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National Jazz Museum, Apple to Release “The Savory Collection, Vol. 1”

Available Oct. 14

"The Savory Collection, Vol. 1" will be available Oct. 14

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, New York, and Apple Music have partnered up to release The Savory Collection, Volume 1 – Body and Soul: Coleman Hawkins and Friends, an 18-track collection featuring never-before-heard material by swing-era jazz artists recorded between 1936 and 1940 and taped from radio broadcasts by sound engineer Bill Savory. The album will be released on Oct. 14.

Featuring tracks by Coleman Hawkins and his orchestra, such as “Body and Soul” and “Dinah,” and a Lionel Hampton jam session, as well as recordings by Ella Fitzgerald, Fats Waller, Carl Kress and Emilio Caceres, the album, which was produced by Loren Schoenberg, founding director and senior scholar of the National Jazz Museum, and Ken Druker, includes notes by historian-filmmaker Ken Burns.

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