Count Basie Center for e Arts 99 Monmou Street Red Bank, NJ 07701. Box Office: 732.842.9000. Box Office Temporarily Closed email: [email protected] ebasie.org. Box office closes 30 minutes after all shows. On Sundays, box office opens ree hours prior to show time, and closes 30 minutes after show time. Composer of his eme song, One O'Clock Jump. Heard on many band remotes from e late 30's rough e 40's, e WWII program of Command Performance (1942-1949). e Armed Forces Radio Service program of Jubilee (1942-1953). e Count Basie Orchestra provided music for Rock 'n' Roll Dance Party on CBS-Radio (1956). Count Basie:bag'a bones Trombone eme in tutti and solos wi saxes backgrounds Bag'a bones.mp3 Fichier audio MP3 [2.6 MB] Count Basie: Time out Time out arrangement Pascal o[ ] Document Adobe Acrobat [199.3 KB] Count Basie: Time out Time out.mp3 Fichier audio MP3 [2.5 MB]. – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Basie Power: 3:44 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Meeting: 4:32 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Blues In Hoss's Flat: 5:14 – Count Basie & His Orchestra* Good Time Blues: 5:53 – Jazz At e Philharmonic All Stars* In A Mellow Tone: 17:08 – Jazz At e Philharmonic All Stars* Loose Walk: :28 – Jazz At. William James Count Basie (/ ˈ b eɪ s i /. ust 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. In 1935, Basie formed his own jazz orchestra, e Count Basie Orchestra, and in 1936 took em to Chicago for a long engagement and eir first recording. He led e group for almost 50 years, creating in ations like e use of two split tenor. Aliases Basie Count Basie and His All American Rhy m Section Count Basie & His Orch. Count Basie & His Orchestra Count Basie and His Orchestra Count Basie & His Rhy m Count Basie and His Rhy m Count Basie Kansas City Seven Real name William James Basie Born ust 21, 1904 Died April 26, 1984 Country United States IPI 00002259424 00063555180 Comments Jazz orchestra . Count Basie was among e most important bandleaders of e swing era. Wi e exception of a brief period in e early '50s, he led a big band from 1935 until his dea almost 50 years later, and e band continued to perform after he died. Basie's orchestra was characterized by a light, swinging rhy m section at he led from e piano, lively ensemble work, and generous soloing. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and ad information for Featuring Cleanhead Vinson - Count Basie on AllMusic - 2002. Basie Meets Bond - here indeed is a memorable meeting - a summit meeting, if you please. COUNT BASIE - Wiliam Basie from Red Bank, New Jersey - is certainly a true giant in e world of popular music. ousands upon ousands of pages have been devoted to e Count's contributions to e scene over e past several ades. 21, · at intro is provided by Count Basie and his Orchestra, who are present and playing live at e bash, and e ensemble’s presence on camera had . Selections from eir classic 1961 album, First Time! e Count Meets e Duke, include e swinging Blues in Hoss’ Flat, e beautiful To You, e exotic Wild Man Moore, e exciting Battle Royal, and of course e Duke’s eme song, Take e 'A' Train. Frank Sinatra recorded for e first time wi Basie on 1962's Sinatra-Basie and for a second studio album on 1964's It Might as Well Be Swing, which was arranged by Quincy Jones. Jones also arranged and conducted 1966's live Sinatra at e Sands which featured Sinatra wi Count Basie and his orchestra at e Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. 06, · e Count Meets e Duke include e swinging Blues in Hoss’ Flat, e beautiful To You, e exotic Wild Man Moore, e exciting Battle Royal, and of course e Duke’s . Basie's eme, Jumpin' At e Woodside and Ellington's Take e 'A' Train are bo included, ough Billy Strayhorn, Ellington's musical partner, and e song's composer, takes e Basie piano on Train. ere's even a drum battle in e first tune Battle Royal.. Apr 13, · Count Basie at Newport is a live album by jazz musician Count Basie and his orchestra. It was originally issued as Verve MGV 8243 and included only e tracks 1-7 and 13. Tracks 9-12 originally included in Count Basie & Joe Williams/Dizzy Gillespie & . SRJO: Count Bassie Meets Duke Ellington. Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. Edmonds Center for e Arts, Seattle. ENTER TO WIN HERE. is concert promises to be swingin’ as SRJO plays pieces from e first famous meeting of e two greatest big bands in jazz history: e Count Basie and Duke Ellington orchestras. Batman eme & O er Bat Songs (RCA Victor, 1966) Batman soundtrack (1966) Definitely Hefti! (United Artists, 1967) Barefoot in e Park soundtrack (Dot, 1967) Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in e Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad (RCA, 1967) e Odd Couple soundtrack (Dot, 1968) As composer and arranger wi Count Basie. e Count! (Clef, 1952 ). Sanford & Son eme: (Street Beater) Arranged By – ty Paich Written-By – Fitzgerald*, Jones* F3 – Ella Fitzgerald And e Count Basie Orchestra* Wi e Tommy Flanagan Trio* I Can't Stop Loving You Written-By – Gibson* F4 – Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie And Jazz At e Philharmonic All Stars* Finale: C Jam Blues Written-By – Duke. , · SN: ‘Basie: Straight Ahead.’ Between my meeting wi Basie and e call to do e album, I had finally ided to move out to California. I figured if I didn’t do it, I’d always regret it. Two mon s after I arrived, I was conducting Basie’s band at e recording session on Vine Street in Los Angeles. I couldn’t believe it. . 06, · Time: 2:00 PM: Location: Kirkland Performance Center Map it 350 Kirkland Ave Kirkland, WA: $20-$50 e opening concert of SRJO's 25 Anniversary season promises to be swingin’ as SRJO plays pieces from e first famous meeting of e two greatest big bands in jazz history: e Count Basie and Duke Ellington orchestras. Oscar Peterson and e Trumpet Kings – Jousts is a 1974 album by Oscar Peterson, consisting of duets wi e trumpeters Harry Sweets Edison, Jon Faddis, Clark Terry, Roy Eldridge and Dizzy Gillespie.Peterson had recently recorded individual albums wi each of e trumpeters, released as Oscar Peterson and Dizzy Gillespie (1974), Oscar Peterson and Roy Eldridge (1974), Oscar Peterson . 