Moonlight Serenade - Ray Charles & Count Basie - Ray Charles & Count Basie (CD)

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  1. Ray Charles + Count Basie Orchestra: Ray Charles + Count Basie Orchestra - Ray Sings Basie Swings ‎ (CD, Album) Hear Music, Concord Records, Universal Music Group International: Europe: Sell This Version.
  2. Apr 25,  · And I know that Ray and Basie would have been thrilled with the way this came out.” The project came about when Concord acquired the holdings of Norman Granz’s Pablo label. Among the unreleased material was a box labeled “Ray Charles and Count Basie,” leading to hopes that it was a previously unknown collaboration.
  3. Ray Sings, Basie Swings consists of archived vocals of Ray Charles from live mids performances added to new instrumental tracks specially recorded by the contemporary Count Basie Orchestra and other musicians. Charles's vocals recorded from the concert mixing board were added to new accompaniments to create a "fantasy concert" recording.
  4. Best of Count Basie [Direct Source] Count Basie: Record Label Moonlight Serenade/Stairway to the Stars: Glenn Miller: Record Label: Music for Health & Healing: Record Label: Ray Charles: Record Label: Little Horrors.
  5. Moonlight Serenade By Count Basie. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Moonlight Serenade. Featured on The Big Band Leader Vol. 1. More by Count Basie. Work From Home with Count Basie. Dance Sessions. Joe Willims Sings - Count Basie Plays and Swings. Basic Basie.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Les Plus Grands Moments Du Jazz Vol.2 on Discogs.
  7. Check out Ray Charles And the Count Basie Orchestra on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  8. Ray Charles and Count Basie: it would have been a killer combination, an obvious collaboration between two giants of music. They shared bills many times and Charles .
  9. Ray Charles and the Count Basie Orchestra Ray Sings, Basie Swings (Concord) The Music Box's #23 album of First Appeared in The Music Box, October , Volume 13, # Written by John Metzger. Ray Charles and Count Basie shared the stage many times over the course of their careers.

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