It is strange that two such individual musicians as Pee Wee Russell and Coleman Hawkins were kept apart for some 32 years but it is a fact that not since 1929 had they met in a recording studio. Pee Wee Russell's unique, and sometimes derided approach was praised as ahead of it's time, and cited by some as an early example of free jazz. Coleman Hawkins, at the time of this1961 Jazz Reunion record date dismissed any idea that Russell was now playing modern, claiming that he had always played that way. Tracks are: If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight), Tin Tin Deo, Mariooch Side, All Too Soon, 28th And 8th, What Am I Here For. 180 gram vinyl.
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