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Count Basie / Duke Ellington - First Time! The Count Meets the Duke mp3 download

Performer: Count Basie / Duke Ellington
Title: First Time! The Count Meets the Duke
Style: Big Band,Swing
Location: 61
Duration: 01:13:24
Released: 1961
Date of recording: July 6, 1961 - July 7, 1961
Size MP3 version: 1315 mb
Size FLAC version: 1202 mb
Size WMA version: 1625 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 167
Genre: Jazz

Count Basie / Duke Ellington - First Time! The Count Meets the Duke mp3 download

Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, 1899 – May 24, 1974) was an American composer, pianist, and bandleader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from 1923 until his death in a career spanning over fifty years.

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First Time! The Count Meets the Duke - Студийный альбом от Duke Ellington, Count Basie. В альбом вошло 24 треков.

First Time! The Count Meets the Duke is an album by American pianists, composers and bandleaders Duke Ellington and Count Basie with their combined Orchestras recorded and released on the Columbia label in 1961. On stereo releases of the album, Basie's band is featured on the left channel and Ellington's on the right.

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The Duke and his band accentuate their swinging dance band side, while Basie and company have never sounded as suave and exotic as when playing Billy Strayhorn arrangements. Everyone has a good time, and that joy infuses this album from start to finish. EAC extraction logfile from 4. April 2017, 11:10. Duke Ellington & Count Basie, First Time! The Count Meets The Duke. Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GSA-T50N Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.

Ellington's elegance and unique voicings meet Basie's rollicking, blues-based Kansas City swing, and it works gloriously. There's no clutter, each band is focused, and they sound great together. This is not the thoughtful, reflective composer side of Ellington (listeners should check out Far East Suite or Black, Brown & Beige for that).

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Free download and listen First Time! The Count Meets The Duke. Count Basie, Duke Ellington. Tracks count: 8. Views: 1. Count Basie - Battle Royal 05:35. Count Basie, Duke Ellington - To You 03:57. Count Basie, Duke Ellington - Take The ''A'' Train 03:49. Count Basie, Duke Ellington - Until I Met You 04:57. Count Basie, Duke Ellington - Wild Man 05:45. Count Basie, Duke Ellington - Segue In C 08:25. Count Basie - B D B 04:05. Count Basie, Duke Ellington - Jumpin' At The Woodside 03:07. Duke Ellington: The Reprise Studio Recordings - Duke Ellington. Astaire Time - Count Basie, Various Artists.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Battle Royal Duke Ellington Count Basie / Duke Ellington 5:33
2 To You Thad Jones Count Basie / Duke Ellington 3:53
3 Take the 'A' Train Billy Strayhorn Count Basie / Duke Ellington 3:46
4 Corner Pocket (aka Until I Met You) Freddie Green / Donald Wolf Count Basie / Duke Ellington 4:53
5 Wild Man (aka Wild Man Moore) Duke Ellington Count Basie / Duke Ellington 6:20
6 Segue in C Frank Wess Count Basie / Duke Ellington 8:22
7 B D B Duke Ellington / Billy Strayhorn Count Basie / Duke Ellington 4:43
8 Jumpin' at the Woodside Count Basie Count Basie / Duke Ellington 3:09


Cat Anderson - Trumpet
Count Basie - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Count Basie Orchestra - Performer
Aaron Bell - Bass, Liner Notes
Lawrence Brown - Trombone
Harry Carney - Guest Artist, Sax (Bass)
Sonny Cohn - Trumpet
Henry Coker - Trombone
Willie Cook - Trumpet
Stanley Dance - Liner Notes
Duke Ellington - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Duke Ellington Orchestra - Performer
Fats Ford - Trumpet
Frank Foster - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Charlie Fowlkes - Sax (Bass)
Howard Fritzson - Art Direction
Tim Geelan - Engineer
Paul Gonsalves - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Freddie Green - Composer, Guitar
Jimmy Hamilton - Clarinet
Johnny Hodges - Guest Artist, Sax (Alto)
Don Hunstein - Photography
John Jackson - Production Assistant
Quentin Jackson - Trombone
Budd Johnson - Sax (Tenor)
Lonnie Johnson - Trumpet
Eddie Jones - Bass
Thad Jones - Composer, Guest Artist, Trumpet
Teo Macero - Producer
Randall Martin - Design
Ray Nance - Trumpet, Violin
Henry Parker - Cover Photo
Debra Parkinson - Digital Remastering
Sonny Payne - Drums
Benny Powell - Trombone
Russell Procope - Reeds, Sax (Alto)
Seth Rothstein - Project Director
Marshall Royal - Sax (Alto)
Phil Schaap - Liner Notes, Producer, Remastering, Research, Restoration
George T. Simon - Liner Notes
Billy Strayhorn - Composer, Guest Artist, Piano
Juan Tizol - Guest Artist, Trombone
Frank Wess - Composer, Flute, Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Donald Wolf - Composer
Sam Woodyard - Drums
Snooky Young - Trumpet
To start out, just the single novelty alone of a double-sized big band is fun enough in concept, the execution on this record manages to get in some amazing moments that transcend the mere novelty, and while there are a lot of "Big Sound" moments, its never so heavy handed that it starts to sound bland or overbearing.And that's just to address what is probably the obvious first thought that many are likely to have before giving the album a listen.As far as how well the unique sounds of the two bands blend together, it seems as though it could hardly have worked better. In many ways, it really does come across like a seamless mixture in which both of the distinct personalities remain recognizable, but somehow still come together as one. At times it comes across as call and response, and other times it is a perfect blend.This is represented in nearly every conceivable way; arrangement and composition styles, as well as ensemble and sectional styles and the characters of the many notable soloists, not just the Count and Duke themselves.The album is perfect, if for no other reason than that it gives you a taste of all that your imagination could want of such an encounter, plus some unexpected treats, plus being of a satisfying length without being too long, and yet, of course, it still leaves you wanting a little bit more.
This is a great album, for sure: some of it's pretty hot but there are more lyrical songs, too. Feels like being in the pocket with two masters.