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Every Tub

by Count Basie

William "Count" Basie (1904-1984) in 1935 leads Bennie Moten's orchestra (after Moten's death in a car crash). Since then, his band will present immortal masterpieces of jazz and soloists such as Walter Page, Jo Jones and Lester Young.
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. Jumping At The Woodside
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2. One O'Clock Jump
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3. Swingin' In The Blues
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2:46 album only
4. Topsy
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5. Every Tub
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6. Jive At Five
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7. Texas Shuffle
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8. Fiesta In Blue
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9. One O'Clock Jump
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10. Basie Blues
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3:09 album only
11. Mutton Leg
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3:24 album only
12. It's Sand, Man
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13. Wild Bill's Boogie
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14. Blackout Blues
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15. Seventh Avenue Express
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16. Mr.Robert's Roost
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William "Count" Basie (1904-1984) in 1935 leads Bennie Moten's orchestra (after Moten's death in a car crash). Since then, his band will present immortal masterpieces of jazz and soloists such as Walter Page, Jo Jones and Lester Young.
During the 1950s Basie forms a new group featuring arranger and composer Neal Hefti.
He dies in 1984 but his band and his music are still touring the world.


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John Greenspan

Excellent Basic Basie
If you don't have any early Count Basie in your collection or you wore out your old LPs, check this out. Many of his great performances are here in decent sound.