The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra Live (Hr-1)

Jul 2, 2017

The Feeling of Jazz, Hr-1, Program No. 293 airing July 2, 2017 featured a spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra (a/k/a "The Atomic Band") Live in Hollywood (1958).
Credit Phono Records album label

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 293 airing July 2, 2017 featured a spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra (a/k/a "The Atomic Band") Live in Hollywood (1958), (years active: 1935 to Present; surviving long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in 1984. It continues today as a 'ghost band'.) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

 8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Moten Swing, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Count on the Coast Vol. I (Phantastic), Benny Moten, 5:30 min.2. The Song is You, Jimmy Giuffre, West Coast Jazz (Orig. LP: Jimmy Giufre 3), Hammerstein-Kern, 3:59 min.3. Sweetie Cakes, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Count on the Coast Vol. I, Eddie Wilkins, 4:50 min.4. Dial "S" For Sonny, Sonny Clark, The 100 Best Jazz Tunes of the 1950's (Orig. LP: Dial "S" For Sonny), Sonny Clark, 7:24 min.5. Duet, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Count on the Coast Vol. II, Neil Hefti, 3:43 min.6. The Lady Is A Tramp, Stu Williamson, Stu Williamson Plays Rodgers and Hart, Rodgers-Hart, 4:17 min.7. Lullaby of Birdland, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Count on the Coast Vol. II, George Weiss-Gearge Shearing, 4:25 min.8. Stockholm Sweetenin', Quincy Jones, The 100 Best Tunes of the 1950's (1957-1958) (Chrome Dreams) (Orig. LP: That's the Way I Feel About Jazz), Quincy Jones, 5:42 min.9. Autumn Leaves, Cannonball Adderley, The 100 Best Tunes of the 1950's (1957-1958) (Chrome Dreams) (Orig. LP: Something Else), Kosma-Mercer, 10:55 min.