Count Basie And His Orchestra - The Count At The Chatterbox album flac
|A1||Shoe Shine Swing||3:56|
|A2||Oh, Lady Be Good||4:42|
|A3||St. Louis Blues||5:26|
|A5||Rug Cutters Swing||3:19|
|B2||King Porter Stomp||2:45|
|B3||I'll Always Be In Love With You||2:48|
|B4||You Do The Darndest Things, Baby!||3:13|
|B5||Swinging At The Daisy Chain||3:58|
|B6||Oh, Lady Be Good No. 2||3:18|
NotesAll selections are live pickups as broadcast from the "Chatterbox" of Hotel William Penn in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, various dates, 1937.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 750545A / 754505B
|3801162||Count Basie & His Orchestra*||The Count At The Chatterbox (CD, Album)||Jazz (Archives Of Jazz)||3801162||Netherlands||Unknown|
|CLP1139-2||Count Basie And His Orchestra*||Swingin' At The Chatterbox 1937 (CD, Album)||Stardust Records||CLP1139-2||US||2001|
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Count Basie & His Orchestra – The Count At The Chatterbox. Label: Jazz (Archives Of Jazz) – 3801162. Country: Netherlands. All selections are live pickups as broadcast from the "Chatterbox" of Hotel William Penn in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, January and February 1937. Tracks 6-10: January 10th; tracks 1-3: February 8th; tracks 5, 12: February 10th; tracks 4, 11: February 12th.
The Count Basie Orchestra is a 16 to 18 piece big band, one of the most prominent jazz performing groups of the swing era, founded by Count Basie in 1935 and recording regularly from 1936. Despite a brief disbandment at the beginning of the 1950s, the band survived long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in 1984. It continues as a 'ghost band'.
This disc focuses on live broadcasts of Count Basie's performances at the Chatterbox in Pittsburgh, PA in February 1937. The sound quality is OK (by 1930s standards) but not great - there are many other recordings of swing era broadcasts that have sharper, cleaner sound quality than Swingin' at the Chatterbox: 1937 (especially those that have come out on Hindsight). But the sound isn't terrible either, and serious Basie collectors will enjoy the performances despite the imperfect sound. Nonetheless, Basie's orchestra had a sound of its own - even in 1937 - and Swingin' at the Chatterbox: 1937 paints an attractive picture of his early work.
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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.