For this studio album from late 1958 and early 1959, the Count Basie Orchestra performs ten Quincy Jones compositions; he also contributed all of the arrangements. I Needs to Be Beed With," "For Lena and Lennie" and "The Midnight Sun Never Sets" all caught on and Jones's charts helped expand the Basie sound without altering it.
Album · 1961 · 10 Songs. 1961 - BNF Collection 2014. More By Count Basie and His Orchestra. See All. The Atomic Mr Basie. The Atomic Mr. Basie (Remastered 2014). The Best of Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Basie One More Time, a 1959 album by the Count Basie Orchestra. One More Time, a 1962 album by Eddy Arnold. One More Time, a 2000 album by UMO Jazz Orchestra, Kenny Wheeler, and Norma Winstone. One Mo' Time, a 2004 album by The Black Sorrows. One More Time (EP), an extended play release by Super Junior.
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William "Count" Basie (August 21, 1904– April 26, 1984) was a jazz pianist, organist, composer, and bandleader. As a pianist, he had a distinctive and influential style (the song title "Splanky" is an onomatopoetic reference to the sound of his playing), equally at home in the barrelhouse and the concert hall. Willie "The Lion" Smith, James P. Johnson, and Fats Waller were among his influences.
The Count Basie Orchestra. All About That Basie. CommunitySee all. 47,093 people like this. 46,663 people follow this. AboutSee all. Contact The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra on Messenger. 26 April aling,uplifting. I was thinking they should perform for all politicians so we could go back to loving each other. Renee Marie gave a wonderful performance and she brought the audience along with he. inety minutes after this concert is over I am still smiling. you all for giving yourselves to this genre and giving of yourselves.
These are "The atomic Mr Basie", (arranged by Neal Hefti), "One more time" (arranged by Quincy Jones) and "Chairman of the Board" (arranged by members of the band). All three are absolutely superb with standout arrangements and memorable soloists. Regrettably, the other two albums in the set are nowhere near the same standard. Basie at Birdland" suffers like many live recordings do from poor sound balance making some soloists sound as if they are playing in another room! A number of tracks are also taken at uncomfortably breakneck tempos.