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Best of Count Basie [Roulette/Pablo]
     

The Best of Count Basie [Roulette/Pablo]

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by Count Basie
 
Although Pablo's The Best of Count Basie is a solid overview of highlights from Basie's Roulette recordings, it will primarily be of interest to neophytes, since it offers an introduction instead of a thorough overview of his time at the label.

Overview

Although Pablo's The Best of Count Basie is a solid overview of highlights from Basie's Roulette recordings, it will primarily be of interest to neophytes, since it offers an introduction instead of a thorough overview of his time at the label.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Pablo
UPC:
0025218040822
catalogNumber:
2405408
Rank:
140520

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Count Basie   Primary Artist,Piano
Louie Bellson   Drums
Roy Eldridge   Trumpet
Jimmy Forrest   Saxophone
Curtis Fuller   Trombone
Freddie Green   Guitar
Grey   Trombone
Johnny Griffin   Tenor Saxophone
Milt Jackson   Vibes
Pete Minger   Trumpet
Sonny Cohn   Trumpet
Eric Dixon   Saxophone
John Duke   Bass
Jack Feierman   Trumpet
Charlie Fowlkes   Saxophone
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen   Bass
Bill Hughes   Trombone
Butch Miles   Drums
Bobby Mitchell   Trumpet
Bobby Plater   Saxophone
Danny Turner   Saxophone
Mel Wanzo   Trombone
John Thomas   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Count Basie   Composer
Louie Bellson   Composer,Contributor
Roy Eldridge   Composer,Contributor
Jimmy Forrest   Contributor
Curtis Fuller   Contributor
Johnny Griffin   Composer
Milt Jackson   Composer,Contributor
Norman Granz   Producer
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen   Composer
Bobby Mitchell   Contributor

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The Best of Count Basie [Roulette/Pablo] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If for no other reason, buy this albulm for the last track Festival Blues. It is one of the most hypnotic, brilliantly executed pieces I've ever layed my ears on. Do yourself a favor.