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Buck Clayton played smooth trumpet, warm and precise every step of the way. The first session included here appeared under the nominal leadership of Count Basie's rhythm guitarist, Freddie Green. After Lucky Thompson introduces "I'm in the Mood for Love," Sylvia Sims sings the lyric in attractive, easygoing tones. The flip side, an uncredited original called "Sugar Hips," is a typical mid-1945 exercise in what was at the time called both "rebop" and "bebop." Swing was now ready to morph into music of greater rhythmic and ...

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  1. I'm in the Mood for Love
  2. Sugar Hips
  3. Diga Diga Doo
  4. Love Me or Leave Me
  5. We're in the Money
  6. B.C. Blues
  7. Why Do I Love You?
  8. All My Life
  9. Groovin' With J.C.
  10. What's the Use?
  11. Dawn Dance
  12. Well-A-Poppin'
  13. On the Sunny Side of the Street
  14. It's Dizzy
  15. Basie's Morning Bluesicale
  16. Saratoga Special
  17. Sentimental Summer
  18. Harlem Cradle Song
  19. My Good Man Sam
  20. I Want a Little Girl
  21. Jazz Band
  22. Jazz Band
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