09.22.2013 | By Jack Rico |
I am a major fan of Ben Webster‘s music. His rendition of “When I Fall In Love” is love in its purest essence. When I found out Coleman Hawkins had recorded an album with Webster, well, you can just imagine my excitement to see if the meeting of two of the greatest saxophone tenors in jazz history was musical bliss. To boot, Oscar Peterson, my favorite jazz pianist is the pianist at-large. What a trio. Does it really get any better than them?