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Song of the Day #920

Song of the Day: Li'l Darlin', composed by the late, great Neal Hefti (who passed away on October 11, 2008), was a huge hit for the Count Basie Band. Hefti arranged this luscious tune and others on what has become known as the "Atomic Basie" album. Take a look at a Basie-Hefti YouTube moment, and at this all-too-brief clip of the great jazz guitarist Joe Pass.

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i'm gonna sample some of Count Basie abd see if I can come up with a hip hop song.

Clever and interesting toughts. Hope to read more from you.

Regards,
Matt P.