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EU-only five CD set. This superb collection compiles all existing live recordings made by the Atomic Band at the Crescendo Club, in Hollywood, in the summer of 1958, for the first time ever on a single edition. The sound quality is excellent throughout the set. Count Basie's career was revived in late 1957 thanks to the success of the Neal Hefti-arranged LP Atomic Basie, which became one of his biggest hits. The orchestra was filled with stars, and Joe Williams' vocals were heard to great effect supported by Hefti's excellent scores and the superb quality of the band. This long unavailable material includes amazing extended live versions of many of the perennial Hefti arrangements, plus a variety of songs that formed part of the orchestra's repertoire at the time, and Sammy Davis Jr. As a guest star singing with the band on Ray Charles' "Hallelujah, I Love Her So". As a bonus, we have added the soundtrack from a complete 17-minute TV show featuring the same band shortly before it started the Crescendo engagement. Our comprehensive booklet contains detailed information, as well as a rare Count Basie interview published in Down Beat during the band's stay at the Crescendo.
EU-only five CD set. This superb collection compiles all existing live recordings made by the Atomic Band at the Crescendo Club, in Hollywood, in the summer of 1958, for the first time ever on a single edition. The sound quality is excellent throughout the set. Count Basie's career was revived in late 1957 thanks to the success of the Neal Hefti-arranged LP Atomic Basie, which became one of his biggest hits. The orchestra was filled with stars, and Joe Williams' vocals were heard to great effect supported by Hefti's excellent scores and the superb quality of the band. This long unavailable material includes amazing extended live versions of many of the perennial Hefti arrangements, plus a variety of songs that formed part of the orchestra's repertoire at the time, and Sammy Davis Jr. As a guest star singing with the band on Ray Charles' "Hallelujah, I Love Her So". As a bonus, we have added the soundtrack from a complete 17-minute TV show featuring the same band shortly before it started the Crescendo engagement. Our comprehensive booklet contains detailed information, as well as a rare Count Basie interview published in Down Beat during the band's stay at the Crescendo.
8436539313717

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 03/25/2016
UPC: 8436539313717

Complete Live at the Crescendo 1958
Artist: Count Basie & His Atomic Band
Format: CD
New: Available $32.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Moten Swing
2. Cute
3. Sweetie Cakes
4. Indian Summer
5. Jumpin' at the Woodside
6. Plymouth Rock
7. Flight of the Foo Birds
8. Li'l Darling
9. Low Life 1
10. Whirly-Bird 1
11. Swingin' the Blues 1
12. Blue on Blue 1
13. No Moon at All 1
14. Well, All Right, Okay, You Win 1
15. Fancy Meeting You 1
16. Slats 1
17. H.R.H. (Her Royal Highness) 1
18. Duet 1
19. Teddy the Toad 2
20. Smack Dab in the Middle 2
21. Pensive Miss 2
22. One O'Clock Jump 2
23. Counting the Blues 2
24. Lullaby of Birdland 2
25. I've Got a Girl 2
26. You're a Memory 2
27. Scoot 2
28. Who, Me? 2
29. The Kid from Red Bank 3
30. Late Date 3
31. Stop, Pretty Baby 3
32. Gee, Baby Ain't I Good to You 3
33. Shiny Stockings 3
34. April in Paris 3
35. Blues in Frankie's Flat 3
36. In a Mellow Tone 3
37. Two Time Lover 3
38. Fantail 3
39. Hallelujah, I Love Her So 4
40. Corner Pocket 4
41. My Baby Upsets Me 4
42. Cherry Point 4
43. Every Day 4
44. How High the Moon 4
45. Five O'Clock in the Morning 4
46. Blue on Blue 4
47. The Comeback 4
48. Whirly-Bird 4
49. Thou Swell 5
50. Teach Me Tonight 5
51. Moten Swing 5
52. Pigalle Love 5
53. One O'Clock Jump 5
54. G'wan Away 5
55. Yogi (Aka Yohl) 5
56. Bag-A-Bones 5
57. One O'Clock Jump 5
58. Spring Is Here 5
59. Baby, Baby All the Time 6
60. Little Pony 6
61. Ol' Man River 6
62. The Midgets 6
63. Whirly-Bird 6
64. Basie-Boogie 6
65. The Deacon 6
66. Cute 6
67. Ol' Man River 6
68. The Kid from Red Bank 6
69. Spring Is Here 7
70. Why Not? 7
71. Corner Pocket 7
72. Little Pony 7
73. Blee Blop Blues 7
74. Bubbles 7
75. How High the Moon 7
76. You're Not the Kind 7
77. Teddy the Toad 7
78. Jumpin' at the Woodside 7
79. Blues Backstage 8
80. Peace Pipe 8
81. Plymouth Rock 8
82. Shiny Stockings 8
83. H.R.H. (Her Royal Highness) 8
84. Bag-A-Bones 8
85. In a Mellow Tone 8
86. Whirly-Bird 8
87. Cute 8
88. Thou Swell 8
89. Five O'Clock in the Morning 9
90. Blee Blop Blues 9
91. One O'Clock Jump

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EU-only five CD set. This superb collection compiles all existing live recordings made by the Atomic Band at the Crescendo Club, in Hollywood, in the summer of 1958, for the first time ever on a single edition. The sound quality is excellent throughout the set. Count Basie's career was revived in late 1957 thanks to the success of the Neal Hefti-arranged LP Atomic Basie, which became one of his biggest hits. The orchestra was filled with stars, and Joe Williams' vocals were heard to great effect supported by Hefti's excellent scores and the superb quality of the band. This long unavailable material includes amazing extended live versions of many of the perennial Hefti arrangements, plus a variety of songs that formed part of the orchestra's repertoire at the time, and Sammy Davis Jr. As a guest star singing with the band on Ray Charles' "Hallelujah, I Love Her So". As a bonus, we have added the soundtrack from a complete 17-minute TV show featuring the same band shortly before it started the Crescendo engagement. Our comprehensive booklet contains detailed information, as well as a rare Count Basie interview published in Down Beat during the band's stay at the Crescendo.
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