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Basie Jam #3

Count BasieVinyl
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars basie jam 3 February 21, 2000
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First rate! Benny Carter on alto is superb! JC Heard and Louis Bellson lay a solid beat down through out the album! Basie and Joe Pass fortify the rhythm section!Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis is as 'Normal', outstanding! Al Grey plays some great licks as well! First rate 'Combo' by marvelous musians!
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Now would you believe me if I told you this was a GREAT album of swinging but subtle music, with Clark Terry and Al Grey (two of my favorite brass men) trading some hot licks on "Moten Swing", but playing pretty for the people (as Ella would say) on "I surrender Dear"... With the elegant alto-sax of Benny Carter embellishing the tunes as only Benny did for so many years, with Joe Pass on guitar, with Louie Bellson on drums, with Eddie Lockjaw Davis playing some hot tenor...
But, let's not forget - this is a BASIE JAM - majority of players are well known to him and to each other by the time this was recorded (they even played in his big band and smaller units before) and, since they have time to stretch out here, they really do and the feeling is great.

If a younger listener wants to know what's swing all about and who was Basie, this album is not a bad place to start.
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