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One Oclock Jump - Tony Bennett, Count Basie Orchestra - Tony Bennett & The Count basie Orchestra (CD)

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  1. Tony Bennett With The Count Basie Orchestra: Tony Bennett With The Count Basie Orchestra - The Incomparable Tony Bennett ‎ (CD, Comp) Prism Leisure Corporation: PLATCD UK: Sell This Version.
  2. The Roulette half of the two Bennett/Basie sessions is a band singer's paradise, with the Basie band caught at a robust and swinging peak and Bennett never sounding happier or looser in front of a microphone. The Count himself, alas, appears on piano only on two numbers ("Life Is a Song" and "Jeepers Creepers"), while Bennett's perennial pianist Ralph Sharon takes over on .
  3. Hits such as "One O'Clock Jump" and "Jumpin' at the Woodside" (from and , respectively) helped to gain the band, now known as the Count Basie Orchestra, national and international fame. These tunes were known as "head-arrangements"; not scored in individual parts but made up of riffs memorized by the band's members.
  4. Aug 08,  · One O'Clock Jump - Count Basie Orchestra intro - Count Basie Orchestra Li'l Darlin' - Count Basie Orchestra and Elvis Costello Sweet Georgia Brown - Count Basie Orchestra Strike Up The Band - Count Basie Orchestra Watch What Happens - Count Basie Orchestra, Tony Bennett
  5. The Count Basie Orchestra is a 16 to 18 piece big band, one of the most prominent jazz performing groups of the swing era, founded by the musician known as Count Basie. The band survived the late s decline in big band popularity. In the s and s, it produced notable collaborations with singers such as Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Tony Bennett and Count Basie - Tony Bennett on AllMusic -
  7. In Person! is a album by Tony Bennett, accompanied by the Count Basie Orchestra. The album was originally intended to be a live recording of a November performance at Philadelphia's Latin Casino, but the mono recording of the concert was disregarded by producer Al Ham who wanted the album recorded in stereo. Bennett and Basie were then reunited in .
  8. Count Basie was among the most important bandleaders of the swing era. With the exception of a brief period in the early '50s, he led a big band from until his death almost 50 years later, and the band continued to perform after he died. Basie's orchestra was characterized by a light, swinging rhythm section that he led from the piano, lively ensemble work, and generous soloing.

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