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9 thoughts on “ Basie English - Lester Young - The complete 1926-1949 Small Group Alternatives (CD)

  1. Mooguzil
    Lester Young, American tenor saxophonist who emerged in the mids Kansas City, Mo., jazz world with the Count Basie band and introduced an approach to improvisation that provided much of the basis for modern jazz solo conception. Young’s tone was a striking departure from the accepted.
  2. Nizuru
    After a tour with Andy Kirk and a few brief jobs, Lester Young was back with Basie in , just in time to star with the band as they headed East. Young made history during his years with Basie, not only participating on Count's record dates but starring with Billie Holiday and Teddy Wilson on a series of classic small-group sessions.
  3. Dailkis
    Lester dream Legendary Recordings whith Count basie Combos Lester Young. DRCD Out of stock. The Complete - Small Group Alternates Vol.2 The Complete - Small Group Sessions Vol.2 Lester Young. BMCD Out of stock. (2-CD) Lester Young Sextet and Septet. LHJ_2 Out of stock.
  4. Kagat
    There are many Lester Young compilations out there and focusing on these Savoy sides with all the takes features him as a leader of his own group/small band,key soloist as well as dates with his "boss" Count Basie and other great magicians of the day/5(16).
  5. Tygozilkree
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Complete Small Group Sessions Studio Recordings, Vol. 1 - Lester Young on AllMusic -
  6. Tygobei
    Red Label: Hommage to Lester Young & the Basie-Ites by Lester's Blues, released 02 November 1. King Porter Stomp 2. One O'Clock Jump 3. Easy Living 4. Lester's Be-Bop Boogie 5. Six Cats And A Prince 6. My Man 7. The Goon Drag 8. Shoe Shine Boy 9. Ad-Lib Blues I Want A Little Girl Evenin' Tickle Toe Sun Showers
  7. Kelar
    Count Basie And His Orchestra* Featuring Lester Young Count Basie And His Orchestra* Featuring Lester Young - Lester Leaps In ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RM) Epic.
  8. Zushura
    It's always good to be a fan of Count Basie and Lester Young, but with the concurrent releases of Mosaic's 8-CD box set Classic Studio Sessions and the National Jazz Museum in Harlem's second volume of Bill Savory recordings (focused entirely on Basie and Young from ), the artistry of these great musicians can be understood in greater detail than ever before. In this.

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