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  • Count Basie and his Orchestra live at the North Sea Jazz Festival • 13-07-1979 • World of Jazz

    57:04

    The second concert of bandleader/pianist William ‘Count’ Basie and his Count Basie Orchestra at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1979 features great solos by bassist John Clayton and drummer Butch Miles.
    Basie did two concerts at the festival, one month before his 75th birthday.
    This is the second concert with some great solos by John Clayton, Butch Miles, Freddie Green, Sonny Cohn and Danny Turner.

    William James ‘Count’ Basie, born August 21, 1904, was a great bandleader, pianist and composer. He formed his own orchestra, the Count Basie Orchestra, in 1935 and led the orchestra for almost 50 years, until his death on April 26, 1984.

    The Orchestra:
    • Count Basie: piano
    • John Clayton, bass
    • Butch Miles, drums
    • Freddie Green, guitar,
    • Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Ray Brown, Paul Cohen, trumpet
    • Bill Hughes, Mel Wanzo, Mitchell Wood Jr, Dennis Wilson, trombone
    • Eric Dixon, Charlie Fowlkes, Kenny Hing, Bobby Plater, Danny Turner, saxophone
    • Dennis Rowland, vocals

    Recorded on 14 July 1979 at the Congresgebouw, The Hague, the Netherlands by AVRO TV

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  • Count Basie and his Orchestra live at the North Sea Jazz Festival • 13-07-1979 • World of Jazz

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    The first concert of bandleader/pianist William ‘Count’ Basie and his Count Basie Orchestra at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1979 features great solos by bassist John Clayton and drummer Butch Miles.
    Basie did two concerts at the festival, one month before his 75th birthday.
    This is the first concert with some great solos by John Clayton, Butch Miles, Freddie Green, Sonny Cohn and Danny Turner

    The Orchestra:
    • Count Basie: piano
    • John Clayton, bass
    • Butch Miles, drums
    • Freddie Green, guitar,
    • Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Ray Brown, Paul Cohen, trumpet
    • Bill Hughes, Mel Wanzo, Mitchell Wood Jr, Dennis Wilson, trombone
    • Eric Dixon, Charlie Fowlkes, Kenny Hing, Bobby Plater, Danny Turner, saxophone
    • Dennis Rowland, vocals

    The repertoire:
    Wind Machine
    Shiny Stockings
    John The III
    There Will Never Be Another You
    Good Time Blues
    April In Paris
    I Can't Get Started
    In A Mellotone
    Easy Living
    9.20 Special
    Good Mileage
    Splanky

    Recorded on 17 July 1979 at the Congresgebouw, The Hague, the Netherlands by AVRO TV

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  • Show of the Week - Count Basie and his Orchestra

    43:35

  • The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra at New Trier Jazz Fest 2019

    1:34:53

    The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra with special guest Joey DeFrancesco at New Trier's 36th Annual Jazz Festival

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  • Count Basie Orchestra - Full Concert - 08/19/90 - Newport Jazz Festival

    1:9:23

    Count Basie Orchestra - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/19/1990 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Hey Jim
    0:04:39 - Blues In Hoss' Flat
    0:10:50 - Everything Happens To Me
    0:15:24 - We Be Jammin'
    0:19:18 - Don't Burst My Bubble
    0:24:06 - Young And Foolish
    0:29:31 - See See Rider
    0:31:37 - Wurlibird
    0:37:36 - Without A Song
    0:41:58 - Skylark
    0:47:25 - On Green Dolphin Street
    0:51:51 - How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
    0:57:42 - I Only Have Eyes For You
    1:00:36 - Basie's Bag
    1:04:22 - April In Paris

  • Count Basie Orchestra Shiny Stockings

    5:09

    Composer-Frank Foster
    Arranger-Sammy Nestico

    Bill Hughes-Leader
    Trumpets:
    Scotty Barnhart
    Mike Williams
    Shawn Edmonds
    Endre Rice 
    Trombones:
    Clarence Banks
    Dave Keim
    Alvin Walker
    Barry Cooper-Bass Trombone
    Marshall McDonald-Alto Sax
    Grant Langford-Alto Sax
    Doug Lawrence-Tenor Sax
    Doug Miller-Tenor Sax
    John Williams-Baritone Sax
    Tony Suggs -Piano
    Will Matthews-Guitar
    James Leary-Bass
    Butch Miles-Drums

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  • Count Basie Live At Birdland, New York City - 1952

    29:21

    Count Basie recorded live at Birdland, 52nd Street, New York City, July 2 1956, as broadcast as part of the weekly All-Star Parade of Jazz series on NBC Radio.

