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100 (100 Original Tracks - Digitally Remastered)

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01
Easy Living
Artist: Count Basie Orchestra
3:38  
02
Misty
Artist: Count Basie Orchestra
3:38  
03
One O'clock Jump
2:57  
04
Topsy
3:09  
05
Basie's Basement
3:19  
06
Smack Dab in the Middle (feat. Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Williams)
Artist: Count Basie Orchestra
3:39  
07
Jive At Five
2:56  
08
Bye Bye Baby
2:35  
09
Red Wagon
2:56  
10
You Can Depend On Me
3:14  
11
Oh, Lady Be Good
3:10  
12
Roseland Shuffle
2:34  
13
Rockin' the Blues
3:09  
14
Goin' to Chicago Blues
3:07  
15
Jump for Me
3:11  
16
Miss Thing, Pt. 1 & Pt. 2
5:38  
17
7th Avenue Express
2:40  
18
Pound Cake
2:44  
19
Dickie's Dream
3:09  
20
Lester Leaps in
3:14  
21
Easy Does It
3:28  
22
Tootsie
2:52  
23
Let Me See
2:48  
24
Gone With "what" Wind
2:48  
25
The King
3:10  
26
Feather Merchant
3:03  
27
Swingin' At the Daisy Chain
2:49  
28
Broadway
2:59  
29
Song of the Islands
2:52  
30
Smarty (You Know It All)
2:39  
31
John's Idea
2:58  
32
Time Out
3:04  
33
Blues in the Dark
3:06  
34
Every Tub
3:16  
35
Doggin' Around
3:07  
36
I Left My Baby
3:15  
37
Blame It On My Last Affair
2:50  
38
Texas Shuffle
3:08  
39
How Long, How Long Blues
2:57  
40
Shorty George
2:46  
41
Rhythm Man
2:40  
42
The Blues I Like to Hear
3:04  
43
Tickle-Toe
2:41  
44
Harvard Blues
3:20  
45
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
2:54  
46
Blow Top
2:56  
47
Stay Cool
3:12  
48
Once I Had a Secret Love
Artist: Count Basie Orchestra
3:20  
49
Brand New Wagon
2:54  
50
Dance of the Gremlins
4:07  
51
Shoe Shine Boy
3:01  
52
B-Flat Blues
2:38  
53
Swingin' the Blues
3:17  
54
Out the Window
2:47  
55
Hey Pretty Baby
3:02  
56
Rock-a-Bye Basie
3:05  
57
Sugar
2:52  
58
It's Sand Man!
3:09  
59
The Dirty Dozens
3:05  
60
Queer Street
3:05  
61
After You've Gone
2:35  
62
If You See My Baby
2:23  
63
Stay On It
3:27  
64
Golden Bullet
2:27  
65
Volcano
2:52  
66
The Glory of Love
2:31  
67
Basie Boogie
3:13  
68
Moten Swing
2:21  
69
Swinging the Blues
2:45  
70
Tuesday At Ten
2:59  
71
Fiesta in Blue
3:07  
72
Something New
2:18  
73
Just a Minute
2:41  
74
Lazy Lady Blues
3:07  
75
Sent for You Yesterday (And Here You Came Today)
2:55  
76
Mr. Robert's Roost
2:32  
77
Down for Double
2:54  
78
Ain't It the Truth?
2:56  
79
One O'clock Boogie
3:27  
80
The Jitters
2:46  
81
Clap Hands! Here Comes Charlie
2:30  
82
G. I. Stomp (Red Bank Boogie)
2:17  
83
Jelly Jelly (feat. Billy Eckstine)
Artist: Count Basie Orchestra
3:04  
84
Blue and Sentimental
3:14  
85
Super Chief
3:25  
86
Taps Miller
3:25  
87
San Josè
2:44  
88
Jumpin' At the Woodside
3:09  
89
Avenue C.
3:11  
90
High Tide
5:35  
91
Tippin', On the Q.T.
3:45  
92
The Mad Boogie
2:56  
93
Dupree Blues
3:07  
94
Louisiana
2:26  
95
Shine On Harvest Moon
2:25  
96
Rambo
3:21  
97
Taxi War Dance
2:50  
98
Sweets
2:24  
99
Panassie Stomp
2:50  
100
Bill's Mill
2:40  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 100   Total Length: 303:15

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