Alive! At the Village Gate 1962 is a live album by Coleman Hawkins.
It was recorded at Art D’Lugoff’s Village Gate, New York City, Aug. 13 and 15, 1962.
Playing on the album are:
Coleman Hawkins – tenor saxophone,
Tommy Flanagan – piano,
Major Holley – drums,
Ed Locke – drums.
On the recent, extended version of the album, extra songs have been added which include Roy Eldridge on trumpet and Johnny Hodges on alto saxophone. Three songs – Satin Doll, Perdido and The Rabbit in Jazz – have been released on another live album called Hawkins! Eldridge! Hodges! Alive! At The Village Gate!.
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Songs On Coleman Hawkins Alive! At the Village Gate 1962
The original release on vinyl released in 1963 had four tracks:
- All The Things You Are – 7:58
- Josh Fit The Battle Of Jericho – 10:28
- Mack The Knife – 8:30
- Talk Of The Town – 9:10
Here are the tracks on the two disc version on the Fresh Sound Records label released in 2013.
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