Try this one, from Benny Goodman.
This particular recording is from his set at Carnegie Hall, and it's been digitally cleaned up. I have the CD set ostensibly from one of the original sets of recording tapes that Goodman had squirreled away in his attic, found later, and released. The CD set is deliberately not cleaned up, which the quasi-purist in me appreciates, but I like the cleaned up version of Sing, Sing, Sing, also.
What really attracts me to this piece though, other than my liking for Big Bands and swing music, is the free-flowing extempore performance. The basic piece is a three-minute dance song, but near the end of the Carnegie performance, the band was well fired up and into their music. Krupa, probably with Goodman's prior permission, blew the piece into a jam session, and the main musicians each got a long-ish solo, with Krupa's drums both underlying the sets and bridging them, tying them all together. And there's a bit of byplay as Goodman seems to get into a loop in his second set, and Krupa's drums jump in to prod him. The piece then moves to an absolutely cold piano solo by Jess Stacy.