consider, that you are mistaken..

9 comments found

  1. Count Basie & His Orch. - Swingin' The Blues / Going To Chicago Blues mp3 download; Count Basie With Tony Bennett, Sarah Vaughn, George Benson And Joe Williams - Count Basie At Carnegie Hall mp3 download; Count Basie Orchestra + Neal Hefti - Basie mp3 download; Count Basie - Jazz Profile: Count Basie mp3 download.
  2. About Count Basie. Setting the stage with just a 'plunk' or two from his piano, Count Basie's big band in the '30s swung harder than any other, giving the world such talents as Lester Young, Buck Clayton and "Sweets" Edison. That trio, along with the Count himself, created a freewheeling beast featuring sizzling improvs and solos.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Basie Jam on Discogs. Label: Pablo Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Count Basie - Basie Jam (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. Even after the loss of Lester Young, the Count Basie Orchestra was still in fine form on the recordings on this CD, which end right before Pearl Harbor. Trombonist Dicky Wells is mostly absent (he would be back) and Helen Humes had departed (replaced temporarily by singer Lynne Sherman).Meanwhile, Buck Clayton had blossomed as a writer (as can be heard on "Fiesta in Blue"), the band recorded.
  5. Oct 15,  · COUNT BASIE Excerpts from the oddly titled "Dance of the Gremlins" (thanks to mfb & mbdavis for the song I.D.), and "Swingin' the Blues", c. This is some of the HOTTEST big band.
  6. Count Basie and His Orchestra Play the Music of Benny Carter. Kansas City Suite & The Legend by Count Basie () by Count Basie, Thad Jones, et al. |
  7. Feb 18,  · Performer(s): «Count Basie» «Swinging the Blues» Audio: Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 Kbps Album: «99 Hits: Count Basie Vol 2» by «Count Basie .
  8. A Portrait Of An Orchestra is a big band music album recording by COUNT BASIE released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. No release results found: showing artist results instead. The Complete Atomic Basie Parlophone
  9. Since I first got the cassette, I've gotten more deeply into the Count, and my ears tell me that a lot of this recording is the '50s New Testament Basie Orchestra, and some I'm pretty sure is from the '30s-early-'40s band. Some of it is small ensemble, even as small as piano-bass-drums trio/5(2).

Leave comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *.