13 rows · Basie & Beyond is almost a fantasy project, a major-label release of a high-quality jazz date with practically no chance of significant sales. In that sense, the other inevitable term to describe it is “throwback,” but you can’t help being glad Jones has the clout to …
Quincy Jones/Sammy Nestico Orchestra: Basie and Beyond Jones arranged and conducted for Count Basie in the late 1950s and early 60s. Nestico was the prolific workhorse of the Basie arranging staff during the final decade and a half of Basie’s life.
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We are pleased to welcome Dar Mar-Molinero to host a Basie to Ellington and Beyond Big Band Workshop in March 2019. Dan is a saxophonist, composer and educator and has been recognised nationally for his work in jazz and commercial music both as an educator and practitioner.
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Basie & Beyond “Please retry” Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from Used from MP3 Music, May 29, 2012 “Please retry” this is a really big band, not just a big band or a little big band, I find the the overall impression too subdued. Basie would have demanded a lot more of a band this size. His band could really swing. I heard him in
In this session I talked the the legendary Harold Jones who is best known for his work with the Count Basie Orchestra and has also performed with legends such as Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., B.B. King, Jimmy Smith and the list goes on and on…..
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