    At a time when Big-Bands had fallen largely out of favor in a live setting – due to changing tastes and the increasingly prohibitive economics of putting a Big Band on the road, Count Basie’s band was one of the few still flourishing and still high on the popularity charts. Along with Duke Ellington, Count Basie had a treasure trove of sidemen who were notable artists in their own right, who enjoyed solo and small group endeavors outside the regular framework of the band. It was also the wide-ranging style of the band, folding Big-Band in with jump-Blues and employing stand-out Blues vocalists like Joe Williams and Jimmy Rushing, made it a band that kept things fresh and current. They could be nostalgic if they wanted to be, but with contemporary classics like April In Paris in the book, and with the wave in popularity of Rock n’ Roll and Rhythm & Blues – Basie was keeping up with trends.
    It was this freshness of approach that made the Basie band popular throughout the rest of the world around this time. Tours of the UK eventually became European tours and audiences, particularly in France where Basie was hailed and played sold-out venues everywhere, signified a new chapter and a whole new appreciation for his work.
    Count Basie’s influence on Jazz and early Rock n’ Roll can’t be underestimated. It was this overall willingness to try new things that made Count Basie the household name and the Icon he became.
    (Pastdaily).

    -Setlist???:
    Intro
    Sixteen Men Swinging

  • Count Basie - Have A Nice Day

    34:36

  • The Great Guitars: Barney Kessel, Charlie Byrd and Herb Ellis • 11-07-1982 • World of Jazz

    1:10:47

    Three of the all time greatest jazz guitarists perform their unique skills on the guitar:

    Barney Kessel, born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA on October 17, 1923 was known for his chord-based melodies and was a prolific member of the so-called ‘Wrecking Crew’ group of musicians that accompanied and played on records as diverse as The Mamas & Papas, Sonny & Cher and The Beach Boys.
    He was voted best guitarist in Down Beat Magazine in 1956, 1957 and 1958 and recorded numerous albums. The Gibson Guitar Corporation introduced the Barney Kessel model guitar in 1961 to honour his skills. Barney died on May 6, 2004.

    Herb Ellis was an American guitarist who probably was best known as member of Oscar Peterson’s Trio in the 1950’s. He was born on August 4, 1921 as Mitchell Herbert Ellis. He played with Jimmy Dorsey’s band and played on numerous Verve records supporting jazz giants like Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. Herb died on March 20, 2010.

    Charlie Byrd was one of America’s greatest guitarists. Born on September 16, 1925 in Suffolk, Virginia, he was strongly influenced by Django Reinhardt’s style and Brazilian bossa nova.
    He played in Woody Herman’s band in the late 1950’s and recorded ‘Jazz Samba’ with Stan Getz. Also he recorded the famous bossa nova albums with João Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Byrd died on December 2, 1999.

    The three great guitarists are accompanied by Joe Byrd, Charlie’s brother, on bass and Chuch Redd on drums

    The repertoire included:

    • It's the talk of the town by Marty Symes, Al J. Nieburg, Jerry Livingston;
    • Undecided by Sid Robin, Charlie Shavers;
    • A felicidade by Vinicius de Moraes, Antonio Carlos Jobim;
    • Manha de carnaval by Antonio Mariz, Luis Bonfá;
    • Nuages by Django Reinhardt;
    • Goin' out of my head by Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein;
    • Flyin' home by Sid Robin, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman.
    *Speak Low
    *Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out.

