|Performer:||Count Basie And His Orchestra|
|Title:||Green Onions / Memphis Tennessee|
|Category:||Jazz / Funk, Soul|
|Other format:||TTA VQF MIDI MP1 DTS AUD MMF|
Written-By – Al Jackson*, Booker T. Jones*, L. Steinberg*, Steve Cropper*
Written-By – Chuck Berry
|55352||Count Basie And Orchestra*||Green Onions / Hang On Sloopy (7")||Brunswick||55352||US||1967|
|55451||Count Basie And His Orchestra*||Green Onions (7", Single, Promo)||Brunswick||55451||US||1967|
|Q 72497||Count Basie Orchestra||Green Onions (7", Single, Promo)||Coral||Q 72497||UK||1967|
|1020||Count Basie & Orchestra*||Green Onions / Hang On Sloopy (7", Single, Jukebox, RE, Sty)||Brunswick||1020||US||1972|
|Q 72497||Count Basie Orchestra||Green Onions (7", Single)||Coral||Q 72497||UK||1967|
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Free download and listen Count Basie and His Orchestra Live. Count Basie & His Orchestra. Tracks count: 4. Views: 1. Jon Hendricks, Count Basie & His Orchestra, Annie Ross, Dave Lambert - Popity Pop 09:32. Count Basie & His Orchestra - St. Louis Blues 07:49. Count Basie & His Orchestra - Jumpin' At the Woodside 03:44.
1955 Basie's Back In Town. 1 Jump The Blues Away. 9 Let the Good Times Roll. Count Basie & His Orchestra 1937/Chick Webb & His Orchestra 1936.
Given the paucity of Basie recordings from the '40s issued by his own label, the quality and content of this collection of 14 songs cut exclusively for radio in 1944 is scandalously good. his brief tenure with the Basie band, soloing on tenor sax. Jimmy Rushing and Thelma Carpenter are each featured on two numbers, and Carpenter's bluesy vocals, in particular, are a sultry delight. But the main thrust of this collection is the instrumental work, which, divorced from the three-minute limits of commercial recording, has lots of room for some hot improvisation.