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The location in the title refers to the Woodside Hotel, which was located on Seventh Avenue at nd Street in Harlem and has since been demolished. The American Century Theater. For the album by Buck Clayton, see Jumpin’ at the Woodside album.
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Hence the title of one of Basie’s best-known tunes, “Jumpin’ at the Woodside,” is a triple entendre. Get to Know Us.
Jumpin’ at the Woodside by Kurt Edelhagen In addition to numerous Basie recordings over the years, the song has been recorded by a number of artists including Lionel Hampton Monk Montgomery Oscar Peterson Django Reinhardt Buddy Rich  and others.
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It could be jumping as in “the joint is jumping”; or lively, jumping juumpin in dancing; or jumping as in sex. University of Minnesota Press. December 17, .