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EU-only 180gm vinyl LP repressing of this classic Jazz album including one bonus track plus digital download.

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1 Limbo Jazz
2 Mood Indigo
3 Ray Charles Place
4 Wanderlust
5 You Dirty Dog
6 Self Portrait
7 The Jeep Is Jumpin''
8 The Ricitic
9 Solitude

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RH
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This World Class Duet Masterpiece Is A True Must!
Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2017
As one of two magnificent classic duet albums that Duke Ellington recorded for the Impulse! label (the jazz subsidiary of ABC Records and now owned by Verve), the realization of a promise made 30 years earlier by Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins that... See more
As one of two magnificent classic duet albums that Duke Ellington recorded for
the Impulse! label (the jazz subsidiary of ABC Records and now owned by Verve),
the realization of a promise made 30 years earlier by Duke Ellington and Coleman
Hawkins that they someday make a record together until it finally came true when
they made this landmark duet album. Recorded on August 18, 1962 and released
in January of 1963 (a mere two months just ahead of the iconic Ellington-Coltrane
meeting), Duke Ellington Meets John Coltrane is the triumphant duet masterpiece
which uniquely demonstrate the electrifying energy and world class celebrite from
the two jazz masters as they perform with characteristic excellence showcased by
their authorative cutting edge power. Inspired by Ellington’s compositional genius,
the ensemble-backed track set begins with the calypso rhythms of Limbo Jazz, as
it conclude on absolute merriment on “new” classic compositions like Ray Charles’
Place, You Dirty Dog, Self Portrait (Of The Bean) and The Ricitic, as well as a few
earlier Ellington classics including Mood Indigo and The Jeep Is Jumpin’, while the
expanded edition feature live takes of The Star Crossed Lovers, Satin Doll and the
signature classic Take The A Train, where they took place at a brief live club date
given by both Ellington and Hawk. Brilliantly remastered in it’s complete expanded
format, what even makes Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins such a winning
success can even be owed directly to the band members’ partnership, notably the
energized percussion vocalization of Sam Woodyard’s drums and Harry Carney’s
baritone saxophone-oriented tee solo, while The Hawk plays with absolute vitality.
Capturing the richly delicate textures of Ellington’s orchestral palette, this timeless
uptempo tour de force will ultimately remain it’s time-honoured chemistry and truly
be as stunningly breathtaking as ever in it’s climatic format.
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Jim in Chicago
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another Duke Ellington Classic with the Great Coleman Hawkins
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2020
Some of the Duke classics here performed with Coleman Hawkins big tenor sound. These recordings have a deep warm sound that is great for vinyl. Highly recommended.
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JESUS G. SANCHEZ
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duke and the hawk.
Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2016
fantastic meeting . two giants. great music.
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Patrick
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Everything''s right.....
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2016
What can you say??
A near perfect record. If you are reading this, you already know.
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John Bey
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Classic old school jazz.
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2015
Good down to earth jazz from the best performers in the music profession!
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glaxojo
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a good recording, at a great price
Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2017
Shipped timely, a good recording, at a great price!
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Roger Berlind
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Swinging CD from the Duke and the Hawk
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2009
I already owned quite a few CDs from Duke Ellington and several from Coleman Hawkins at the time I purchased this collaboration that they recorded in 1962. I''m glad I finally bought this one too since it is a wonderful, swinging encounter between two giants of jazz joined... See more
I already owned quite a few CDs from Duke Ellington and several from Coleman Hawkins at the time I purchased this collaboration that they recorded in 1962. I''m glad I finally bought this one too since it is a wonderful, swinging encounter between two giants of jazz joined by six members of the Duke''s band performing 8 Ellington songs. Prominent solos are given to Hawkins, Ray Nance (trumpet and violin), Lawrence Brown (trombone), and Johnny Hodges (alto sax).

My review is of the 2007 "Originals" re-issue on the Impulse label. I''ll have more to say about that later, but for now I''ll just note that this version is missing the bonus track "Solitude" which was on the 1995 reissue.

Of the 8 songs that are on the 2007 disc, my favorite is the opening calypso, "Limbo Jazz" which features hilarious vocalizing by the extremely relaxed drummer Sam Woodyard. The liner notes indicate that Woodyard and the rest of the band might not have known that their performance was even being recorded. Another nice touch on this track is that Hawkins joins the performance more than half way through as if he had just walked into the studio unexpectedly.

