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One O Clock Jump - Count Basie - Historische Aufnahmen (CD)

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  1. – Count Basie & His Orchestra* One O'Clock Jump: 6 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Good Morning Blues Vocals – Jimmy Rushing: 7 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Swingin' At The Daisy Chain: 8 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* John's Idea: 9 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Don't You Miss Your Baby Vocals – Jimmy.
  2. One O' Clock Jump, an album by Count Basie on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. In addition to the title track and a short version of One O'clock Jump the EP boasted two enjoyable duets with Joe Williams & Ella Fitzgerald (Every Day I Have the Blues, Party Blues) and a spirited vocal by Ella (April in Paris) Any Basie fan knows that the term One O'Clock Jump can cover a multitude of CD and LP titles in addition to the /5(15).
  4. I fist started collecting back in the s and the EP "Basie's Back in Town" was an early gift or purchase. In addition to the title track and a short version of One O'clock Jump the EP boasted two enjoyable duets with Joe Williams & Ella Fitzgerald (Every Day I Have the Blues, Party Blues) and a spirited vocal by Ella (April in Paris) Any Basie fan knows that the term One O'Clock Jump can /5(15).
  5. Aug 21,  · By the time Count Basie and his band went into the recording studio on July 7th, , they'd already made a handful of records, but "One O'Clock Jump" was the tune that caught on .
  6. 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.
  7. By Count Basie / arrangement re-created by Jeff Hest. Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score & Parts. You want Count Basie? Nothing says Basie more than the original "One O'Clock Jump" arrangement recreated here by Jeff Hest. Meticulously notated with Basie's simple but timeless piano solo plus transcribed solos for tenors 1 and 2, trombone, trumpet, bass.
  8. One O'Clock Jump The Count Basie Orchestra. date: The saxophones change their riff to a melody usually recognized as the theme of "One O'clock Jump." The other riffs remain the same. Chorus Ten. The saxophones change again, to a simple, unharmonized riff. The drummer reinforces the trombone chord with a sharp accent on the snare drum.

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