A1 : July 2, 1941 A2- A5 : September 24, 1941 A6 - B2 : October 1, 1941 B3 - B5 : November 3, 1941 B6-B7 : November 17, 1941.
Count Basie: Eight Classic Albums.
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Rather than release all of Count Basie's studio recordings (as Decca recently has or as French Columbia did in two large LP sets over a decade ago), CBS has put together three samplers that contain some (but not all) of the essential Basie recordings from the 1939-41 period. This first volume has Lester Young's great solo on 1936's "Lady Be Good," and the classics "Rock-A-Bye Basie" and "Taxi War Dance, " and fine examples of the Basie orchestra throughout 1939.
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This two-volume set showcases Basie at the height of his ballroom success, and features his renowned rhythm section, "the Kansas City Walk. MURRAY HORWITZ, American Film Institute: The best description of that piano I ever heard was from my father, who called Count Basie a "sneaky" piano player. And that's one of the reasons you need this record in your Basic Jazz Record Library. Spellman, tell us about this CD and some other things we need to know. SPELLMAN, National Endowment for the Arts: Well this is The Essential Count Basie.
|A1||Shoe Shine Boy|
|A4||Lady Be Good|
|A6||Pennies From Heaven|
|A7||Swingin' At The Daisy Chain|
|B2||Exactly Like You|
|B4||The Glory Of Love|
|B5||Boogie Woogie (I May Be Wrong)|
|B6||Smarty (You Know It All)|
|B7||One O'Clock Jump|
- Alto Saxophone – Caughey Roberts (tracks: A5 to A7, B1 to B5)
- Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jack Washington (tracks: A5 to A7, B1 to B7)
- Bass – Walter Page
- Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Herschel Evans (tracks: A5 to A7, B1 to B7)
- Drums – Joe Jones*
- Guitar – Claude Roberts (tracks: A5 to A7)
- Piano – Count Basie
- Tenor Saxophone – Lester Young
- Trombone – Dan Minor (tracks: A5 to A7, B1 to B7), George Hunt (tracks: A5 to A7, B1 to B7)
- Trumpet – Buck Clayton (tracks: A5 to A7, B1 to B7), Carl Smith (tracks: A1 to A7), Joe Keyes (tracks: A5 to A7)
Carl Smith(tp) Lester Young(ts) Count Basie(p) Walter Page(b) Joe Jones(d)
October 9, 1936
Buck Clayton, Joe Keyes, Carl Smith(tp) George Hunt, Dan Minor(tb) Caughey Roberts(as) Jack Washington(as/bar) Herschel Evans, Lester Young(cl/ts) Count Basie(p) Claude Williams(g) Walter Page(b) Joe Jones(d)
January 21, 1937
Same Lineup as Side One, Tracks 5-7
Ed Lewis, Buck Clayton, Bobby Moore(tp) Dan Minor, George Hunt(tb) Caughey Roberts(as) Jack Washington(as/bar) Herschel Evans, Lester Young(ts) Count Basie(p) Freddie Greene(g) Walter Page(b) Joe Jones(d)
March 26, 1937
Same Lineup as Tracks 2-5 except Earl Warren(as) replaces Caughey Roberts(as)