The second track, "Mood Indigo", is a classic Ellington ballad and is probably the loveliest track on this issue. Hawkins is featured in an extended solo. "Ray Charles'' Place" is a funkier number with a multi-layered arrangement which shines the spotlight on most of the musicians at least once. Even Duke takes a solo. "Wanderlust" and "The Jeep is Jumpin''" are old Ellington tunes that go back at least as far as 1938. The first is a slow tune with charming solos. The second is a faster tune with plenty of energy. Before taking us for a drive in his Jeep, Ellington leads the band in "You Dirty Dog" and "Self Portrait (Of the Bean)". (Bean is another nickname for Hawkins.) These were also new songs, but they fit right in with the old classics. Of course, the second of these stars Hawkins. The band finishes with another new song written for this session, "The Ricitic", which features Hawkins and Nance (on violin) drifting above a Latin rhythm laid down by the rhythm section.

I indicated I would say more about this 2007 edition. Frankly, it baffles me why Universal Music Group thinks lovers of this great music would rather have less music that that which is available just so UMG can stick the "Originals" tag on the front of the package. I was annoyed to learn (after buying this edition) that I could have purchased a version with one more song. In the future, I won''t buy any of these Impulse "Originals" discs unless I verify that they are not missing any bonus tracks released on earlier versions. Despite the problem with this edition, I still gave it 5 stars since I believe that the musicians should not be penalized for the mistakes made by the record companies. Even without the 9th track, this is still a 5 star CD.
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Samuel
5.0 out of 5 stars
Sometimes it helps to be innocent (but not ignorant)
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2008
I suspect the previous reviewer is right about the superiority of the 1995 edition of this priceless session. It''s clear that Verve has elected not to spend an unnecessary dime on this latest reissue. The release is no more than an attempt to churn profits. As was... See more
I suspect the previous reviewer is right about the superiority of the 1995 edition of this priceless session. It''s clear that Verve has elected not to spend an unnecessary dime on this latest reissue. The release is no more than an attempt to churn profits. As was pointed out, it practically insults the purchaser by reprinting the original liner notes in a fuzzy, minuscule, illegible font. (Certainly, the manufacturers could have stuck a folded insert in the cardboard case. Presently, a Spanish distributor--Absolute Records--is putting domestic jazz reissues, as scarce as they are, to shame.)

But the fault is also the American public''s, or rather its ignorance, indifference, apathy, misplaced priorities. (It''s as if jazz disappeared from American consciousness immediately following Ken Burns'' PBS mini-series 7-8 years ago, though the willingness of the public to pony up ten or more bucks for a mere collection of downloaded files is also playing into the hands of the music capitalists.) In any case, I''m so delighted to have a piece of this session--in any shape or form--that I couldn''t award it fewer than 5 stars even if it were an Edison cylinder).

This is not the stiffly iconic meeting that took place between Duke and Coltrane (a quickie session that''s ironically become Duke''s best-selling album). Yes, it''s loose, consisting of head charts and riffs, but the music is still executed with tightness and precision not to mention plenty of TLC, while allowing ample solo room not just for Hawk but the Ellington principals--Johnny Hodges, Lawrence Brown, Ray Nance. Only Harry Carney keeps his place within the ensemble, providing little in the way of soloing but placing his stamp on the inimitable Ellington sound. In fact, the recording is a distillation of the Ellington band--the sublime reed section (minus Russell Procope and Paul Gonsalves, whose place is taken by Hawkins) and a prominent "tonal personality" from the trombone and trumpet sections.

It''s a pleasure to hear the versatile Ray Nance stretch out on trumpet to this degree, demonstrating he belongs in the same company as players like Rex Stewart, Sweets Edison, and even Roy Eldridge. And on each of the tunes Hawkins emerges logically yet subtly from the mix, as though he''s as much a member of the ensemble as a guest soloist on the date. On "The Jeep Is Jumpin''" he finishes his solo but, after Lawrence Brown practically tops him with an especially spirited turn, decides to come back for another turn, more heated, driving and authoritative the second time around. Throughout, Duke''s piano accompaniment is the stamp of authenticity, transforming the simple into the sublime.

For a change, Rudy Van Gelder gets the mix right--no boosted bass or cymbals (at times, Hawk''s mic is a trifle "hot," overshadowing the ensemble textures). His capturing of the ensemble on "Mood Indigo" is nuanced and sensitive, the best balance I''ve ever heard on a Van Gelder-engineered date.