    The concert was taped on 17 July 1982 in the Congress Gebouw, The Hague, The Netherlands during the North Sea Jazz Festival.

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  • Lionel Hampton Big band - In The Mood • 14-07-1978 • World of Jazz

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    Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra at the North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, 14 July 1978.
    ‘In The Mood’ was the encore and finale of his sensational concert as featured in a different video on World Of Jazz.

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  • Count Basie - Basie Boogie

    1:33:47

    Featuring music from Count Basie, an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer.
    By Studio Telescriptions. Studio Films INC, USA

  • Count Basie And His Orchestra - Idaho

    2:21

    Count Basie And His Orchestra
    Idaho
    Basic Basie
    1969

  • Quincy Jones interview # 2, July 12th, 2014, North Sea Jazz Festival, Rotterdam

    8:18

    He made history and talks about it. Legend Quincy Jones (81) - producer, arranger, musician etc. - here with US-journalist/author Ashley Kahn at the North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam at the packed North Sea Jazz Club venue.

  • Ella Fitzgerald - Love Boat - 13 July 1979 • World of Jazz

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    'Love Boat' by Ella Fitzgerald live at the North Sea Jazz Festival 13 July 1979.
    Ella Jane Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917 – June 15, 1996) was an American jazz singer sometimes referred to as the First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz, and Lady Ella. She was noted for her purity of tone, impeccable diction, phrasing, intonation, and a horn-like improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing.

    This concert was recorded at the North Sea Jazz Festival, 13 July 1979.

    The Line up:
    Paul Smith (Piano)
    Keter Betts (Double Bass)
    Mickey Roker (Drums)

    00:03:00 There will never be another you;
    00:05:36 Satin doll;
    00:08:48 Some other spring;
    00:12:40 Make me rainbows;
    00:15:50 Almost like being in love;
    00:19:04 After you gone;
    00:23:57 Gingi;
    00:27:22 Round midnight;
    00:31:27 Ella hums the blues;
    00:40:12 You changed;
    00:43:44 Mr. Paganini;
    00:48:32 Love boat;
    00:52:29 St. Louis blues;
    00:59:10 I've got a crush on you;
    01:04:27 It's been a ball.

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  • The Manhattan Transfer live at the North Sea Jazz Festival • 11-07-1987 • World of Jazz

    1:18:29

    In this full live concert, the American jazz vocal group The Manhattan Transfer perform an extensive collection of their repertoire.
    With their unique blend of voices, the sublime Janis Siegel, Cheryl Bentyne, Alan Paul and Tim Hauser bring the audience to their feet in the The Haque Congress Building at the Netherlands’ North Sea Jazz Festival 1987.
    The concert features many of their well known songs of the nine albums they had released untill 1987. They did songs from ‘Vocalese’, their most recent album at the time, as well as favourites from their earlier albums.

    The following songs (a.o.) are performed:
    • Rambo (John Hendricks/Count Basie)
    • Meet Benny Bailey (Quincy Jones)
    • Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
    • Corner Pocket (Count Basie)
    • Move (Jon Hendricks)
    • Java Jive
    • My Heart’s Desire
    • Gloria (Adam Levy/Esther Navarro)
    • The Boy From New York City
    • Ray’s Rockhouse (Ray Charles)

    In the encore:
    • Birdland (John Hendricks)
    • Embraceable You

    Manhattan Tranfer are:
    • Janis Siegel
    • Cheryl Bentyne
    • Alan Paul
    • Tim Hauser

    The group is accompanied by the Manhattan Tranfer Band featuring:
    • Yaron Gershovsky, bandleader, keyboards
    • Wayne Johnson, guitar
    • Buddy Williams, drums
    • Alex Blake, bass

    Recording date: 11 July, 1987

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  • Hob Nail Boogie / Count Basie and his Orchestra

    2:33

    Hob Nail Boogie
    Count Basie and his Orchestra
    Mercury 89014 (YBC-825-2)

