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Died April 26, HollywoodFloridaU. Instrument Pianoorgan Genre Occupation Years active William "Count" Basie August 21, - April 26, was an American jazz pianistorganistbandleaderand composer.
Basie led his jazz orchestra almost continuously for nearly 50 years. His father worked as a coachman and caretaker for a wealthy judge. After Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi replaced horses, his father became a groundskeeper and handyman for several families in the area. His mother, a piano player who gave Basie his first piano lessons, took in laundry and baked cakes for sale Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi paid 25 cents a lesson for piano instruction for him.
Basie was not much of a scholar and instead dreamed of a traveling life, inspired by the carnivals which came to town. He only got as far as junior high school. He would hang out at the Palace Theater Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi Red Bank and did occasional chores for the management, which got him free admission to the shows.
He also learned to operate the spotlights for the vaudeville shows. One day, when the pianist failed to arrive by show time, Basie took his place.
Playing by ear, he quickly learned to improvise music appropriate to silent movie s. Though a natural at the piano, Basie preferred drums. However, the obvious talents of another young Red Bank area drummer, Sonny Greer who was Duke Ellington 's drummer from todiscouraged Basie and he switched to piano exclusively by age When not playing a gig, he hung out at the local pool hall with other musicians where he picked up on upcoming play dates and gossip.
His touring took him to Kansas CitySt. LouisNew Orleansand Chicago. Throughout his tours, Basie The Sisters Of Mercy - Stonehenge many great jazz musicians, including Louis Armstrong. Back in Harlem inBasie got his first steady job at Leroy's, a place known for its piano players and its " cutting Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi . He met Fats Wallerwho was playing organ at the Lincoln Theater accompanying silent movies, and Waller taught him how to play that instrument Basie later played organ at the Eblon Theater in Kansas City.
As he did with Duke Ellington, Willie "the Lion" Smith helped Basie out during the lean times arranging gigs at house-rent parties, introducing him to other top musicians, and teaching him some piano technique. A few months later, he was invited to join the band, which played mostly in Texas and Oklahoma.
It was at this time that he began to be known as "Count" Basie see Jazz royalty. When the band voted Moten out, Basie took over for several months as Count Basie and his Cherry Blossoms until the band folded, when he returned to Moten's newly re-organized band. When Moten died in after a surgical procedure, the band unsuccessfully attempted to stay together. Then Basie formed a new band, which included many Moten alumni, with the important addition of tenor player Lester Young.
They played at the Reno Club and sometimes were broadcast on local radio. Late one night with time to fill, the band started improvising. Basie liked the results and named the piece " One O'Clock Jump. We set the thing up front in D-flat, and then we just went on playing in F.
In that city in Octobermembers of the band participated in a recording session which producer John Hammond later Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi as "the only perfect, completely perfect recording session I've ever had anything to do When He Set Me Free - Sunshine Choral Aires - In Orbit. Hammond, according to Basie, had heard Basie's band over short-wave radio, then he went to Kansas City to check them out.
The results were Lester Young's earliest recordings. Those four sides were released under the name Jones-Smith Incorporated, because Basie had already signed with Decca Records but had not started recording for them his first Decca session was January He also hired arrangers who knew how to maximize the band's abilities, such as Eddie Durham and Jimmy Mundy. Hammond introduced Basie to Billie Holiday who was soon singing with the band. Holiday didn't record with Basie, however, as she had her own record contract and preferred working with small combos.
The band's first appearance at the Apollo Theater followed, with vocalists Holiday and Rushing getting the most attention. Eddie Durham came back to help with arranging and composing, but for the most part their numbers were worked out in rehearsal, with Basie, guiding the proceedings, and the results written out little if at all. Once they found what they liked, they usually were able to repeat it using their collective memory.
Next, Basie played at the Savoywhich was noted more for jitterbug ging, while the Roseland was more of a place for fox-trot s and conga s. In earlythe Savoy was the meeting ground for a "battle of the bands" with Chick Webb 's group. Basie had Holiday and Webb countered with Ella Fitzgerald.
As Metronome magazine proclaimed, "Basie's Brilliant You Say - Stilbruch - Scherben Conquers Chick's", then it went on in detail, : "Throughout the fight, which never let down in its intensity during the whole fray, Chick took the aggressive, with the Count playing along easily and, on the whole, more musically scientifically.
