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8 thoughts on “ Rockin The Blues - Count Basie & His Orchestra* - Count Basie & His Orchestra (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Aug 20,  · The Count Basie Orchestra, today directed by Scotty Barnhart, has won every respected jazz poll in the world at least once, won 18 Grammy Awards, performed for Kings, Queens, and other world Royalty, appeared in several movies, television shows, at every major jazz festival and major concert hall in the world.
  2. Count Basie And His Orchestra* - Blues By Basie (LP, Comp, Mono) $ + $ shipping. COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA DL LP RECORD ALBUM DECCA. $ + $ shipping. Count Basie & His Orchestra Basie Plays Hefti Lp Emus Records ES $ + $ shipping. Details about COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA THE ABC COLLECTION VINYL emfolpartlictioplos.wabnostneltagsgasidedenbuconkinghind.infoinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra celebrates 85 years of classic Basie swing! This historic orchestra, directed by Scotty Barnhart, brings to Benaroya Hall such seminal big band hits as “April in Paris,” “One O’ Clock Jump,” “Li’l Darlin” and “Shiny Stockings.” Winners of 18 Grammy Awards and known as “the most explosive force in jazz,” they will be joined by vocalist.
  4. Count Basie • Blues By Basie This mono LP record album was released by Columbia Jazz Odyssey Records PC in this album was originally released with the same title in as Columbia CL The tracks were recorded between and /5(4).
  5. – Count Basie Orchestra: Mine, Too (Take 1C) 13 – Count Basie Orchestra: Mine, Too (Take 1D) 14 – Count Basie Orchestra: Walking Slow Behind You: 15 – Count Basie Orchestra: Normania (Blee Blop Blues) 16 – Count Basie Orchestra: Rocky Mountain Blues: 17 – Count Basie Orchestra: Slider (Take 2)
  6. Count Basie led “The Band That Plays the Blues,” and indeed his band did in its own swinging style for decades, propelling one of the major movements in American music. Long heralded as a giant of jazz, Basie built on a foundation of blues that was always evident in his music. He played blues piano with an easy, economical touch, wrote or revamped an impressive cache of blues and jump.
  7. The song Swingin' the Blues was written by Count Basie and Eddie Durham and was first recorded by Count Basie and His Orchestra in It was covered by Clark Terry - Frank Wess, Örbyhus Swing Boys, The Gene Harris All Star Big Band, Johnny Otis and His Orchestra and other artists.

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