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Count Basie And Illinois Jacquet - Boogie Woogie (1945-1946) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Clef Records was an American jazz record label founded by Norman Granz in It became part of Verve Records, which Granz created in Clef recordings were, in the mid s, licensed to Columbia (UK) who issued 78rpm discs with a special white label and the Clef logo.
  2. COUNT BASIE. Recorded at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island on July 7, At Newport. Swingin' at Newport. Japanese import Vinyl LP. Verve Polydor Japan UMV Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. William "Count" Basie (August 21, – April 26, ) was a jazz pianist, organist, composer, and bandleader. As a pianist, he had a distinctive and influential style (the song title "Splanky" is an onomatopoetic reference to the sound of his playing), equally at home in .
  4. Dec 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Count Basie - Boogie Woogie YouTube Count Basie and his Orchestra - Good Time Blues - Duration: Lucas Ferrari Jazz , views.
  5. Illinois Jacquet and Roy Eldrige also shine on this record, on the killer rendition of One O'clock Jump. They were both at the height of their powers here and really burnt it up. Both of them are the real stars of the One O'clock Jump. Don't forget the Count Basie Orchestra here.4/5(10).
  6. Jan 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Count Basie - Basie Boogie YouTube Show of the Week - Count Basie and his Orchestra () - Duration: yurinickolaevich 1,, views.
  7. Feb 18,  · Performer(s): «Count Basie» «St Louis Boogie» Audio: Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 Kbps Album: «99 Hits: Count Basie Vol 1» by «Count Basie» Genre et sous style: Jazz.
  8. The entire presentation had changed considerably in just a couple of years. Arrangers had a lot to do with such rapid transformation, along with creative young players like J.J. Johnson, Paul Gonsalves and Illinois Jacquet. Basie himself was maturing already into that famously glib, tinkling pianist who could and did occasionally play his ass.
  9. Boogie Woogie is a compilation album containing four inch, 78 rpm records of Boogie-woogie music. The songs on the album were recorded over a period of three years from to , then released in on this compilation album by Columbia Records (C44). Artists featured on the album include Harry James, Count Basie, Big Joe Turner, and the three prominent boogie-woogie pianists .