Coleman Hawkins – One Hour (1929)

One Hour (If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight) is written by James P. Johnson and was published in 1926 and first recorded by Clarance Williams´ Blue Five with vocalist Eva Taylor in 1927. The instrumental version with Glenn Miller, Pee Wee Russell, Coleman Hawkins, Jack Bland, Gene Krupa, Pops Poster, Eddie Condon & Red Mckenzie is recorded in New York on November 14, 1929.

Eddie Condon – Banjo
Pops Poster – Bass
Charles “Pee Wee” Russel – Clarinet
Gene Krupa – Drums
Jack Bland – Guitar
William “Red” McKenzie – Kazoo
Coleman Hawkins – Tenor Saxophone
Glenn Miller – Trombone


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