9 thoughts on “ Count Basie - The Count Basie Gold Collection (CD) ”

  1. The Gold Collection - 40 Classic Performances –. Format: 2 × CD, Compilation. Country: UK & Europe. Released: Genre: Jazz/5(3).
  2. Verified Purchase The first track on GOLD COLLECTION * COUNT BASIE is a radio transcription. It opens with shrill crowd noise that briefly obscures the kickoff of "One O'Clock Jump." After a few bars, the audience is jarringly shunted to the background either by poor editing or spastic audio mixing/5(2).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Count Basie Gold Collection on Discogs. Label: Retro (2) - R2CD • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz •.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Gold Collection on Discogs. Label: Digital Dejavu - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Swing. Count Basie: The Gold Collection.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gold Collection [Deja Vu] - Count Basie on AllMusic -
  6. This is a nice collection of popular songs as done by five of the most famous ensembles of the big band era. A few of tracks are not the original versions, but the alternates presented here are quite good. Also, songs #4 thru #6 are listed on the CD label as being by Benny Goodman, but on my Windows player they are credited to Glenn Miller.3/5(1).
  7. Nov 30,  · Count Basie & His Small Groups. The Fives (, Giant Of Jazz, CD , EEC) Count Basie And His Orchestra (, Giants Of Jazz, CD , EEC) Konserthuset, Stockholm, March 15, (, Giants Of Jazz, CD , EEC) Dejavu Retro Gold Collection (, Recording Arts, R2CD , EEC, 2CD)
  8. The long-awaited collaboration between two icons, Count Basie and Frank Sinatra, did something unique for the reputations of hidowrebookniworl.giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.co Basie, the Sinatra connection inaugurated a period in the '60s when his band was more popular and better known than it ever was, even in the big-band era. For Sinatra, Basie meant liberation, producing perhaps the loosest, rhythmically free singing of his career.

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