"crude version of one of the old-time, big-band numbers - "One O'Clock Jump" or "String of Pearls""

"One O'Clock Jump", written in 1937 by Count Basie, is a 12-bar blues instrumental. It was a popular jazz standard for all top swing bands, and was used as the theme song of the Count Basie Orchestra: they closed each of their concerts with a rendition of it for the next 50 years.

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"String of Pearls" was written and arranged by Jerry Gray and performed by Glenn Miller. In 1941, the piece was No.1 for two weeks on the Billboard Best Sellers Chart.

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