w/ Sarah Vaughan,Tony Bennett,George Benson (1981) . w/ Oscar Peterson, Documentary (1980) . w/ Ella Fitzgerald – Booty’S Blues (1979) . April In Paris . w/ Frank Wess, Milan (1960) . w/ Ben Webster – I Left My Baby (1957) . One O’Clock Jump (1950) . w/ Ethel Waters – Quicksand (1943) . Dance Of The Gremlins / Swingin’ The Blues (1941) .
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 if you love jazz, you do not want to miss The Sound of Jazz, a special edition of the CBS television series Seven Lively Arts. It will bring together 32 musicians including Count Basie, Lester Young, Billie Holiday, Jo Jones, Gerry Mulligan, Thelonious Monk, etc. >> 56 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Count Basie and his big band – featuring Freddie Green (gtr), Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts), Marlena Shaw (voc) – perform in Stockholm, Sweden >> 7 MINUTES on RVM >>
 the Count Basie Orchestra featuring Thad Jones and Freddie Green is at the Kongresshaus in Zurich, Switzerland >> 7 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Oscar Peterson, Count Basie and his Orchestra share the bill at the Prague Jazz Festival in Prague, Czechoslovakia >> 38 MINUTES on RVM >>
 you do not miss the Count Basie Quartet – that is Count Basie (p), Norman Keenan (b), Freddie Green (g) and Sonny Payne (d) on Jazz Casual, a program on NET >> 29 MINUTES on RVM
 you do not want to miss Count Basie and Orchestra with Judy Garland taped in July and aired at Judy’s show Episode 1.7 on CBS >> 15 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Count Basie and his Orchestra featuring Thad Jones, Sonny Cohn, Lennie Johnson, Eugene Young on trumpet; Quentin Jackson, Benny Powell, Henry Coker on trombone; Marshall Royal, Frank Wess, Frank Foster, Charlie Fowlkes, Budd Johnson on reeds, at Juan Les Pins Jazz Festival in Antibes France >> 42 MINUTES >>
 the Count Basie Orchestra directed by Frank Foster performs at Jazzwoche Burghausen in Wackerhalle, Germany >> 42 MINUTES on RVM >>
 George Benson sits in with the Count Basie Orchestra at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 69 MINUTES on RVM
 Count Basie and his Orchestra plus the Lambert-Hendricks-Ross Trio and Ozzie Smithwill swing at La Pinède in Juan-les-Pins, France >> 51 MINUTES >>
 Count Basie conducts a band featuring Al Grey (b), Jimmy Forrest (s), Eric Dixon (s) and Butch Miles (d) at the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark >> 33 MINUTES >>
 Joe Williams will be accompanied by the Count Basie Alumni Band – that is Joe Newman (tp), Harry Sweets Edison (tp), Benny Powel (tb), Billy Mitchel (ts), Buddy Tate (ts), Marshal royal (as), Nat Pierce (p), Eddie Jones (b), Gus Johnson (d) – at North Sea Jazz Festival in The Hague, The Netherlands >> 82 MINUTES >>
Wikipedia : This day (April 26, 1984), in Hollywood, Florida, died William ‘Count’ Basie a.k.a Count Basie, an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader and composer.
Official Site : William Basie, a New Jersey native from Red Bank, grew up with the tempos of The Swing Era in New York City live big bands were filling ballrooms with dance rhythms. Jazz experts maintain that Basie at the keyboard signaled the beginning of the Moten band’s historical significance, starting with discs cut in 1932.
@Facebook : Count Basie introduced several generations of listeners to the Big Band sound and left an influential catalog. Basie is remembered by many who worked for him as being considerate of musicians and their opinions, modest, relaxed, fun-loving, dryly witty, and always enthusiastic about his music.
@last.fm : In addition to Basie, the swinging “All American Rhythm Section” of his orchestra included greats such as Walter Page (bass), Jo Jones (drums), and Freddie Green (guitar).