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  1. She was just Miss Jones to me. And then I said, "Miss Jones, you're a girl who understands I'm a man who must be free." And all at once I lost my breath, and all at once was scared to death, And all at once I owned the earth and sky. And now I've met Miss Jones, and we'll keep on meeting till we die, Miss Jones and I. [musical interlude].
  2. Official Instagram for The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra. Our new album ‘All About That Basie’ available at link below. Hi Facebook Friends and Count Basie fans!!! The se. Our Zoom Webinar on Count Basie was a smash hit!! The Count Basie Orchestra Zoom Webinar is just les.
  3. Find HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES, Jazz Combo / Small Ensembles, Little Big Band and more at Marina Music To use this site, you must first enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions to enable JavaScript in your web browser.
  4. The song Have You Met Miss Jones? was written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart and was first performed by Joy Hodges & Austin Marshall. It was covered by Michael Hashim, Ezekiel Victor with Pablo Motta and Canaan McDuffie, The Polite Jazz Quartet, Martial Solal - Dave Douglas and other artists.
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  6. The Count Basie Orchestra is a 16 to 18 piece big band, one of the most prominent jazz performing groups of the swing era, founded by Count Basie in and recording regularly from Despite a brief disbandment at the beginning of the s, the band survived long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in
  7. C2 – Have You Met Miss Jones C3 – The Lady Is A Tramp C4 – I’m Getting Sentimental Over You C5 – Bewitched C6 – Day In Day Out D1 – Get Me To The Church On Time D2 – When Sonny Gets Blue D3 – On The Sunny Side Of The Street D4 – Together D5 – If .
  8. Have You Met Miss Jones Tutorial ‘Have You Met Miss Jones’ is written in the key of F Major and is usually played at a fast tempo. The tune was originally written by Richard Rodgers for the musical comedy ‘I’d Rather Be Right’ and has since been recorded by many of the great jazz musicians such as Art Tatum, Hank Jones, Kenny Barron, Chet Baker and Oscar Peterson.

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