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One OClock Jump - Count Basie - Count Basie (Vol.1) (CD)

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  1. May 30,  · “One O’Clock Jump” was composed by Count Basie in , in collaboration with saxophonist Buster Smith and arranger Eddie Durham. Basie had been a member of a band led by pianist Benny Moten for several years. When Moten died in , Basie took over the band and developed it as his own. The first theme.
  2. 8. One O'Clock Jump 9. Jamboree I Don't Like You No More From Coast To Coast April In Paris Every Day I Have The Blues Too Close For Comfort (alt. take) Basie's Back In Town Party Blues One O'Clock Jump (alt. take) Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman .
  3. Whatever the origins, "One O'Clock Jump" was recorded by the Basie band for Decca Records on July 7, , and on hearing it later that summer, audiences simply took it as an invitation to dance; and, as this was the era in which dancing was what one did when listening to jazz, "One O'Clock Jump.
  4. One O'Clock Jump: The Very Best of Count Basie is an excellent compilation made of 14 tunes recorded between and , an interesting choice when one considers that the years of these performances begin with the historic recording of "Oh, Lady Be Good" issued in in the midst of the Depression and extend through to the title cut, which was recorded as America was enmeshed in WWII.6/
  5. One O'Clock Jump spotlights many of Count Basie's best-known and most popular performances for Decca Records between and Figuring prominently in both the Basie-led orchestra and small combos are Lester Young and Herschel Evans on tenors, trumpeters Buck Clayton and Harry "Sweets" Edison, and blues shouter Jimmy Rushing, not to mention the All-American Rhythm Section of Basie 5/5(3).
  6. This track CD, comprised of the contents of two Basie compilation LPs from and , is a real treat for the bandleader's fans and for big-band swing enthusiasts in general. Basie's work is represented in two distinct periods at OKeh and Columbia Records, from , and /5(4).
  7. 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 .
  8. Columbia Records must have sensed that something was stirring commercially and musically around Count Basie at about this time, for One O'Clock Jump was the third LP reissue of Basie's work in under two years. A superb compilation of Basie sides from his years with Columbia Records, dating between and , mostly instrumental and all of it extremely inviting, including "These Foolish Brand: Sony.

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