More Hits Of The ’50s And ’60s From Count Basie And His Orchestra

I was looking for something about this Basie album, but it’s basically just lumped into the pre-Pablo time frame on the orchestra’s discography page (yeah, Wikipedia again, of course). Nothing really of note happened with the band around the time this was released (1963) besides constant touring, promotions, you know, the usual, but Basie did notably perform at one of JFK’s Inaugural Balls (1960).


More Hits of the ’50s and ’60s

Count Basie

Side One

The Second Time Around
Hey, Jealous Lover
I’ll Never Smile Again
Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night in the Week)
This Love of Mine
I Thought About You

Side Two

In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
Come Fly with Me
On the Road to Mandalay
Only the Lonely
South of the Boarder (Down Mexico Way)
All of Me

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