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Henry Allen-Coleman Hawkins and their Orchestra
discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Aint’cha Got Music?
(Andy Razaf / J.C. Johnson)
7-21-1933 New York, New York Banner
32840
Dark Clouds
(Boretz / Sammuels)
9-9-1933 New York, New York Banner
32915
Perfect
15858-B
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
(A.J. Piron)
7-21-1933 New York, New York Banner
unissued
Hush My Mouth
(If I Ain’t Goin’ South)

(Singler / Hoffman)
9-9-1933 New York, New York Banner
32915
Perfect
15858-A
My Galveston Gal
(Harris / Adlam)
9-9-1933 New York, New York Banner
32901
Shadows On The Swanee
(Young / Burke)
7-21-1933 New York, New York Banner
32829
Someday Sweetheart
(Benjamin Spikes / John Spikes / Jelly Roll Morton)
7-21-1933 New York, New York Banner
unissued
Stringin’ Along On A Shoe String
(Adams / Lane)
7-21-1933 New York, New York Banner
32829
The River’s Takin’ Care Of Me
(Greer)
7-21-1933 New York, New York Banner
32840
You’re Gonna Lose Your Gal
(Young / Monaco)
9-9-1933 New York, New York Banner
32901

Henry Allen-Coleman Hawkins and their Orchestra

Artist Instrument
Bernard Addison Guitar
Henry Allen Trumpet, Vocals
Coleman Hawkins Tenor Saxophone
Horace Henderson Piano
Edward Inge Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Hilton Jefferson Alto Saxophone
Manzie Johnson Drums
Walter Johnson Drums
John Kirby Brass Bass
Don Kirkpatrick Piano
Benny Morton Trombone
Russell Procope Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Dicky Wells Trombone
Bob Ysaguirre String Bass

Henry Allen-Coleman Hawkins and their Orchestra

Ride Red Ride; The Life Of Henry “Red” Allen by John Chilton, Continuum, 2000

 

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