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America's #1 Band: The Columbia Years

America's #1 Band: The Columbia Years

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Count Basie

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2003
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Track Listing

Shoe Shine Boy; Evenin'; Boogie Woogie (I May Be Wrong); Oh, Lady Be Good; I Ain't Got Nobody; Goin' To Chicago; Live and Love Tonight; Love Me or Leave Me; Dickie's Dream; Lester Leaps In; How Long Blues; Royal Garden Blues; Bugle Blues; Sugar Blues; Farewell Blues; Caf

Personnel

Count Basie- piano, organ; Freddie Green- guitar; Jimmy Lewis, Walter Page, Rodney Richardson- bass; Gus Johnson, Jo Jones, Buddy Rich, Shadow Wilson- drums; Emmett Berry, Buck Clayton, Shad Collins, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Al Killian, Ed Lewis, Bob Mitchell, Bobby Moore, Joe Newman, Al Porcino, Carl "Tatti" Smith, Al Stearns, Clark Terry, Lamar Wright, Snooky Young- trumpet; Leon Comegys, Ed Cuffee, Vic Dickenson, Ted Donnelly, Eddie Durham, Matthew Gee, George Hunt, J.J. Johnson, Dan Minor, George Matthews, Benny Morton, Eli Robinson, Robert Scott, Louis Taylor, Dicky Wells, Booty Wood- trombone; Buddy DeFranco- clarinet; Tab Smith, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone; George Dorsey, Preston Love, Rubin Phillips, Jimmy Powell, Caughey Roberts, Marshall Royal, Earle Warren- alto saxophone; Paul Bascomb, Don Byas, Herschel Evans, Wardell Gray, Coleman Hawkins, Illinois Jacquet, Charlie Rouse, Buddy Tate, Lucky Thompson- tenor saxophone; Lester Young- tenor saxophone, clarinet; Serge Chaloff, Charlie Fowlkes, Jack Washington- baritone saxophone; Rudy Rutherford- baritone saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet; Billie Holiday, Helen Humes, Jimmy Rushing- vocals.

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