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Sent For You Yesterday - Count Basie Band* - Mainstream Jazz: Swing (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Count Basie and his Band defines the swing era, essentially they swung the blues, with a rock solid rhythm section and the great Lester Young on saxophone (the whole supporting cast is solid, including trumpet player Harry 'Sweets' Edison). Jazz was popular dance music way back when and Basie .
  2. An early trio session by Lester Young – recorded with Buddy Rich on drums! The record also features an obscure pianist named "Aye Guy" – Nat King Cole under another name! Guy and Young trade lines in a very nicely relaxed format, and even though the record's mostly all standards, the group works well with the material. The one original track – "Back To The Land" – is a live improvised.
  3. Collecting the complete recordings from Decca made between and , this is an essential addition to any jazz lover's collection. Count Basie was one of the early giants of the big band era, bringing together some of the best players and devising new ways of arranging both the music and the players to provide some classic tunes which were fresh and novel at the time, and remain fresh today/5(28).
  4. There’s a tremendous blues shouting performance by Jimmy Rushing on the classic “Sent For You Yesterday” which is a number I just can’t get out of my head at present. big band, Chu Berry, Count Basie, Herschel Evans, jazz, Jimmy Rushing, Lester Young, swing. 9 comments: ripped from vinyl. Some cuts are a bit on the rough side.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for 16 Great Performances - Count Basie, The Mills Brothers on AllMusic -
  6. COUNT BASIE 6X LP JAZZ LOT ME & YOU KING SWING SHOWTIME THE COUNT SWINGING COUNT BASIE 6X - $ Lot of 3 COUNT BASIE Vinyl LP Record Albums The Swinging Count The Greatest Lot of 3 - $ COUNT BASIE DECCA SENT FOR YOU YESTERDAY SWINGING THE BLUES BIG BANDS COUNT BASIE DECCA - $
  7. The following reference materials used for this discography were All Of Me – The Complete Discography Of Louis Armstrong by Jos Willems (Scarecrow Press, ); Bing – His Legendary Years (Discography used for the booklet in the 4 CD set MCA); Count Basie: A Bio-Discography by Chris Sheridan (Greenwood Press); Ella.
  8. The album Count Basie Swings -- Joe Williams Sings '55 was one of the most successful jazz records of the decade and should have been a huge pop hit, but this kind of music was no longer getting much radio play: drummer Sonny Payne (b 4 May NYC; d 29 June ), bassist Eddie Jones (b 1 March , Red Bank; d 31 May ) contributed to a.
  9. Count Basie 20 Greatest Hits German vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. Moten Swing 2. Shout And Feel It 3. The Me And You Used To Be 4. The Count Steps In 5. I'll Always Be In Love With You 6. When My Dream-Boat Comes Home 7. Swing Brother Swing 8. Down For The Double 9. Rockin' The Blues Wiggle Woogie Andy's.

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