Count Basie And His Orch. Count Basie's Blue Five – Jump For Me, Boogie Woogie. Label: Parlophone – R 2874.
Boogie Woogie (album). 1941 compilation album by Harry James, Count Basie, Big Joe Turner, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, and Meade Lux Lewis. Boogie Woogie" (C44-4, C1659), by Pinetop Smith and recorded October 1936 by Count Basie's Blue Five with James Rushing on vocals. Boogie Woogie Prayer (Part One)" (C44-5, 23890-1), recorded December 30, 1938 by Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, and Meade Lux Lewis (Three Pianos). Boogie Woogie Prayer (Part Two)" (C44-6, 23890-2), recorded December 30, 1938 by Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, and Meade Lux Lewis (Three Pianos). Shout for Joy" (C44-7, 23894), recorded January 1, 1939 by Albert Ammons (Piano Solo).
Basie Boogie is a big band music boxset, compilation recording by COUNT BASIE released in 1989 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. No release results found : showing artist results instead. COUNT BASIE: Boogie Woogie US ’37 Decca 1252 Jazz 78 E-, Jimmy Rushing. Count Basie & His Orch. Columbia 36946 - The Mad Boogie. Count Basie Boogie Woogie Decca s 78 Swing Jazz Jimmy Rushing Exactly.
Count Basie & His Orchestra, Count Basie Orchestra. Two Artists For One Price. Count Basie Orchestra, Jay McShann Orchestra, Count Basie Orchestra, Jay McShann Orchestra. Count Basie's Men. Joe Newman, Count Basie Orchestra. Count Basie Orchestra. Strike up the Band! Tony Bennett, Count Basie Orchestra. Boogie Woogie Greats, Vol. 5: Roll 'Em Boogie.
Album: The Great Jazz Collection: Vol. 3, 2011. Performer(s): Count Basie Jimmy's Boogie Woogie Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound - MP3 320 Kbps. Album : 99 Hits : Count Basie Vol 2 by Count Basie . Genre et sous style: Jazz. Has been played on. United States 8. Alltime Oldies - RTC Music Channel.
Basie would return to Newport several times over the next 20 years, but this night ranks as one of Basie's peak performances at George Wein's annual clambake. Basie spent the early '40s touring extensively with his orchestra. During the World War II years, they appeared in five films, including Reveille with Beverly, Stage Door Canteen, and Crazy House while also scoring hits with "I Didn't Know About You," "Red Bank Blues," "Rusty Dusty Blues" and "Blue Skies. In 1954, Basie went overseas for the first time to play in Scandinavia. Another Basie band staple, "April in Paris," was released the following year on an album of the same title for the Verve label.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Cont Basie And His Orch.*||Jump For Me
Written-By – Basie*
|B||–Count Basie's Blue Five*||Boogie Woogie
Vocals [Vocalist] – James Rushing*Written-By – Smith*
- Record Company – The Parlophone Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Chappell & Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Francis Day
- Published By – Herman Darewski M P Co.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Tax code): ST
- Matrix / Runout (side A — label): W.24244
- Matrix / Runout (side B — label): C.1659
|R 2874||Count Basie Blue Five / Count Basie And His Orchestra*||Count Basie Blue Five / Count Basie And His Orchestra* - Boogie Woogie / Jump For Me (Shellac, 10")||Odeon||R 2874||Denmark||Unknown|