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Count Basie - Count Basie Vol.VI-1946, 1950/1951 "The Orchestra And The Octet" album download

Performer:

Count Basie

Title:

Count Basie Vol.VI-1946, 1950/1951 "The Orchestra And The Octet"

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1737 mb

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Rating:

4.9 ✱

Date of release:

1986

Count Basie - Count Basie Vol.VI-1946, 1950/1951 "The Orchestra And The Octet" album download

Tracklist

A1 The Mad Boogie 2:53
A2 Lazy Lady Blues 3:03
A3 Rambo 3:18
A4 Stay Cool 3:08
A5 The King 3:06
A6 Hob Nail Boogie 2:22
A7 Danny Boy 3:08
B1 Mutton Leg 3:15
B2 Stay On It 3:24
B3 Wild Bill's Boogie 2:29
B4 Fla-Ga-La-Pa 3:03
B5 Don't Ever Let Me Be Yours 3:00
B6 Goodbye, Baby 2:14
B7 Neal's Deal 2:43
C1 Bluebeard Blues 3:02
C2 Golden Bullet 2:24
C3 You're My Baby, You 2:53
C4 Songs Of The Islands 2:49
C5 These Foolish Things 2:58
C6 I'm Confessin' 3:09
C7 One O'Clock Jump 2:54
C8 I Ain't Got Nobody 3:07
D1 Little White Lies 3:14
D2 I'll Remember April 2:34
D3 Tootsie 2:48
D4 Howzit 2:54
D5 Nails 3:26
D6 Little Pony 2:26
D7 Beaver Junction 2:55

Notes

Part of a series put out by CBS on "Jazzotheque". This series of Count Basie includes:
Count Basie Vol. I - 1936 and 1939 "The Count and The President"
Count Basie Vol. II - 1939-1940 "Lester Leaps In"
Count Basie Vol. III - 1940-1941 "Don For Prez"
Count Basie Vol. IV - 1941-1942 "One O'Clock Jump"
Count Basie Vol. V - 1942, 1944-1946 "Avenue C"
Count Basie Vol. VI - 1946, 1950/1951 "The Orchestra and The Octet" (This release)

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Count Basie: The Orchestra and the Octet. Wardell Gray's showcase "Little Pony" is considered a classic)

The orchestra was re-established commercially by the 1955 album Count Basie 'Swings - Joe Williams Sings' (released on Clef Records), particularly by the single 'Every Day (I Have the Blues),' which reached the top five of the R & B charts and was later inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Another key recording of this period was an instrumental reading of 'April in Paris' that made the pop Top 40 and the R & B Top Ten in early 1955. Count Basie: The Orchestra and the Octet (RCA Records 1946). 1-3 (RCA Records 1947). Dance Parade (Columbia Records 1950). Count Basie at the Piano (Decca Records 1950). Paradise Squat (Verve Records 1952). Count Basie, Lester Young - Live at Birdland (Jazz Panorama Records 1952). Dance Session (Clef Records 1952). Count Basie and His Orchestra Collates (Mercury Records 1952). King of Swing (Verve Records 1953).

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