    Count Basie(p,dir) Paul Campbell, Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman(tp) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins(tb) Marshall Royal(as,cl) Ernie Wilkins(as,ts) Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Paul Quinichette(ts) Charlie Fowlkes(bs) Freddie Green(g) Jimmy Lewis(b) Gus Johnson(d)
    Under personal supervision of Norman Granz
    New York, July 22 - 25, 1952
    EQ: 375Hz/-12dB

  • Splanky

    4:22

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Splanky (Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland / July 15, 1977) · Count Basie · Count Basie Big Band

    Montreux '77

    ℗ 1977 Pablo Records

    Released on: 1977-07-15

    Producer, Recording Producer: Norman Granz
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Phil De Lancie
    Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer: Val Valentin
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Duke
    Associated Performer, Drums: Butch Miles
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Freddie Green
    Associated Performer, Piano: Count Basie
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Bobby Plater
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Charlie Fowlkes
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Danny Turner
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Eric Dixon
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Jimmy Forrest
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Al Grey
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Bill Hughes
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Dennis Wilson
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Mel Wanzo
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Bobby Mitchell
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Lyn Biviano
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Sonny Cohn
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Waymon Reed
    Composer Lyricist: Neal Hefti

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  • COUNT BASIE : Good Time Blues

    5:15

    In Paris1980 trombone : Booty Wood, bass : Cleveland Eaton II

  • Count Basie - At Carnegie Hall George Benson, Sarah Vaughan, Tony Bennett 1981

    1:20:16

    Count Basie At Carnegie Hall 1981

    Recorded live at Carnegie Hall in New York City on March 20, 1981

    One of jazz music's greatest legends delivers a spectacular show live from Carnegie Hall on March 20, 1981. Also features Sarah Vaughn, Tony Bennett, George Benson, and Joe Williams

    Tracks
    - Sweet Georgia Brown
    - In A Mellow Tone
    - There’ll Never Be Another You
    - Booty’s Blues

    With Joe Williams
    - Everyday I Have The Blues
    - Goin’ To Chicago
    - Well, All Right, Okay, You Win

    With George Benson
    - Basie, Cip and Me
    - April in Paris
    - One O’Clock Jump

    - Shiny Stockings

    With Tony Bennett
    - Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
    - Sophisticated Lady
    - It Don’t Mean a Thing (if it Ain’t got that Swing)

    With Sarah Vaughan
    - Fascinating Rhythm
    - Indian Summer
    - Just Friends
    - Send in the Clowns
    - Moody’s Mood for Love
    - Roll ‘Em Pete

    All-Star Finale
    - One O’Clock Jump

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  • more hits of the 50s and 60s FULL ALBUM count basie

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    More Hits of the 50's and 60's, Count Basie, on VERVE Records, 1963, Stereo.

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  • Anita ODay And Her Trio • 18-07-1982 • World of Jazz

    31:07

    Exclusive live performance of this elusive American jazzsinger Anita O'Day and her trio at the North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, The Netherlands, 18 July 1982.

    Anita O'Day (born Anita Belle Colton; October 18, 1919 – November 23, 2006) was an American jazz singer widely admired for her sense of rhythm and dynamics, and her early big band appearances that shattered the traditional image of the girl singer.
    Refusing to pander to any female stereotype, O'Day presented herself as a hip jazz musician, wearing a band jacket and skirt as opposed to an evening gown. She changed her surname from Colton to O'Day, pig Latin for dough, slang for money

    Along with Mel Tormé Anita O'Day is often grouped with the West Coast school of jazz.
    See also Mel Tormé's performance elsewhere on World of Jazz.

    Anita O'Day sings:
    Wave (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
    You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (Cole Porter)
    In A Mellow Tone (Duke Ellington)
    A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin)
    They Can't Take That Away From Me ((Ira & George Gershwin)
    Honeysuckle Rose (Fats Waller, Andy Razaf)
    Wave (Reprise) (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

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  • Count Basie - Easin It: Music From The Pen Of Frank Foster

    37:38

    Roulette Records ‎– SR-52106
    1963
    Tracks A1 to A3 recorded in New York City, December 14 & 15, 1960.
    Track B1 recorded in New York City, July 1, 1962.
    Tracks B2 to B4 recorded in New York City, July 25 & 26, 1962.

