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Oscar Peterson and Count Basie – Jumpin’ At The Woodside

From the BBC Four broadcast of Oscar Peterson: Words and Music, circa 1980, Oscar Peterson & Count Basie perform ‘Jumpin’ At The Woodside’ on two Bösendorfer grand pianos. They’re joined in London’s Royal Festival Hall by Joe Pass (guitar), Niels Pedersen (bass), and Martin Drew (drums). The entire interview and performance can be found here.

Watch some early Count Basie next: Basie Boogie.

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