[Cassette tape] - Side A: Count Basie—Live—Robin Hood Dell-74”; Side B: “Coral Springs Symphony Pops – Live, 1992-Feb., Count Basie-20-74-79”, 1974-1992

 Item — Box: AV 1, Cassette: 11

Scope and Contents

“Why not”: Waymon Reed-fluegal, Curtis Pegler, alto – “Cornet pocket”: Pete Minger, trpt, Jimmy Forest, tenor – “I can’t get started”: Paul Cohen, trpt – “Blues”: Al Grey, tromb – “Body and soul”: Jimmy Forest, tenor – “Basie” : Jimmy Forest, tenor – “Poor butterfly”: Paul Cohen, trpt, Carnegie Hall – Just Basie, with Al Grey – “A Train”: Jimmy Forest, tenor, Pete Minger, trpt – On o’clock jump, Disneyland, L.A. – [Notes: 33,000 people at Robin Hood Dell, 7-30-74 ; Count Baise – On the road – 70-79]

I can’t get started: Paul Cohen – What’s new: Paul Cohen – And the angels sing: Paul Cohen – Spirit is willing: Al Grey, tromb, Count Basic orch. – Splavky: Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, tenor, Basie orch. – In a mellow tone: Dennis Wilson, tromb, Basie orch. – Baise power: Eric Dixon, flute, Kenny Hing, tenor – Things ain’t used to be: Alto, Danny Turner, trpt, Paul Cohen – One o’clock jump, Disneyland, L.A. – And the angels sing-Benny good man, 1989, Paul Cohen – Tickltow: Buck Clayton Big Band, 1989, trpt, Paul Cohen.


  • 1974-1992

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From the Collection: 16 Linear Feet (16 Hollinger boxes, 7 oversize boxes, 1 Paige box, 2 pieces of realia)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Vanderbilt University Special Collections Repository

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