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8 thoughts on “ Jamboree - Ella Fitzgerald • Count Basie • Joe Williams - One OClock Jump (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. ella fitzgerald count basie joe williams f. wess ella fitzgerald / count basie / joe williams - one o'clock jump Verve Records - 23MJ - Japan -
  2. The big-band icon brought the house down at Carnegie Hall when he gave one of his last televised performances there on March 20, Listen on CD as he’s joined by Sarah Vaughan, Tony Bennett, George Benson and Joe Williams in this all-star concert: "One O’Clock Jump," "Roll ’Em Pete," "Indian Summer," "Fascinating Rhythm," "Sophisticated Lady," "April in Paris," "Sweet Georgia Brown.
  3. In fact Ella is only heard on four tracks, three of them duetting with Joe Williams. Nonetheless this is a splendid album, mainly recorded in , the year before The Atromic Mr Basie, an LP which marked a highpoint in the band's output.
  4. Shop Ella Fitzgerald Count Basie Joe Williams's One o'clock jump LP for sale by darumaya at € on CDandLP - Ref
  5. Joe Williams (born Joseph Goreed; December 12, – March 29, ) was an American jazz singer. He sang with big bands such as the Count Basie Orchestra and the Lionel Hampton Orchestra and with his combos. He sang in two films with the Basie orchestra and sometimes worked as an actor.
  6. Ella was at the top of her game, Basie was enjoying a second acclaimed career with his New Testament Big Band, and singer Joe Williams had just won the New Jazz Star award in the Critics poll. With these three magnificent artists on his label, it was a no-brainer for Norman Granz to feature them in two LPs, One OClock Jump and Metronome All-Stars
  7. Jimmy Rushing sang with Basie in the late s. Joe Williams toured with the band and was featured on the album One O'Clock Jump, and 's Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings, with "Every Day (I Have the Blues)" becoming a huge hit. With Billy Eckstine on the album Basie/Eckstine Incorporated, in
  8. A rousing, if brief, rendition of "C Jam Blues" showcases solos by trumpeter Cootie Williams, baritone saxophonist Harry Carney, and clarinetist Russell tercdownrosarsaposuldistpodpnelmita.coinfo to playing "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)," Ellington delights the audience by reciting a brief poem. Count Basie's brisk treatment of "Jumpin' at the Woodside" is full of energy.

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