Greenhouse (1956-01-20) (track 23)
George Ricci (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
Eduardo Sodero (1956-01-20) (track 23)
reeds:
Al Cohn (1956-01-18) (track 20)
Sam Marowitz (Saxophonist) (1956-01-18) (track 20)
Hal McKusick (1956-01-18) (track 20)
Sol Schlinger (1956-01-18) (track 20)
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (1956-01-18) (track 20)
oboe:
Phil Bodner (Woodwind player) (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Phil Bodner (Woodwind player) (1956-01-20) (track 22)
trumpet:
Joe Guy (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Tommy Lindsay (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Benny Carter (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Fats Navarro (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Jimmy Nottingham (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Bernie Glow (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Lou Oles (American jazz trumpeter) (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Ernie Royal (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Charlie Shavers (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Nick Travis (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
glockenspiel:
Marty Wilson (1956-01-20) (track 23)
viola:
Izzy Zir (aka Isadore Zit viola player) (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Bert Fisch (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
violin family:
Paul Gershman (1956-01-17) (track 15)
Leo Kruczek (1956-01-17) (track 15)
Harry Lookofsky (1956-01-17) (track 15)
Gene Orloff (1956-01-17) (track 15)
Tosha Samaroff (1956-01-17) (track 15)
drums:
Arthur Herbert (Jazz drummer) (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Walter Johnson (drums) (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Max Roach (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Osie Johnson (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Osie Johnson (1956-01-18) (track 18)
Osie Johnson (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
flute:
Julius Baker (flautist) (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Sid Jekowsky (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Julius Baker (flautist) (1956-01-20) (track 22)
guitar:
Lawrence Lucie (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Chuck Wayne (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Barry Galbraith (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Barry Galbraith (1956-01-18) (track 18)
bass:
Jack Lesberg (1947-12-11) (tracks 13–14)
Milt Hinton (1956-01-17) (tracks 16–17)
Milt Hinton (1956-01-18) (track 18)
Jack Lesberg (1956-01-20) (track 23)
vibraphone:
Marty Wilson (1956-01-17) (track 15)
Marty Wilson (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Marty Wilson (1956-01-20) (track 22)
double bass:
William Oscar Smith (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Johnny Williams (jazz bassist) (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Jack Lesberg (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–12)
Milt Hinton (1956-01-17) (track 15)
Jack Lesberg (1956-01-20) (track 22)
alto saxophone:
Jackie Fields (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Eustis Moore (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Budd Johnson (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Sam Marowitz (Saxophonist) (1956-01-18) (track 18)
Hal McKusick (1956-01-18) (track 18)
celesta:
Hank Jones (1956-01-20) (track 23)
piano:
Gene Rodgers (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Gene Rodgers (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Hank Jones (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Hank Jones (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Hank Jones (1956-01-18) (track 18)
Hank Jones (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
bells:
Phil Kraus (1956-01-20) (track 23)
baritone saxophone:
Marion DeVeta (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Sol Schlinger (1956-01-18) (track 18)
xylophone:
Marty Wilson (1956-01-20) (track 23)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
Coleman Hawkins (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
Coleman Hawkins (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Coleman Hawkins (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Al Cohn (1956-01-18) (track 18)
Coleman Hawkins (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (1956-01-18) (track 18)
Coleman Hawkins (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
trombone:
Earl Hardy (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
J.C. Higginbotham (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
Urbie Green (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Tom Mitchell (US jazz trombonist) (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Fred Ohms (American jazz trombonist) (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Jack Satterfield (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
Urbie Green (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Fred Ohms (American jazz trombonist) (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Jack Satterfield (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
Chauncey Welsch (1956-01-18) (tracks 18, 20)
French horn:
Jimmy Buffington (1956-01-20) (tracks 22–23)
arranger:
Billy Byers (tracks 18, 23)
vocals:
Thelma Carpenter (50s/60s vocal artist) (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
writer:
Leonard Feather (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
BMG Entertainment (tracks 18, 23)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1939-10-11) (tracks 1–4)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1940-01-03) (tracks 5–8)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1947-12-11) (tracks 9–14)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-17) (tracks 15–17)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-18) (track 20)
Webster Hall in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-18) (track 18)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-20) (track 22)
Webster Hall in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-20) (track 23)
recording of:
Jumping for Jane (1947-12-11) (track 13)