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in 1929, Coleman Hawkins did a recording with The Mound City Blue Blowers called HELLO LOLA. His tenor solo was really hot - and I am not a tenor-fan, but this one stayed in my mind ever since I first heard it. DAVE
 

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I always thought the Johnny Hodges/Dizzy Gillespie recording of Squatty Roo was interesting because it's not what you're likely to think of when you think of Hodges, and yet Jeep is right there hanging with Diz.
 

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I was going to comment that I don't usually like uptempo solos (I prefer e.g., double-time in slower tunes because of the greater rhythmic flexibility that it allows), but this is really quite incredible.

Their ability to copy from, complement, and expand on each others' ideas at that tempo is insane!
 
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