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What Goes Up Must Come Down - Count Basie - Count Basie Vol.I-1936 and 1939 ;The Count and The President; (Vinyl, LP, Album)

08.11.2019
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  1. William "Count" Basie (August 21, – April 26, ) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. His mother first taught 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 theatre in his town of Red.
  2. Various Artists, Count Basie, Quincy Jones, Duke Ellington, Memphis Slim, Benny Powell, Joe Newman, Henry Coker, Eddie Jones, Ernie Wilkins - Count Basie: Down for the Count, The Best of the s - keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfo Music/5(25).
  3. out of 5 stars A must have for any Count Basie serious fan Reviewed in the United States on December 9, This 4 CD collection offers some of the best early recorded music by Count Basie 3/5(6).
  4. View and download Count Basie music notes. 38 music sheets for any instrument in our online catalog for free.
  5. About Count Basie. Setting the stage with just a 'plunk' or two from his piano, Count Basie's big band in the '30s swung harder than any other, giving the world such talents as Lester Young, Buck Clayton and "Sweets" Edison. That trio, along with the Count himself, created a freewheeling beast featuring sizzling improvs and solos.
  6. Download sheet music for Count Basie. Choose from Count Basie sheet music for such popular songs as The Glory of Love, Sweet Georgia Brown, and How High the Moon. Print instantly, or sync to our free PC, web and mobile apps.
  7. After Moten died in , Basie took what was left of the band, expanded the personnel, and formed the first Count Basie Orchestra. Within a year the band developed its own variation of the Kansas City swing style—a solid rhythm backing the horn soloists, who were also supported by sectional riffing (the repeating of a musical figure by the.
  8. Count Basie's position in the jazz world is the epitome of what we all should strive for in our crafts. He was always on the cutting edge of jazz and whenever he went down to work, he was a floor general - he always brought his fellow musicians up with him to the next level.

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