Earl Coleman

Earl Coleman

Profile:
American jazz singer.
Born : August 12, 1925 in Port Huron, Michigan.
Died : July 12, 1995 in New York City (Manhattan), New York.

Earl worked with : Ernie Fields, Bardu Alì (1939), Jay McShann (1943), Earl Hines, Billy Eckstine, King Kolax, Charlie Parker, Howard McGhee, Fats Navarro, Max Roach, Gene Ammons, Art Farmer, Sonny Rollins, Gigi Gryce, Don Byas, Billy Taylor, Frank Foster, Elmo Hope and others.
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Artist

Earl Coleman Discography Tracks

Albums

Earl Coleman Returns (Album) Prestige US 1956 Sell This Version
32-085 Sonny Rollins Quartet With Earl Coleman Sonny Rollins Quartet With Earl Coleman - Tour De Force(LP, Album) Esquire 32-085 UK 1958 Sell This Version
Earl Coleman Love Songs (Album) Atlantic US 1968 Sell This Version
Xanadu 147 Earl Coleman A Song For You(LP, Album) Xanadu Records Xanadu 147 US 1978 Sell This Version
XANADU 175 Earl Coleman There's Something About An Old Love(LP) Xanadu Records XANADU 175 US 1983 Sell This Version
ST 243 Earl Coleman Stardust(LP, Album) Stash Records ST 243 US 1984 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

1019 Charlie Parker Quintet* / Earl Coleman Charlie Parker Quintet* / Earl Coleman - Dewey Square / This Is Always(Shellac, 10") Dial Records (3) 1019 US 1947 Sell This Version
753 Earl Coleman And His All Stars, Earl Coleman Earl Coleman And His All Stars, Earl Coleman - Stranger In Town / Yardbird Suite(Shellac, 10") Dial Records (3) 753 US 1948 Sell This Version
1014 The Charlie Parker Quartet Featuring Earl Coleman, Erroll Garner The Charlie Parker Quartet Featuring Earl Coleman, Erroll Garner - Bird's Nest / Dark Shadows(Shellac, 10") Dial Records (3) 1014 US 1949 Sell This Version
872 Earl Coleman With Linton Garner's All-Stars Earl Coleman With Linton Garner's All-Stars - Don't Bring Your Troubles To Me(Shellac, 10") Atlantic 872 US 1949 Sell This Version
Earl Coleman, Gene Ammons Earl Coleman, Gene Ammons - This Is Always (Single) Prestige US 1955 Sell This Version

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