    A1 Easin' It 0:00
    A2 Brotherly Shove 6:06
    A3 Blues For Daddy-O 9:19
    B1 Four, Five, Six 18:10
    B2 Misunderstood Blues 22:45
    B3 Mama Dev (Blues) 28:47
    B4 It's About That Time 33:23

    Alto Saxophone – Frank Wess, Marshall Royal
    Baritone Saxophone – Charlie Fowlkes
    Clarinet – Marshall Royal
    Composed By – Frank Foster
    Double Bass – Art Davis (tracks: B1), Eddie Jones (tracks: A1 to A3), Ike Isaacs (tracks: B2 to B4)
    Drums – Louis Bellson (tracks: B2 to B4), Sonny Payne (tracks: A1 to B1)
    Flute – Eric Dixon (tracks: B1 to B4), Frank Wess
    Guitar – Freddie Green
    Piano – Count Basie
    Tenor Saxophone – Billy Mitchell (tracks: A1 to A3), Eric Dixon (tracks: B1 to B4), Frank Foster, Frank Wess
    Trombone – Al Grey (tracks: A1 to A3), Benny Powell, Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson (tracks: B1 to B4)
    Trumpet – Al Aarons (tracks: B1 to B4), Flip Ricard (tracks: B1 to B4), Joe Newman (tracks: A1 to A3), Snooky Young (tracks: A1 to A3), Sonny Cohn, Thad Jones

  • Count Basie Orchestra Live @ North Sea Jazz Festival 1991

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    Count Basie Orchestra Live @ North Sea Jazz Festival 1991 conducted by Frank Foster

    00:00 We be Jammin'
    06:30 Lady Carolyn
    11:35 Blues in hoss' flat

  • The Count Basie Orchestra - Basie

    4:31

    The Count Basie Orchestra performing 'Basie' live at the Avalon Theatre in historic Easton, MD on April 26th, 2019.

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  • The Count Basie Orchestra - Basie Power

    3:37

    The Count Basie Orchestra performing 'Basie Power' live at the Avalon Theatre in historic Easton, MD on April 26th, 2019.

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  • Count Basie Band - 9/15/21

    3:11

    The Count Basie Band Live
    Birdland 9/15/21 NYC

  • Count Basie And His Orchestra

    6:34

    Count Basie And His Orchestra Live


    William '' Count '' Basie, who would become the Leader of one of the most extraordinary Jazz orchestras in all of history and would have made an absolute model of '' Swing Band '' to be emulated.

    William Allen ''Count'' Basie
    B. August 21, 1924, New Jersey
    D. April 26, 1984, Florida

    1. Far Cry
    2. Robbins' Nest

    Count Basie And His Orchestra:
    Emmett Berry, Harry Edison,
    Jimmy Nottingham, Clark Terry (tp),
    Ted Donnelly, George Matthews,
    Bill Johnson, Dicky wells (tb),
    Earle Warren, Bernie peacock (as),
    Wardell Gray, Paul Gonsalves (ts),
    Jack Washington (bs), Count Basie (p),
    Freddie Green (gt), Singleton Palmer (b),
    Shadow Wilson (dm)
    New York 1948 ''Live''

  • Roosevelt Jazz at the 2018 North Sea Jazz Festival

    1:4:43

    Roosevelt Jazz opens day 2 of the North Sea Jazz Festival in Ahoy, Rotterdam. July 14, 2018.