Undismayed by Chick's forceful drum beating, which sent the audience into shouts of encouragement and appreciation and casual beads of perspiration to drop from Chick's brow onto the brass cymbals, the Count maintained an attitude of Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi and self-assurance.
He constantly parried Chick's thundering haymakers with tantalizing runs and arpeggios which teased more and more force from his adversary". The publicity over the battle, before and after, gave the Basie band a big boost and they gained wider recognition, as evidenced by Benny Goodman For The Good Times = Por Los Buenos Tiempos - Engelbert Humperdinck - Sweetheart = Novia recording of One O'Clock Jump shortly thereafter.
A few months later, Holiday left for Artie Shaw 's band, and Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi replaced by Helen Humes ; she was also ushered in I.
Ziemlich Langsam - Lebhaft - - Schumann* - Riccardo Muti, Philharmonia Orchestra, New Philharmoni John Hammond, and stayed with Basie for four years. Basie's man band began playing at the Famous Door, a mid-town nightspot, with a CBS network feed and air conditioning. Their fame took a huge leap. InBasie and his band made a major cross-country tour, including their first West Coast dates. InBasie moved to Queens with Catherine Morgan, after being married to her for a few years.
They also started to record with RCA. The war years caused a lot of member turn over, and the band worked many play dates with lower pay. Dance hall bookings were down sharply as swing began to fade, the effects of the musicians' strikes of and began to be felt and the public's growing taste for Alone - Edens Calling - Lesson 1. Basie added touches of bebop "so long as it made sense", and he required that "it all had to have feeling".
Behind the occasional bebop solos, though, he always kept his strict rhythmic pulse, "so it doesn't matter what they do up front; the audience gets the beat". Basie also added flute to some numbers, a novelty at the time that became widely copied.
Soon, they were touring and recording again. Down Beat said " Basie has managed to assemble an ensemble Swing Low Sweet Chariot - Eric Clapton - Swing Low Sweet Chariot can thrill both the listener who remembers and the youngster who has never before heard a big band like this".
Inthe band made its first Europe an tour. Jazz was especially strong in FranceThe Netherlandsand Germany in the s; These countries were the stomping grounds for many expatriate jazz stars who were either resurrecting their careers or sitting out the years of racial divide in the United States. Neal Hefti began to provide arrangements, notably " Lil Darlin' ".
By the mids, Basie's band had become one of the preeminent backing big bands for some of the most prominent jazz vocalists of the time. InBasie released the live album Count Basie at Newport. It was released by Roulette Records, then later reissued by Capital Records. Later that year, Basie appeared on a television special with Fred Astairefeaturing a dance solo to " Sweet Georgia Brown ", Cervo Volante - Heather Parisi - Playlist: Heather Parisi in January by Basie performing at one of the five John F.
Kennedy Inaugural Balls. The Count Meets the Dukeeach providing four numbers from their play books. During the balance of the s, the band kept busy with tours, recordings, television appearances, festivals, Las Vegas shows, Nisi Ti - Various - Mega Dance Party 2 travel abroad, including cruises.
Some time aroundBasie adopted his trademark yachting cap. Through steady changes in personnel, Basie led the band into the s.
Basie made a few more movie appearances, such as the Jerry Lewis film Cinderfella and the Mel Brooks movie Blazing Saddlesplaying his arrangement of " April in Paris ". Basie died of pancreatic cancer in Hollywood, Florida on April 26, at the age of Basie also recorded with Tony Bennett in the early s - their albums together included the live recording at Las Vegas and Strike Up the Banda studio album. Basie also toured with Bennett, including a date at Carnegie Hall. Other notable recordings were with Sammy Davis, Jr.
One of Basie's biggest regrets was never recording with Louis Armstrongthough they shared the same bill several times. Other cultural connections include Jerry Lewis using "Blues in Hoss' Flat" from Basie's Chairman of the Board album, as the basis for his own "Chairman of the Board" routine in the movie The Errand Boyin which Lewis pantomimed the movements of a corporate executive holding a board meeting. In the early s, Lewis revived the routine during the live broadcast of one of his Muscular Dystrophy Association telethons.
In addition, Basie is one of the producers of the "world's greatest music" that Brenda Fricker 's "Pigeon Lady" character claims to have heard in Carnegie Hall in 's. Year Recorded! On September 11, the U. Post Office issued a Count Basie 32 cents postage stamp. Heather Parisi Sigla Fantastico 8. Heather Parisi Eyes of the tiger.
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