Read about One O'Clock Jump from The Count Basie Orchestra's The History of Rhythm and Blues 1925 - 1942 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Count Basie Orchestra is a 16 to 18 piece big band, one of the most prominent jazz performing groups of the swing era, founded by Count Basie. The band survived the late-forties decline in big band popularity and went on to produce notable collaborations with singers such as Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald in the fifties and sixties.
One O'Clock Jump is a 1957 album by the Count Basie Orchestra, arranged by Ernie Wilkins and featuring vocalist Joe Williams on seven of the ten tracks. Ella Fitzgerald is featured in duet with Williams on the first track, "Too Close for Comfort", arranged by Edgar Sampson. One O'Clock Jump", "Jamboree" and "From Coast to Coast" are instrumentals by the Count Basie Orchestra.
Performers Count Basie and His Orchestra Count Basie (piano) Buck Clayton (trumpet) Ed Lewis (trumpet) Bobby Moore (trumpet) George Hunt (trombone) Dan Minor (trombone) Earl Warren (alto sax) Jack Washington (baritone sax, alto sax) Herschel Evans (tenor sax, clarinet) Lester Young (tenor sax, clarinet) Freddie Green (guitar) Walter Page (double bass) Joe Jones (drums). Composers Count Basie Jimmy Mundy Buster Smith. Date of recording 7 July 1937. Played last 15/01/2019 19:57. The Chronological 1936 -1938. 14. One o'clock jump. 15. Listen my children, and you shall hear. 17. Good morning blues. 18. Our love was meant to be.
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One O'Clock Jump
Recorded in New York, July 7, 1937.
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Matrix / Runout: 62332A
Matrix / Runout: 62334A
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