  • Jumpin At The Woodside - Count Basie

    3:39

    Basie In London
    Recorded live in Gothenburg, Sweden, not London, England
    Sep.7, 1956

  • tineke postma 2009 north sea jazz festival part 2

    4:46

    second part of the tune 'yes we can' from the north sea jazz festival on the 11th of July 2009. With Scott Colley on Bass, Geri Allen on Keyboard and Tery Lyne Carrington on Drums

  • Count B̲a̲s̲i̲e̲ O̲r̲c̲h̲e̲s̲t̲r̲a̲ – B̲a̲s̲i̲e̲ At̲ B̲i̲r̲d̲l̲a̲n̲d̲ ̲

    1:14:08

    tracks:
    0:00:02 L̲i̲t̲t̲l̲e̲ ̲P̲o̲n̲y̲
    0:04:49 ̲B̲a̲s̲i̲e̲
    0:05:27 ̲B̲l̲u̲e̲s̲ ̲B̲a̲c̲k̲s̲t̲a̲g̲e̲
    0:10:46 ̲B̲l̲e̲e̲ ̲B̲l̲o̲p̲ ̲B̲l̲u̲e̲s̲
    0:13:03 ̲W̲h̲i̲r̲l̲y̲-̲B̲i̲r̲d̲ ̲(̲V̲o̲c̲a̲l̲ ̲V̲e̲r̲s̲i̲o̲n̲)̲
    0:16:52 ̲O̲n̲e̲ ̲O̲'̲C̲l̲o̲c̲k̲ ̲J̲u̲m̲p̲ ̲(̲T̲h̲e̲m̲e̲)̲
    0:17:42 ̲G̲o̲o̲d̲ ̲T̲i̲m̲e̲ ̲B̲l̲u̲e̲s̲
    0:24:17 ̲S̲e̲g̲u̲e̲ ̲I̲n̲ ̲C̲
    0:33:56 ̲O̲n̲e̲ ̲O̲'̲C̲l̲o̲c̲k̲ ̲J̲u̲m̲p̲
    0:38:40 ̲E̲a̲s̲i̲n̲'̲ ̲I̲t̲
    0:44:16 ̲A̲ ̲L̲i̲t̲t̲l̲e̲ ̲T̲e̲m̲p̲o̲,̲ ̲P̲l̲e̲a̲s̲e̲
    0:47:23 ̲C̲o̲r̲n̲e̲r̲ ̲P̲o̲c̲k̲e̲t̲
    0:52:31 ̲I̲ ̲N̲e̲e̲d̲ ̲T̲o̲ ̲B̲e̲ ̲B̲e̲e̲'̲d̲ ̲W̲i̲t̲h̲
    0:56:05 ̲D̲i̲s̲c̲o̲m̲m̲o̲t̲i̲o̲n̲
    1:07:54 ̲S̲e̲g̲u̲e̲ ̲I̲n̲ ̲C̲ ̲(̲A̲l̲t̲e̲r̲n̲a̲t̲e̲ ̲T̲a̲k̲e̲)̲
    1:08:29 ̲W̲h̲i̲r̲l̲y̲-̲B̲i̲r̲d̲
    1:09:20 ̲O̲n̲e̲ ̲O̲'̲C̲l̲o̲c̲k̲ ̲J̲u̲m̲p̲ ̲(̲T̲h̲e̲m̲e̲)̲

  • Count Basie Orchestra Live 2009 - Hey Jim

    4:48

    Count Basie Orchestra directed by Bill Hughes

    Soloists - Doug Lawrence-tenor sax, Clarence Banks-trombone

    Recorded live 2/7/09. Tony Suggs-piano, Doug Lawrence-tenor sax. Marshall McDonald-alto, Cleve Guyton-alto, Doug Miller-tenor, John Williams-bari, Dave Kiem-trombone, Clarence Banks-trombone, Alvin Walker-trombone, Mike Williams-trumpet, Scotty Barnhart-trumpet, Kris Johson-trumpet, James Zollar-trumpet, Will Matthews-guitar, James Leary-bass, Marion Felder-drums

    Hey Jim written by James Moody-arranged by Frank Foster

    Live at the New Trier Jazz Festival 2009

  • North Sea Jazz Cruise 2007 - Ladee Dee & Mister Tyner - Episode 4 - Full FILM HD

    44:32

    North Sea Jazz Cruise 2007 - Ladee Dee & Mister Tyner - Episode 4 - Full FILM HD

    Featuring : Marcus Miller, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock, John Scofield, Dee Dee Bridgewater, James Carter, David Sanborn, Roy Hargrove, Kirk Whalum, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Lionel Loueke, Grégoire Maret, Poogie Bell, Bobby Sparks, Patches Stewart, Dean Brown, Keith Anderson, Roberta Gambarini...

