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I Needs To Be Beed With - Count Basie Orchestra - Basie, One More Time (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jul 02,  · If you like the way he's backing Frank Sinatra, be sure to check out "Count Basie Live At The Sands (Before Frank)", which consists of the tracks Basie played before and in between Sinatra's performance at the Sands in February, The CD had been issued by Reprise in and may be about to go OOP. Sound quality is also very good - basically "Sinatra At The Sands" minus the crappy .
  2. Aug 20,  · Radio script: [Music: "One O’Clock Jump," from Count Basie, The Complete Decca Recordings]. Susan Lewis: Basie had played on the vaudeville circuit and for other bands, but in , One O’Clock Jump was a hit for his own band, the Barons of Rhythm. Bob Craig: That really launched the Basie band on its own. SL: WRTI jazz host Bob Craig. BC: One time on the show 60 Minutes they said, count.
  3. From One To Another A gathering of legendary artists have come together to join the Count Basie Orchestra under the direction of Scotty Barnhart for this historic release celebrating the iconic band from its earliest years, throughout the decades with Sinatra and Ella, and through to today’s contemporary artists.
  4. The Count Basie Orchestra mourns the passing of one of the greatest jazz pianists to ever live. Celebrate Daylight saving time w/ a little Basie “One O'Clock Jump” Lis The account for countbasieofficial needs to be reconnected. Due to Instagram platform changes on June 1, , this Instagram account needs to be reconnected to allow.
  5. motion picture | Made-for-TV programme or made-for-video/DVD release. Medium length film ( minutes). "All of me" by Seymour Simons, Gerald Marks; "Flight of the foo birds", "Li'l darlin'", "Whirly-bird" by Neal Hefti; "The midnight sun will never set" by Dorcas Cochran, Quincy Jones, Henri Salvador; "Blues for Ilean" by Eric Dixon; "I needs to be be'ed with" by Quincy Jones; "April in.
  6. COUNT BASIE WAS the ticking heart of every band he ever led. And if those who listened to Basie's brassy, blasting bands jumped for joy, it was Basie himself, the perpetual catalyst, who always.
  7. The official start of Count Basie's decade-long association with Norman Granz's Pablo label was a bit disappointing, an all-star cast (with trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison, trombonist J.J. Johnson and tenors Eddie Davis and Zoot Sims) playing one blues after another. Reasonably pleasing but uninspired, there would be many better Basie dates Price: $
  8. At the beginning of , after a short period leading an octet, Count Basie was able to rebuild a new and fantastic big band that never stopped playing for more than 30 years! This new band, known as The New Testament Band, recorded its first sessions for Norman Granz's Clef label.
  9. – Count Basie: Shout And Feel It: A2 – Count Basie: The Count Steps In: A3 – Count Basie: I'll Always Be In Love With You: A4 – Count Basie vocal Jimmy Rushing: When My Dreamboat Comes Home: A5 – Count Basie: Bugle Blues: A6 – Count Basie: I Got Rhythm: B1 – Count Basie: One O'Clock Jump: B2 – Count Basie: A Study In Brown: B3 /5(6).

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