JCL 997. Count Basie And His Orchestra. One O'Clock Jump (LP, RE). Columbia Special Products. One O' Clock Jump (LP, Album, Comp). CL 997.
One O'Clock Jump" is a jazz standard, a 12-bar blues instrumental, written by Count Basie in 1937. The melody derived from band members' riffs-Basie rarely wrote down musical ideas, so Eddie Durham and Buster Smith helped him crystallize his ideas. The original 1937 recording of the tune by Basie and his band is noted for the saxophone work of Herschel Evans and Lester Young, trumpet by Buck Clayton, Walter Page on bass and Basie himself on piano.
Tracklist: 1. Mutton-Leg, 2. Beaver Junction, 3. Patience And Fortitude, 4. I Ain’t Got Nobody, 5. I’m Confessin’, 6. Little Pony, 7. Stay Cool, 8. These Foolish Things, 9. ‘Ay Now!, 10. Ain’t It The Truth, 11. Ride On, 12. One O’Clock Jump. 3. Patience And Fortitude. 4. I Ain’t Got Nobody.
One O'Clock Jump is a 1957 album by the Count Basie Orchestra, arranged by Ernie Wilkins and featuring vocalist Joe Williams on seven of the ten tracks. Ella Fitzgerald is featured in duet with Williams on the first track, "Too Close for Comfort", arranged by Edgar Sampson. One O'Clock Jump", "Jamboree" and "From Coast to Coast" are instrumentals by the Count Basie Orchestra.
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