Perhaps we''ve been spoiled. Sony-Columbia spent tens of thousands of dollars and hours to come up with a miraculous restoration of "Ellington at Newport ''56" (a remarkable, stunning feat of research and digital technology when it comes to music CDs). But if no one buys heroic saves such as this and there are no tax subsidies in sight, what''s the point? And for a while the single biggest bargain on Amazon was "Duke Ellington: Three Suites" (works of sheer Ellington-Strayhorn genius, the projects that Ellington lived for, the royalties from his pop tunes enabling him to support both his composing and the band, or "repertory company," essential to pulling off his concert works). I''m not sure if a copy is still in print let alone available for less than ten bucks. If it is, better grab it now (along with "Ellington at Newport" and "Such Sweet Thunder") before it suffers the same fate as "A Drum Is a Woman" (she split from our midst a long time ago).
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mellow rich sound on a large sound stage, very good sound quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 4, 2021
CD Review: Verve Impluse! Originals A-25 2007 The sound quality is very good, there is a degree of softness to the sound. Mellow and rich spring to mind. There is bite and punch when needed. Sounds a little “big band” on some tracks. The bass and drums can get swamped on...See more
CD Review: Verve Impluse! Originals A-25 2007 The sound quality is very good, there is a degree of softness to the sound. Mellow and rich spring to mind. There is bite and punch when needed. Sounds a little “big band” on some tracks. The bass and drums can get swamped on some tracks but they are audible most of the time laying down a steady beat foundation for the other musicians. A lot of space is left for the horn players and this is very clear from the excellent sound stage. This recording has a very laid back sound but with lots of fine detail. A soft mellow listen but well worth adding to your collection. I have not set out to write reviews of the music content as “beauty is in the ears of the listener”. These reviews are about the quality (or not) of the recorded sound. To read about how the reviews are done please see my profile. • Clarity – very good • Channel separation - excellent • Channel balance – clean transparent, very well defined. Instruments easily positioned • Sound Stage – very broad wide, very good stereo image • Distortion – non audible • Compression – excellent dynamic range, not quite as “sharp” as some other impulse originals. Does not sound overly limited • Atmosphere – quite good has a sultry late night feel, quite well paced and moody • Bass – low frequencies – a little soft the bass seems to be a little down played in the mix perhaps too laid back. The double bass as good tone and timbre. The resonance is difficult to pick up on occasion. On some tracks the drums are a little far back in the mix. A little bit like sonic “filler”. It’s all a bit faint on some tracks. On other tracks there is a better drum sound which is more too the fore. • Treble – high frequencies – the treble sound is warm and mellow, perhaps a little soft and lacking edge and sparkle. The horns have bite when needed but the overall sound is soft and seductive. • Vocals - none As a general rule of thumb recordings from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s are nearly always better on the original vinyl. Remasters often fail to please as it’s just not possible to make a silk purse from a sows ear, i.e. the original recording lacks the necessary detail to be processed digitally and show an audible improvement. Indeed such processing can make the sound worse. Modern recordings which have been processed digitally from start to finish can be as good as vinyl. CD’s are often unfairly criticised for being poor quality. This is not the case, it is the original recording or the process which is to blame. Modern “remasters” can both enhance and degrade a recording. The statement GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out) is the limiting factor. Ignore this at your cost.
CD Review: Verve Impluse! Originals A-25 2007

The sound quality is very good, there is a degree of softness to the sound. Mellow and rich spring to mind. There is bite and punch when needed. Sounds a little “big band” on some tracks.

The bass and drums can get swamped on some tracks but they are audible most of the time laying down a steady beat foundation for the other musicians. A lot of space is left for the horn players and this is very clear from the excellent sound stage.

This recording has a very laid back sound but with lots of fine detail. A soft mellow listen but well worth adding to your collection.

I have not set out to write reviews of the music content as “beauty is in the ears of the listener”. These reviews are about the quality (or not) of the recorded sound. To read about how the reviews are done please see my profile.

• Clarity – very good
• Channel separation - excellent
• Channel balance – clean transparent, very well defined. Instruments easily positioned
• Sound Stage – very broad wide, very good stereo image
• Distortion – non audible
• Compression – excellent dynamic range, not quite as “sharp” as some other impulse originals. Does not sound overly limited
• Atmosphere – quite good has a sultry late night feel, quite well paced and moody
• Bass – low frequencies – a little soft the bass seems to be a little down played in the mix perhaps too laid back. The double bass as good tone and timbre. The resonance is difficult to pick up on occasion. On some tracks the drums are a little far back in the mix. A little bit like sonic “filler”. It’s all a bit faint on some tracks. On other tracks there is a better drum sound which is more too the fore.
• Treble – high frequencies – the treble sound is warm and mellow, perhaps a little soft and lacking edge and sparkle. The horns have bite when needed but the overall sound is soft and seductive.
• Vocals - none

As a general rule of thumb recordings from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s are nearly always better on the original vinyl. Remasters often fail to please as it’s just not possible to make a silk purse from a sows ear, i.e. the original recording lacks the necessary detail to be processed digitally and show an audible improvement. Indeed such processing can make the sound worse.

