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Taxi War Dance - Count Basie And Lester Young - The Count And The President (Vinyl)

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  1. 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. 8. Taxi War Dance: March 19, The Count Basie Orchestra 9. Dickie's Dream: Sept. 5, Count Basie's Kansas City Seven, with Dickie Wells, trombone Tickle-Toe: March 19, Broadway: Nov. 19, The Count Basie Orchestra Indiana: July 15, Lester Young Trio - Nat King Cole, piano; Red Callender, bass Just You, Just 5/5(1).
  3. Song information for Taxi War Dance - Count Basie Orchestra, Lester Young on AllMusic.
  4. While Young is the leader on most of the disc's '40s recordings, the '30s material finds him being employed as a sideman by Count Basie, Billie Holiday, and others -- and whether he is a leader or sideman, his playing generally operates from a less-is-more perspective.
  5. May 19,  · The name Taxi War Dance originates from the song "Taxi War-Dance" by legendary jazz composer Count Basie. Born , Taxi War Dance debuted as a cover band and over the years evolved with a few member changes. Bela and Fish are part of .
  6. Song information for Taxi War Dance - Lester Young on AllMusic. Song information for Taxi War Dance - Lester Young on AllMusic Afternoon of a Basie-Ite. Proper Sales & Dist. The President of the Tenor Sax. Jazz Legends.
  7. Count Basie And His Orchestra* Featuring Lester Young: Count Basie And His Orchestra* Featuring Lester Young - Lester Leaps In ‎ (CD, Album, Mono, Promo) Epic: 25・8P Japan: この .
  8. 4 hours ago · Taxi War Dance Alto Saxophone – Earl Warren *, Jack Washington Bass – Walter Page Drums – Jo Jones Guitar – Freddy Green * Piano – Count Basie Tenor Saxophone – Buddy Tate, Lester Young Trombone – Benny Morton, Dan Minor, Dickie Wells Trumpet – Ed Lewis, Harry Edison, Shad Collins Trumpet, Arranged By – Buck Clayton.

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