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Album Review

Although Hawkins's studio recordings from this era were few and generally found him restricted to playing commercial mood music, his concert and club appearances showed him to still be in prime form. This enjoyable LP has the great tenor leading two different quintets at Birdland on broadcasts that were aired just a week apart. The rhythm section features the then-unknown pianist Horace Silver, bassist Curly Russell and either Art Blakey or Connie Kay on drums. More importantly, trumpeters Roy Eldridge and Howard McGhee (heard separately) inspire the competitive Hawkins to play at his best. A short but very thorough interview wraps up this erratically recorded but very interesting release.

Disorder At the Border, Coleman Hawkins Quintet
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