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Count Basie Alumni Band
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The Hague, Holland, 1980
Buddy Tate (1913-2001) gained fame in the jazz world as one of Count Basie’s tenor-saxophonist soloists during 1939-48.
Tate had a long and productive career in the years after Basie, always displaying a distinctive sound and a hard-driving style.
This excerpt features Tate’s solo on an uptempo version of “Jumpin’ At The Woodside” with what was billed as a Count Basie alumni band, live from the 1979 Northsea Jazz Festival.
Buddy Tate, tenor sax
Arnett Cobb, tenor sax
Hank Jones, piano
Gene Ramey, bass
Gus Johnson, drums
- Scott Yanow
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