Category: Classic Rock


    1. Sagore

      Though the cover photo shows Count Basie with two lavishly dressed Brits, the recording was made in its entirety from a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden. As far as the music, it represents the Basie band in a classic time period, playing many well-known, long .
    2. Tojagami

      The Comeback - Live At The Newport Jazz Festival, , a song by Count Basie, Joe Williams on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
    3. Yosar

      Recorded July 7, at the Newport Jazz Festival, Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island. Track 5 was originally recorded for Decca in Tracks 6, 7 were originally cut at the legendary Jones-Smith Inc. session of
    4. Felar

      Count Basie At Newport finally ends with their exciting full-length version of The One O'Clock Jump, while the digitally-remastered edition has four unissued tracks featur-ing Joe Williams. This live event would be an extraordinary night that no one wanted to end, as Basie and the grandstand reunion would close The Newport Jazz Festival/5(4).
    5. Tygorisar

      Duke Ellington's appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival has long been famous, and justifiably so. Paul Gonsalves' chorus tenor solo on "Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo in Blue" practically started a riot at Newport and made headlines around the guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo: $
    6. Kigarg

      Count Basie at Newport is a live album by jazz musician Count Basie and his orchestra. It was originally issued as Verve MGV and included only the tracks and Tracks originally included in Count Basie & Joe Williams/Dizzy Gillespie & Mary Lou Williams at Newport .
    7. Dot

      Compact disc. Program notes by Bill Simon and Phil Schaap in container. Performer(s): Count Basie, piano and leader, with his band, and with Jimmy Rushing and Joe Williams, vocals ; Lester Young and Illinois Jacquet, saxophones ; Jo Jones, drums ; Roy Eldridge, trumpet. Event notes: Recorded July 7, at the Newport Jazz Festival. Description.
    8. Akinokasa

      Recorded on the last evening of the famed jazz festival on 7 July , Count Basie at Newport" brought down a house of listeners and still delights. It returned to the band the incomparable Lester Young and Jimmy Rushing, the band's original vocalist/5(21).

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