Count Basies Orkester - One O'Clock Jump / Honeysuckle Rose / Blue And Sentimental / Swinging The Blues album flac
Title: One O'Clock Jump / Honeysuckle Rose / Blue And Sentimental / Swinging The Blues
Style: Big Band, Swing
MP3 album: 1432 mb
FLAC album: 1424 mb
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One O'Clock Jump is a 1957 album by the Count Basie Orchestra, arranged by Ernie Wilkins and featuring vocalist Joe Williams on seven of the ten tracks. Ella Fitzgerald is featured in duet with Williams on the first track, "Too Close for Comfort", arranged by Edgar Sampson. One O'Clock Jump", "Jamboree" and "From Coast to Coast" are instrumentals by the Count Basie Orchestra.
Count Basie and His Orchestra - Blue and Sentimental. Count Basie - Red Bank Boogie. Count Basie - Good Morning Blues. Count Basie - One O'Clock Jump (Live At The Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas/1969). Count Basie - Smack Dab In The Middle. Count Basie - Honeysuckle Rose. Count Basie & His Orchestra - Royal Garden Blues.
Swinging the Blues released: Basie's Bounce released: Count Basie Encounters Oscar Peterson - Satch and Josh released
One O’Clock Jump was composed by Count Basie in 1937, in collaboration with saxophonist Buster Smith and arranger Eddie Durham. Basie had been a member of a band led by pianist Benny Moten for several years. When Moten died in 1935, Basie took over the band and developed it as his own. The first theme song of the Count Basie Orchestra was Moten Blues. This was followed for a short period of time by a slow number rendered by saxophonist Herschel Evans titled Blue and Sentimental, which would then replaced by One O’Clock Jump after its immediate success.
Count Basie And His Orchestra – One O'Clock Jump. Label: Columbia Special Products – JCL 997. Series: Columbia Records Collectors' Series –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Reissue.
|A1||One O'Clock Jump|
|B1||Blue And Sentimental|
|B2||Swinging The Blues|
- Printed By – AB Nottrycks Lito
NotesMade In England.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): BFF.5
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): BFF.6