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  1. Goin' to Chicago, so sorry that I can't take you I come from Chi-Town, Chi-Town is my town We're goin' to Chicago, sorry that, can't take you No use in crying, tired of your lying Ain't nothing left to scream and dream in town, mucky woman like you can do, can do I gotta quit ya, can't make it with ya.
  2. William "Count" Basie (August 21, – April 26, ) was a jazz pianist, organist, composer, and bandleader. As a pianist, he had a distinctive and influential style (the song title "Splanky" is an onomatopoetic reference to the sound of his playing), equally at home in .
  3. Sep 19,  · Check out America's #1 Band by Count Basie & His Orchestra on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on catapocardwabmaililanddemosuppjus.coinfo Go Unlimited Try now Goin' To Chicago Blues (Album Version) by Count Basie. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 7. Live and Love Tonight (78rpm Version) by Basie's Bad Boys/5(16).
  4. The song Goin' to Chicago Blues was written by Jimmy Rushing and Count Basie and was first recorded and released by Count Basie and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by James Rushing in It was covered by Doc Watson & David Grisman, Joe Williams [US1], Oscar Klein & Katie Kern, Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends and other artists.
  5. Chicago Lyrics: You keep your New York Joys / I'm going to Illinois / Just as fast as I can / You New York women think / You'll make a fool of any man / Play all kinds of games / And you'll cheat.
  6. Fishpond Australia, Gold by Count BasieBuy. Music online: Gold, , catapocardwabmaililanddemosuppjus.coinfo
  7. Goin' To Chicago Blues Lyrics: Goin' to Chicago, sorry but I can't take you / Goin' to Chicago, sorry but I can't take you / There's nothin' in Chicago that a mucky woman can do! / When you see me.
  8. Track List: Gold: Jumping at the Woodside: One O'Clock Jump: Blue & Sentimental: Stormy Monday Blues: Going to.
  9. COUNT BASIE Vinyl Records and CDs: Setting the stage with just a?ôsplunk?ö or two from his piano, Count Basie's big band in the?æ30s swung harder than any other, giving the world such talents as Lester Young, Buck Clayton and "Sweets" Edison. That trio, along with the Count himself, created a freewheeling beast featuring sizzling improvs.

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