04, · William James Count Basie (/ ˈ b eɪ s i /. ust 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984)  was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. In 1935, Basie formed his own jazz orchestra, e Count Basie Orchestra, and in 1936 took em to Chicago for a long engagement and eir first recording. He led e group for almost 50 years, creating in ations like e use of two split. William James Count Basie (ust 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. His mo er t him to play e piano and he started performing in his teens. Dropping out of school, he learned to operate lights for vaudeville and to improvise accompaniment for silent films at a local movie eater in his home town of Red Bank, New Jersey. William Count Basie (ust 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. His mo er first t him piano and he started performing in his teens. Dropping out of school, he learned to operate lights for vaudeville and improvised to accompany silent films at a local eatre in his town of Red Bank, New Jersey. By 16, he increasingly played. He was e undisputed star of SRJO’s -17 concert season and is recognized as one of e greatest bassists of our time. He is a dominant contributor to e New York jazz scene, e host of NPR’s national weekly show Jazz Night in America, and a leading figure on today’s international jazz stage, performing wi such groups as Wynton. , 2008 · Frank Sinatra Sinatra—Vegas Reprise Records 2006. Downbeat magazine's listing of is recording as among e best of 2007 reminds us at not e least of e phenomenal one's talents was his towering streng as a jazz singer: Sinatra, in fact, was a classy hat trick, a spectacular ree-act opera, ree scenes per act. First, ere's e Columbia, Capitol, and Reprise Sinatras. next. 1962: Harry James, Benny Goodman, Ray An ony and Count Basie brought e big-band sounds to Disneyland. e Swiss Family Tree House was added to Adventureland, and e land k Pavilion. Apr 28, 2006 · and Fancy Meeting You, and we ran em down, and at's how we got ried. — William Count Basie, in his autobiography Good Morning Blues. By e mid-1950s Hefti was already famous in jazz circles for his skill and flair at arranging. He finally met up wi William Count Basie at is time, and e rest is history. Count Basie: Meeting Basie 2. Count Basie: Joining e Band 3. Count Basie: At Basie's Place 4. Count Basie: You're Home Now 5. Count Basie: e All-American Rhy m Section 6. Benny Carter 7. Dizzy Gillespie 8. Billie Holiday 9. In e Front Door . tin Lu er King Benefit 11. Pacific Jazz 12. e Big Band Express specialty is in e Big Band Era from e Forties and Fifties and we have charts from artists such as Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, Harry James, Count Basie, Billy , Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Henry Mancini, Les Brown, Les & Larry Elgart and o er big band greats. - JIMMY RUSHING wi COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA - e Blues I Like to Hear (one-sided shellac test). is song was recorded in New York City wi Jimmy Rushing on vocals ember 16, 1938 (released on ca 2284, Matrix 64748. A self-described Basie fanatic since e age of nine, Barnhart says at rough vigorous study of Basie’s music and being a member of e orchestra for 22 years, he knows e ins and outs of e Count’s signature sound. e Basie orchestra has always had a very distinct way of sounding and a way of playing based around e blues. William Count Basie (ust 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984 ) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer.His mo er first t him piano and he started performing in his teens. Dropping out of school, he learned to operate lights for vaudeville and improvised to accompany silent films at a local eater in his town of Red Bank, New Jersey. e Dave Banks Big Band- is powerhouse 17 piece big band is based out of Akron, Ohio and is led by Ohio native and 20 year Las Vegas veteran trumpet artist, Dave Banks. e band boasts of having e top musicians in e Nor east Ohio area. Dave fronts e band wi his soaring trumpet and also shares e stage wi some of e finest vocal talent around. Louis Armstrong and Count Basie are well known great jazz musicians and I am sure at you know eir names. Many of e songs of Irving Berlin's songs have been a part of e classic jazz literature known as e jazz standards. e same popularity in e world of . In 1951 Count Basie began to build a new band. ough he had some veterans, most of e musicians were young and relatively unknown. Quietly but surely Basie molded e 16 men, changing personnel when he had to, until he had built a band of proper Basie stature, one which could hold its ground when compared wi e re kable outfit of 1936. When e time comes for ano er dance for black people at Roseland’s, Malcolm quits his job so at he can join e o ers on e dance floor. Ella is pleased he quit, and Shorty says he knew Malcolm would outgrow being a shoe shiner. Malcolm heads back to e tailor’s shop to get a new zoot suit, which he chooses very carefully and purchases on credit. 25, · e property and facilities committee of Pitt’s board of trustees greenlit e lease at a ursday morning public meeting. e building once served as a movie eater and space for ballroom dancing, community activities and live entertainment, hosting jazz legends such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald and Cab Calloway, before. Chain Gang is a song by e American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke, released on y 26, 1960. e song became one of Cooke's most successful singles, peaking at number two on e Billboard Hot 0, behind bo My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own by Connie Francis and Mr. Custer by Larry Verne On e Hot R&B Sides chart, e song peaked at number two as well. Why are ere so few current American rock bands wi African Published by tuqi on 06.11.. Battle of e bands Duke Ellington vs. Count Basie. Stacker compiled a list of e most covered songs of all time wi data from WhoSampled.com as of Feb. 26, . e Beatles and Christmas music account for a number of e entries, wi covers of.