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The Chronological Classics: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1953 released: 2005. The Complete Legendary Fargo Concert released: 2004. The Chronological Classics: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1952-1953 released: 2004. On the Sunny Side of the Street released: 2004. Jazz Violin Session released: 2004. It Don't Mean a Thing released: 2003. The Chronological Classics: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1951 released: 2003. The Chronological Classics: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1952 released: 2003. It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream. On the Sunny Side of the Street. Take the "A" Train (Stayhorn). Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me (Ellington-Russell). Tonight I Shall Sleep (with a Smile on My Face). The Minor Goes Muggin'. I Ain't Got Nothin' but the Blues.
Duke Ellington & John Coltrane is a jazz album by Duke Ellington and John Coltrane recorded on September 26, 1962, and released in February 1963 on Impulse! Records. It was one of Ellington's many collaborations in the early 1960s with musicians such as Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hawkins, Max Roach, and Charles Mingus, and placed him with a quartet (in this case, saxophone, piano, bass, and drums), rather than a big band
Top Songs Duke Ellington. Fragmented Suite for Piano and Bass: Second Movement. This One's for Blanton! Things Ain't What They Used to Be. Classic Ellington. Black, Brown, and Beige. I'm Beginning To See The Light.
Duke Ellington by John Eyles, published on October 6, 2015 at All About Jazz. Find more Building a Jazz Library articles. The Duke is frequently cited as the greatest jazz man of them all, with his main rivals for the crown being Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker and Miles Davis. Ask ten Ellington fans to list their ten favourite Ellington albums and the chances are you'll end up with at least 60 albums to choose from. com gave me over a thousand choices) -and so much of it is good. OK, where should you start with Ellington if you are building a collection? The truthful answer is "just about anywhere.
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