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8 thoughts on “ Wild Man - Count Basie And Duke Ellington - Basie Meets Ellington (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Two of the best Jazz big bands ever meet on this classic record from , with Basie's band in the left channel while Ellington's is in the right. Tracks: Battle Royal, To You, Take The "A" Train, Corner Pocket, Wild Man, Segue In C, BDB, Jumpin' At The Woodside. gram vinyl/5(75).
  2. A battle of the bands? Not quite -- more like a mutual admiration society, with the orchestras of both jazz titans playing together. (The Duke is heard on the right side of your stereo/headphones, the Count on the left.)Ellington's elegance and unique voicings meet Basie's rollicking, blues-based Kansas City swing, and it works gloriously. There's no clutter, each band is focused, and they.
  3. Despite the much spoken rivalry between them, Duke Ellington and Count Basie were close friends and great admirers of each other's work. Although they had known each other since their youth, and on many occasions were featured on the same bill, the Duke and the Count never crossed paths in a recording studio before the session included here.
  4. This single CD combines the legendary meeting of the Duke Ellington and Count Basie Orchestra's from the Columbia LP First Time and the Basie band's Columbia release Classics of the Great Count Basie Band. But First Time is not a straight reissue, as "Wild Man" from the recording Paris Blues is added.
  5. Apr 16,  · "To You" (Benny Davis, Tommy Dorsey, Thad Jones, Ted Shapiro) Recorded at 30th Street Studio, New York on July 6, Personnel: * Duke Ellington, Count Basie -- piano * Cat Anderson, Willie Cook.
  6. WILD MAN [aka WILD MAN MOORE] (Duke Ellington) SEGUE IN C (Frank Wess) B D B (Duke Ellington-Billy Strayhorn) JUMPIN’ AT THE WOODSIDE (Count Basie) ONE MORE ONCE (Duke Ellington) * *BONUS TRACKS: From the same sessions. Not on the original LP.
  7. That something was bringing into the same studio the Ellington and Basie orchestras to collaborate on eight tracks. The Duke didn't exaggerate: this record is a triumph, because, while each band maintains its distinctive sound (Ellington's on the right channel; Basie's, on the left), the two are glued together/5(75).
  8. Duke Ellington - First Time: The Count Meets the Duke - waykaricasicomppemondmittthedosin.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Best Sellers Gift Ideas.

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