04 November, 2010

Count Basie & Joe Turner - The Bosses (1973) (eac-log-covers)

Count Basie & Joe Turner - The Bosses (1973)
jazz, blues | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 280MB
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Count Basie and an all-star band (including trumpeter Harry Edison, trombonist J.J. Johnson and the tenors of Eddie Davis and Zoot Sims) back up veteran Kansas City blues singer Big Joe Turner on one of his better later albums. The many fine solos inspire Turner, who is in top form on such tunes as "Night Time Is the Right Time," "Wee Baby Blues" and "Roll 'Em Pete."

Tracks:
-01 - The Honeydripper >00:06:44
-02 - Honey Hush >00:02:39
-03 - Cherry Red >00:04:44
-04 - Night Time Is The Right Time >00:03:56
-05 - Blues Around The Clock >00:05:01
-06 - Since I Fell For You >00:03:58
-07 - Flip, Flop And Fly >00:03:30
-08 - Wee Baby Blues >00:05:38
-09 - Good Mornin' Blues >00:03:51
-10 - Roll 'Em Pete >00:04:17
Recorded at MGM Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California on December 11, 1973.

Personnel:
Personnel: Count Basie (piano, organ); Big Joe Turner (vocals); Irving Ashby (guitar); Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis , Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone); Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet); J.J. Johnson (trombone); Louie Bellson (drums).

3 comments:

durmoll said...

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geoavr said...

Very nice album with quality recording.A mix of Count Basie's jazz with Joe Turner's blues.This didn't happen very often those days and that's why this album is classic.
Thanks a lot...

durmoll said...

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