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Best Of Count Basie (PVG)~ Artist Songbook (Piano, Vocal & Guitar)
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Best Of Count Basie contains 22 tunes from the legendary American jazz pianist, bandleader and composer Count Basie (1904 – 1984).

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Barney Bigard: Jubilee Shows No. 56 + 61~ Recorded Performance


Recorded in November 1943, these two half-hour radio programs were part of a series made in the 1940's specifically for the US Armed Forces.

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Jubilee Shows Vol. 9~ Recorded Performance


Earl "Fatha" Hines was one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time and, by the time he performed on Jubilee, he had been an important musician for nearly 20 years, with over 35 to go.

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Leonardo Pedersens Jazzkapel 1976-1977~ Recorded Performance

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Leonardo Pedersens Jazzkapel 1976-1977 - recorded sessions.

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Harry 'Sweets' Edison/Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis/Richard Boone: With Leonardo Pedersen's Jazzkapel~ Recorded Performance

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While there is a distinct Kansas City/Count Basie feel to this album, the repertoire also includes some Horace Silver bop classics and Louis Jordan jump-jive favourites.

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Louis Armstrong: Jubilee Shows No.26 And No.32~ Recorded Performance


These two live 'Jubilee' radio shows were made in 1943 specifically to entertain the U.S. military during World War II, and have never before been released on CD.

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Fletcher Henderson: The Jubilee Shows 77+78~ Recorded Performance


Jubilee Show No. 77: Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra, Lena Horne, Eddie Green & Jimmy Basquette, The Charioteers.

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Benny Carter: Jubilee Shows No. 207+2014~ Recorded Performance


This one-hour CD (20 tunes) is comprised of two Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) programs recorded in early 1945 in Los Angeles to entertain U.S.

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Benny Carter: The Radio Years 1939-1946~ Recorded Performance


Here, for the first time on CD, 61 minutes (20 tunes) with the Benny Carter Orchestra; radio broadcasts from between 1939 and 1946 recorded both at a ballroom and in the studio in Los Angeles, and at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem.

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Duke Ellington: At The Hollywood Empire~ Recorded Performance
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This is the first-time release of live radio broadcasts with the Duke Ellington Orchestra from the Hollywood Empire club in Los Angeles in 1949.

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Bob Crosby: The Jubilee Shows No. 68 + 70~ Recorded Performance


This CD consists of two "Jubilee" broadcasts from 1944 recorded by the Armed Forces Radio Service to entertain the U.S.

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Swing With A Band - Alto Saxophone~ Backing Tracks (Alto Saxophone)
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This brand new edition from Music Minus One features eleven swinging standards performed by a septet of jazz legends and you.

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Swing With A Band - Trombone~ Backing Tracks (Trombone)
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This brand new edition from Music Minus One features eleven swinging standards performed by a septet of jazz legends and you.


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