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Crosstown - Duke Ellington - The World Of Duke Ellington/Take The A Train (CD)

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  1. Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington Anthology. The most important composer in the history of jazz, the legendary Duke Ellington lead his band continuously for five decades. This collection features 52 of his most beloved songs, including: Caravan - Don't Get Around Much Anymore - I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good - I'm Just a Lucky So and So - It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing.
  2. The collection breaks down Duke's music into three eras: , which features music from the Washingtonians and Harlem's Cotton Club; , which presents the post-WWII performances of the Ellington Orchestra; and , which features excerpts from Duke's concept albums, classical excursions, and sound takes/5(7).
  3. The Greatest Jazz Concert in the World is a live album featuring Duke Ellington and his orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, T-Bone Walker, Coleman Hawkins, Clark Terry and Zoot tempcolthemitparnproflalawedsoagigolf.xyzinfo was released in Billy Strayhorn's "Blood Count" was debuted at the Carnegie Hall concert featured on the album. This was Strayhorn's last composition, he died a few months after the piece was.
  4. Oct 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Duke Ellington, "Take the A Train" YouTube Perfect Blues: s 30s & 40s Vintage Blues; Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Leadbelly (Past Perfect) - .
  5. Nov 14,  · Pianist, conductor, and composer, Duke Ellington is considered by many to be one of the most influential forces in 20th century jazz, if not the most influential. He came to be known as the ‘Duke’: not only was Ellington capable of maintaining an elegant and nonchalant style for any occasion, but he reigned over half a century of musical.
  6. Don Keipp's Crosstown Big Band will present a free concert of Duke Ellington music on Monday, May 6, , at Peery's Egyptian Theater in downtown Ogden. Lex B. Anderson Facebook.

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