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In 1938, Humes joined Count Basie's Orchestra for three years. Since Jimmy Rushing specialized in blues, Helen Humes mostly got stuck singing pop ballads, but she did a fine job. After freelancing in New York (1941-1943) and touring with Clarence Love (1943-1944), Humes moved to Los Angeles.
HELEN HUMES. Helen Humes was a fantastic Blues singer who made some very early recordings as a solo artist, became famous as the voice of the Count Basie Orchestra, toured Europe with the American Blues Festivals and made a formidable comeback after a ten year retirement. With a recording career lasting well over 50 years, Helen never had a ...
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The great jazz singer Helen Humes sings her hit Hey Baba Leba with Dizzy Gillespie and his orchestra c.1947
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14/09/1981 · Helen Humes, whose high-pitched, sweet-toned voice was heard with Count Basie's orchestra for four years and who subsequently had a long career as a singer of both ballads and blues, died of cancer...
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