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  1. Vicage says:
    "Jumpin' at the Woodside" is a song first recorded in by the Count Basie Orchestra, and considered one of the band's signature tunes. When first released it reached number 11 on the Billboard charts and remained on them for four weeks. Since then, Genre: Swing.
  2. Zulkijora says:
    BASE jumpers wear a parachute, and sometimes a wingsuit, which is a specially-designed outfit that allows them to slow their rate of descent while making precision aerial maneuvers on the way nvenogrerenofe.teatchebutsawbcatilismvidibalbestdisf.co leaping off a cliff, the jumper's wingsuit rapidly fills with air, so he or she can glide along like bird.
  3. Mooguran says:
    Jan 12,  · Jumpin' At The Woodside Written-By – Basie* A2: Every Tub Written-By – Basie* A3: Out The Window Written-By – Basie*, Durham* A4: Shorty George Written-By – Basie* A5: Time Out Written-By – Durham* A6: Doggin' Around Written-By – Battle*, Evans* B1: Texas Shuffle Written-By – Evans* B2: Blue And Sentimental4/5(11).
  4. Shakazil says:
    This familiar pattern was evident in the band's theme song, "One O'Clock Jump," written by Basie himself in Success in the swing era. By Basie's band was, with the possible exception of Duke Ellington's (–), the most famous African American band in America.
  5. Akirn says:
    JUMPIN’ AT THE WOODSIDE -- Count Basie and his Orchestra, ONE O’CLOCK JUMP -- Count Basie and his Orchestra, Private Acetate, Glendale COUNT_BASIE_nvenogrerenofe.teatchebutsawbcatilismvidibalbestdisf.co3 PAGIN’ THE DEVIL -- Kansas City Six ROSELAND SHUFFLE -- Count Basie and his Orchestra, live JOHN’S IDEA -- Count Basie and his Orchestra,
  6. Kalabar says:
    "Jumpin' at the Woodside" is purely instrumental; there are no lyrics. The title refers to the Woodside hotel in New York City. When they arrived there in , Basie's band rehearsed in the basement. Later, Basie often stayed there when he was in New York.
  7. Tojazil says:
    Apr 17,  · One of jazz music's all-time greats, bandleader/pianist Count Basie was a primary shaper of the big-band sound that characterized midth century popular music.
  8. Zulkizahn says:
    Billie Holiday also sang with the band during this period, although she never recorded with them for contractual reasons. Hits such as " One O'Clock Jump " and "Jumpin' at the Woodside" (from and , respectively) helped to gain the band, now known as the Count Basie Orchestra, national and international fame.
  9. Akinohn says:
    Nov 29,  · The Count Basie Orchestra: Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Darle Carley, Frank Szabo (tp), Bill Hughes, Dennis Wilson, Grover Mitchell, Booty Wood (tb), Danny Turne.

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