Come Home - Arthur Prysock / Count Basie - Arthur Prysock / Count Basie (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Count Basie employed the services of a number of singers but the two most famous and well remembered are the celebrated blues shouters Jimmy Rushing and Joe Williams. Judging by the excellence of this CD Arthur Prysock could have made the third of an illustrious trio but unfortunately this outing is the only occasion that Basie and Prysock /5(15). Reply
  2. Come Home by Arthur Prysock - Topic. I Worry 'Bout You Arthur Prysock/Count Basie Arthur Prysock, Count Basie; 14 videos; views; Updated 3 days ago; Play all Share. Reply
  3. Arthur Prysock and Count Basie is a studio album by Arthur Prysock and Count Basie and his orchestra. Track listing "I Could Have Told You" (Carl Sigman, Jimmy Van Heusen) – "Ain't No Use" (Leroy Kirkland, Sidney Wyche) – "I Could Write a Book" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) – Reply
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  5. 1 x Vinyl LP, Album, Mono US A1 - I Could Have Told You () A2 - Ain't No Use () A3 - I Could Write A Book () A4 - Gone Again (). Reply
  6. All in all, the Count's (and Dick Hyman's) organic augmentation here and there represent only a few moments of the album and rightfuly so take a back seat of course to the man of the hour the unrivaled Arthur Prysock, who's powerful, rich and emotional voice is well supported by the tightly swinging and well arranged Count Basie Orchestra. Reply
  7. Count Basie employed the services of a number of singers but the two most famous and well remembered are the celebrated blues shouters Jimmy Rushing and Joe Williams. Judging by the excellence of this CD Arthur Prysock could have made the third of an illustrious trio but unfortunately this outing is the only occasion that Basie and Prysock /5(14). Reply
  8. This is the complete discography of the main inch () series of LPs issued by Verve Records, a label founded in by producer Norman Granz in Los Angeles, sorimerlighdisttelesulraheftiocrus.coinfoide new sessions Granz re-released many of the recordings of his earlier labels Clef and Norgran on Verve.. The primal sessions issued on Verve were one of Charlie Parker with Lester Young . Reply

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