    Produced by : Zycopolis Productions
    Directed by : Patrick SAVEY

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  • One Oclock Jump

    4:07

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    One O'clock Jump · Count Basie

    Count Basie and His Orchestra

    ℗ 2021 Hindsight Records Inc

    Released on: 2021-05-25

    Music Publisher: EMI Feist Catalog Inc
    Music Publisher: BMG Gold Songs OBO Razaf Music Co

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  • The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra at UNT pt 1

    11:07

    The Count Basie Band played and answers some questions in Kenton Hall

  • Count Basie - Warm Breeze - New Haven Jazz Festival-1983

    6:41

    Live on the green in New Haven 1983, Engineer Tom Duffy, I took the pictures from my monitor mixer, the count was facing away for the concert. One of his last series of shows, he walked a bit but was pretty much in his wheelchair. He passed away in 1984.

  • Untitled Stomp

    3:13

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    Untitled Stomp · Count Basie · Public Domain

    Count Basie and His Orchestra

    ℗ 2021 Hindsight Records Inc

    Released on: 2021-05-25

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  • Count Basie Orchestra 2

    1:15

  • Monthy Alexander Live @ North Sea Jazz Festival 1991

    1:17

    Jamaican pianist Monthy Alexander Live @ North Sea Jazz Festival 1991

  • Live: Count Basie & his Orchestra featuring Joe Williams on The Kraft Music Hall

    8:38

    1) Blee-Blop Blues (1:39)
    written by William Basie & A. K. Atkinson
    performed by Count Basie & His Orchestra
    2) Baby Won't You Please Come Home (6:05)
    written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams
    performed by Joe Williams with Count Basie & His Orchestra
    live from The Kraft Music Hall starring Milton Berle (NBC-TV), 18 March 1959

    Where do you start? Wonderful classic spots for Kraft products from Ed Herlihy (voiced over live in New York), a great network identification featuring Joe Williams, and even some comedy with The Count and Milton Berle. And, all of this in living color.

    NOTE: The material featured in this video is from a non digital, analog source and of substandard quality. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • The Count Basie Orchestra - April In Paris

    3:35

    The Count Basie Orchestra performing 'April In Paris' live at the Avalon Theatre in historic Easton, MD on April 26th, 2019.

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  • All of Me Count Basie Live at Tokyo Blue Note

    3:56

    I'm on Lead Alto. Tokyo Blue Note, maybe 9 years ago, I don't remember. John Williams was on the gig, soon as I listened I heard his Bari sound I didn't need to look. So before he retired. I got Shelly Carroll from the Ellington band on tenor 1. One task of the section leader, is to recommend subs when needed. For years when the band had more steady work, subs were only allowed on emergencies with the Basie Band.

    Marion Felder on drums I think. The great Bobby Floyd on piano. We usually packed a full house at the Blue Note most nights,
    the young folks love Count Basie in Japan, big bands everywhere.

    This is All of Me.

  • The Count Basie Orchestra: A Very Swingin Basie Christmas

    2:23

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    THE LEGENDARY COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA CELEBRATES 80 YEARS WITH THEIR FIRST CHRISTMAS RECORDING

    A Very Swingin’ Basie Christmas! includes 11 holiday tracks featuring special guests Johnny Mathis, Ledisi, Ellis Marsalis, and Carmen Bradford.

    Coinciding with celebrating its 80th anniversary, the legendary Count Basie Orchestra continues to make music history with the November 6th, 2015 release of A Very Swingin’ Basie Christmas! on Concord Jazz. The first full-length, yuletide album in the expansive Basie discography, the album boasts classic holiday songs, rendered in quintessential Basie style, under the masterful direction of longtime Basie trumpeter Scotty Barnhart and produced by seven-time Grammy winner and former Basie drummer Gregg Field.

