Count Basie Live at Carnegie Hall

“Love, affection and the world’s
greatest rhythm section”

Thanks to Jim Eigo for the heads up on this one

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Count Basie delivers a spectacular show live from Carnegie Hall on March 20, 1981 celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of his illustrious career. This all-star tribute celebrates also features Sarah Vaughan, Tony Bennett, George Benson, and Joe Williams.

Program: Sweet Georgia Brown, In a Mellow Tone, There’s Never Be Another You, Booty’s Blues, Everyday I Have the Blues, Goin’ to Chicago, Well All Right Okay You Win, Basie Cup and Me, April in Paris, One O’Clock Jump, Shiny Stockings, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Sophisticated Lady, It Don’t Mean a Thing, Fascinating Rhythm, Indian Summer, Just Friends, Send in the Clowns, Moody’s Mood for Love, Roll ‘Em Pete, One O’Clock Jump

Pointed out to us by Jim Eigo from http://www.jazzpromoservices.com
 

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