Title: Jazz of the World War 2nd Volume 3
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The Best Of Duke Ellington - Jazz Of World War 2nd (LP, Comp, Mono). Memorial (LP, Album, Comp). Session 1945 Home Sweet Home (LP).
Big Band Swing Early Jazz. This was a period in which the Ellington band was, if anything, underrecorded; he'd ended his longtime stay on RCA-Victor and was moving to Musicraft and then on to Columbia, and the move between labels left Ellington less well represented in the studio than he might otherwise have been with a long-term contract.
The Uncollected Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Volume 3: 1946 is a big band music album recording by DUKE ELLINGTON released in 1978 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
Black, Brown and Beige is a 1958 jazz album by Duke Ellington and his orchestra, featuring Mahalia Jackson. The album is a recording of a revised version of Ellington's Black, Brown and Beige suite. After a disappointing critical response to its first performance in 1943, Ellington divided the three-part suite into six shorter sections, leaving in "Come Sunday" and "Work Song", and it is this version that is recorded here. All tracks by Duke Ellington.
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Later on, Brunswick reissued these in the 6000 serie under Duke Ellington & his Orchestra. Though, they incorrectly attributed Brunswick 4450 to Ellington (reissued as Brunswick 6808 - Dog Bottom, Jungle Mama) - while it's indeed from another Jungle Band, actually the first record of Chick Webb and his formation. This error persisted and is still present in some modern reissues. If you happen to find Dog Bottom and/or Jungle Mama in recent Ellington reissues, they are likely not from the Duke, but from the King of the Savoy.
Ella Fitzgerald called him The Duke of Ellington; he was a true Renaissance man and one of the giants of 20th Century music – jazz or any other kind. Over five hundred of the best jazz musicians in the world passed through his ranks; rarely was anyone fired because he hired the best. It wasn’t until 1926, when Duke was being billed as Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra, that he really started to show promise in the studio with ‘It Was A Night In Harlem’ and the first rendition of East St Louis ‘Toodle-o’ ; a later version of this with ‘Toodle-oo’ on the end made the Billboard best sellers list. The following year the Ellington Orchestra worked on an album with Frank called ‘Francis A and Edward K’. This unique collaboration went almost unnoticed at the time of its release, failing to even make the Top 40 album chart; it was THE voice alongside one of THE great jazz orchestras.
|A.1.||Duke Ellington presents the "Perfume Suite"||0:55|
|A.2.||The Perfume Suite pt.1||4:57|
|A.3.||The Perfume Suite pt.2||5:16|
|A.4.||Diminuendo in Blue||6:46|
|A.5.||In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree||4:52|
|B.1.||Leonard Feather Presents Esquire Swank||0:38|
|B.3.||Frankie And Johnny||6:31|