9 thoughts on “ One OClock Jump - Count Basie - Volume 3 - 1929-1937 (CD)

  1. Vol 3 Count Basie Format: Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. One O'Clock Jump Listen My Children (And .
  2. In addition to the title track and a short version of One O'clock Jump the EP boasted two enjoyable duets with Joe Williams & Ella Fitzgerald (Every Day I Have the Blues, Party Blues) and a spirited vocal by Ella (April in Paris) Any Basie fan knows that the term One O'Clock Jump can cover a multitude of CD and LP titles in addition to the /5(20).
  3. William "Count" Basie's first big band sides, in , are fraught with exemplary Kansas City blues spirit, always more jubilation than sadness. Of seventeen selections, "Boogie Woogie" and "One O'Clock Jump" are the swinging riff-blues masterpieces, with trumpeter Buck Clayton soloing on both/5(4).
  4. Count Basie Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 16 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: One O Clock Jump One O'Clock Jump - The Very Best Of Count Basie Count Basie. out of 5 stars 4. Audio CD. $ Next/5(3).
  5. Aug 02,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Count Basie And His Orchestra* - One O'Clock Jump at Discogs. Complete your Count Basie And His Orchestra* collection/5(44).
  6. Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Joe Williams ‎– One O'Clock Jump Label: Verve Records ‎– , Verve Records ‎– , Verve Records ‎– MGV
  7. Classic! CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Decca - One O’Clock Jump (Basie) by Count Basie & his Orchestra, recorded in NYC July 7, 19HI.
  8. Whatever the origins, "One O'Clock Jump" was recorded by the Basie band for Decca Records on July 7, , and on hearing it later that summer, audiences simply took it as an invitation to dance; and, as this was the era in which dancing was what one did when listening to jazz, "One O'Clock Jump.
  9. Basie recorded "One O'Clock Jump" several times after the original performance for Decca in , for Columbia in 19and on a number of occasions in the fifties. "One O'Clock Jump" became the theme song of the Count Basie Orchestra.

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