    The disc also showcases such guest artists as legendary singer Johnny Mathis, award-winning R&B singer Ledisi, veteran jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis, and iconic tenor saxophonist Plas Johnson (famous for being the soloist on Henry Mancini’s “The Pink Panther Theme”). The album also represents the return of the multi-Grammy winning Basie composer-arranger Sammy Nestico and the 2015 multi-Grammy winning arranger Gordon Goodwin. The results are blues-soaked, joy-filled holiday treats that will delight and warm the hearts of Basie die-hard fans and new fans alike!

    “I think [Count Basie] would be proud if he heard this record,” says Barnhart, who conceived the idea of focusing on Christmas music. When asked how he and the orchestra were able to channel the essence of Basie into the repertoire, Barnhart explains, “We have 80 years of history on our side.”

    A self-described Basie fanatic since the age of nine, Barnhart says that through vigorous study of Basie’s music and being a member of the orchestra for 22 years, he knows the ins and outs of the Count’s signature sound. “The Basie orchestra has always had a very distinct way of sounding and a way of playing based around the blues. It’s all about the feeling of the blues,” Barnhart says.

    The orchestra brings Barnhart’s point home at the very beginning with the swaggering take of “Jingle Bells,” featuring a flinty trumpet solo from Bruce Harris and an arrangement from Nestico, who returns to the band after 35 years.

  • Patricia Barber - Full Concert - 08/13/05 - Newport Jazz Festival

    51:35

    Patricia Barber - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/13/2005 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Free piano solo
    0:03:42 - Free bop quartet
    0:13:36 - Dansons La Gigue!
    0:19:00 - The Moon
    0:25:45 - Caravan
    0:36:15 - If I Were Blue/Norwegian Wood

  • Muddy Waters @ North Sea Jazz Festival

    1:6:50

    Muddy Waters = guitar & vocals
    Luther Johnson = guitar
    Bob Margolin = guitar
    Pinetop Perkins = piano
    Jerry Portnoy = bluesharp
    Calvin Jones = bass
    Willie Smith = drums

  • Not Now, Ill Tell You When

    3:41

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    Not Now, I'll Tell You When · Count Basie & His Orchestra

    Not Now, I'll Tell You When

    ℗ 1960 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Composer: Basie
    Composer: Foster

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  • Love Jumped Out

    3:44

    Love Jumped Out · Count Basie & His Orchestra

    Blue Skies

    ℗ Horgi Music Digital Productions

    Released on: 2021-03-12

    Composer: Basie
    Composer: Clayton
    Composer: Green
    Lyricist: Basie
    Lyricist: Clayton
    Lyricist: Green

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  • Only You

    4:45

    ECSO performing “Only You” as recorded by Diane Schuur with the Count Basie Orchestra
    March, 2019; Perse E. Harlow Trust Concert Series – Washington Court House, Ohio
    Featuring Meg Murphy on vocals
    Video editing by Cassie Zahller

  • Gerry Mulligan interview, North Sea Jazz Festival • 16-07-1982 • World of Jazz

    3:42

    Baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan is interviewed at the North Sea Jazz festival about his career and the artists he worked with. He talks about his collaboration with artists such as Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Artie Shaw, Glenn Miller, Gene Krupa, Gil Evans and Claude Thornhill.
    He was one of the leading arrangers in the era of cool jazz working with Miles Davis, Stan Kenton and Claude Thornhill in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
    Mulligan’s quartet of the early 50’s with trumpeter Chet Baker is still regarded as one of the best cool jazz groups.
    Born in New York in 1927, Mulliagan spend his life composing, arranging and playing jazz untill his untimely death on January 20, 1996.

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  • Take Me Back, Baby

    3:13

    Take Me Back, Baby · Count Basie & His Orchestra

    Tune Town Shuffle

    ℗ Horgi Music Digital Productions

    Released on: 2020-12-04

    Composer: Basie
    Composer: Durham
    Lyricist: Basie
    Lyricist: Durham

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