Bing ‘n’ Basie is a 1972 vinyl album recorded for Daybreak Records by Bing Crosby, accompanied by Count Basie and his Orchestra. The orchestral tracks were laid down over three days at the end of [More]
Track listing: A1 Seven Come Eleven 0:00 A2 Soft Winds 2:47 A3 AC-DC Current 5:16 A4 Till Tom Special 8:03 A5 Gone With “What” Wind 11:04 A6 Six Appeal 14:29 A7 Gilly 17:49 A8 Waiting [More]
Basie One More Time (subtitled Music from the Pen of Quincy Jones) is an album by pianist and bandleader Count Basie performing the compositions and arrangements of Quincy Jones recorded in late 1958 and early [More]
The Atomic Mr. Basie (originally called Basie, also known as E=MC2 and reissued in 1994 as The Complete Atomic Basie) is a 1958 album by Count Basie and his orchestra. The album is one of [More]
Fancy Pants is a 1983 studio album by Count Basie and his orchestra. This is the last recording that Basie made with his big band. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Count Basie’s last-known album (recorded [More]
Basie & Zoot is a 1975 studio album by Count Basie and Zoot Sims. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: This is a classic encounter in the Original Jazz Classics series. Pianist Count Basie (in his [More]
In Person! is a 1959 album by Tony Bennett, accompanied by the Count Basie Orchestra. The album was originally intended to be a live recording of a November 1958 performance at Philadelphia’s Latin Casino, but [More]
“Basie Big Band” is a 1975 studio album by Count Basie and his orchestra. Track listing: “Front Burner” – 5:54 “Freckle Face” – 6:26 “Orange Sherbet” – 3:42 “Soft as Velvet” – 3:51 “The Heat’s [More]
“First Time! The Count Meets the Duke” is an album by American pianists, composers and bandleaders Duke Ellington and Count Basie with their combined Orchestras recorded and released on the Columbia label in 1961. The [More]
“I Cried for You” is a  jazz standard with music written by Arthur Freed and Abe Lyman, with lyrics by Gus Arnheim. Count Basie & Helen Humes Count Basie small group with Helen Humes vocal. [More]