Modern recordings which have been processed digitally from start to finish can be as good as vinyl. CD’s are often unfairly criticised for being poor quality. This is not the case, it is the original recording or the process which is to blame. Modern “remasters” can both enhance and degrade a recording. The statement GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out) is the limiting factor. Ignore this at your cost.
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The good old days.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 9, 2013
This is sound music played by experts. The whole thing is marvellous. It should be played instead of the "Pop of the tops" rubbish, at least once or twice a day. D.V.
This is sound music played by experts. The whole thing is marvellous. It should be played instead of the "Pop of the tops" rubbish, at least once or twice a day.

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La rencontre des Titans
Reviewed in France on June 15, 2014
Enregistré le 18 août 1962 dans le fameux studio Van Gelder ( Englewood, New Jersey ), cet octet rassemble la fine équipe du Duke en modèle réduit, avec , en autres : Ray Nance (tp), le fidèle Johnny Hodges (as), le toujours Sam Woodyard (dm) et évidemment le Sieur C....See more
Enregistré le 18 août 1962 dans le fameux studio Van Gelder ( Englewood, New Jersey ), cet octet rassemble la fine équipe du Duke en modèle réduit, avec , en autres : Ray Nance (tp), le fidèle Johnny Hodges (as), le toujours Sam Woodyard (dm) et évidemment le Sieur C. Hawkins "Bean" ( le haricot ... ) à la sonorité large, riche en harmoniques, axée sur un vibrato puissant et une ample dynamique, au phrasé staccato. Superbe musique, du swing, du swing et toujours du swing ! La prise de son remasterisée permet d''entendre tous les instruments avec précision et fidélité, les parties trombone de L. Brown sont mises en valeur, toutes les nuances sont au diapason ( écoutez donc "Mood Indigo" ... ), les balais de S. Woodyard présents et le piano du Duke étant toujours au service de la musique, du talent à l''état pur ... Vite, cliquez sur votre panier, cette musique va vous booster dans la nostalgie de cette formidable époque, un octet comme, hélas, on n''en fait plus de nos jours ...
Enregistré le 18 août 1962 dans le fameux studio Van Gelder ( Englewood, New Jersey ), cet octet rassemble la fine équipe du Duke en modèle réduit, avec , en autres : Ray Nance (tp), le fidèle Johnny Hodges (as), le toujours Sam Woodyard (dm) et évidemment le Sieur C. Hawkins "Bean" ( le haricot ... ) à la sonorité large, riche en harmoniques, axée sur un vibrato puissant et une ample dynamique, au phrasé staccato.
Superbe musique, du swing, du swing et toujours du swing ! La prise de son remasterisée permet d''entendre tous les instruments avec précision et fidélité, les parties trombone de L. Brown sont mises en valeur, toutes les nuances sont au diapason ( écoutez donc "Mood Indigo" ... ), les balais de S. Woodyard présents et le piano du Duke étant toujours au service de la musique, du talent à l''état pur ...
Vite, cliquez sur votre panier, cette musique va vous booster dans la nostalgie de cette formidable époque, un octet comme, hélas, on n''en fait plus de nos jours ...
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Reviewed in Italy on August 24, 2015
IL JAZZ E'' UN GENERE SEMPRE DA SCOPRIRE E DA MOLTI CONSIDERATO UN GENERE DIFFICILE DA ASCOLTARE. VALE LA PENA TENTARE L''ASCOLTO CON I GRANDI MAESTRI COME ELLINGTON COLEMAN E TANTI ALTRI. ANCH''IO ERO SCETTICO MA MI SONO RICREDUTO.
IL JAZZ E'' UN GENERE SEMPRE DA SCOPRIRE E DA MOLTI CONSIDERATO UN GENERE DIFFICILE DA ASCOLTARE. VALE LA PENA TENTARE L''ASCOLTO CON I GRANDI MAESTRI COME ELLINGTON COLEMAN E TANTI ALTRI. ANCH''IO ERO SCETTICO MA MI SONO RICREDUTO.
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