Duke Ellington and his orchestra, 1952.

Performer
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 [Browse]
Format
Audio
Language
English
Published/​Created
[France] : Classics Records, ℗2003.
Description
1 audio disc (75 min., 55 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

Details

Subject(s)
Performer
Library of Congress genre(s)
Getty AAT genre
Series
Notes
Compact disc.
Time and place of event
Recorded Seattle, March 25, 1952 (1-9) ; recorded New York, June 30, 1952 (11-12) ; recorded New York, July 1, 1952 (13).
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
Duke Ellington with his orchestra ; with Clark Terry, trumpet ; Louie Bellson, drums ; Betty Roché, vocalist ; Cat Anderson, trumpet ; Ray Nance, cornet or trumpet ; Willie Smith, alto saxophone ; Russell Procope, alto saxophone or clarinet ; Britt Woodman, trombone ; [and others].
Contents
  • Skin deep (7:34)
  • How could you do a thing like that to me (Sultry serenade) (3:51)
  • Sophisticated lady (6:13)
  • Perdido (4:38)
  • Caravan (4:13)
  • Harlem suite (15:17)
  • Hawk talks (2:53)
  • Ellington medley (6:54): Don't get around much any more ; In a sentimental mood ; Mood indigo ; I'm beginning to see the light ; Prelude to a kiss ; It don't mean a thing ; Solitude ; I let a song go out of my heart
  • Jam with Sam (3:39)
  • I love my lovin' lover (3:04)
  • Come on home (2:46)
  • Take the "A" Train (7:58)
  • Mooche (6:36).
Source acquisition
Bob Rickles Jazz Collection donated by Doris Rickles
Other title(s)
Chronological Duke Ellington and his orchestra 1952.
Container title
  • Duke Ellington 1952
OCLC
54970292
International Article Number
  • 3307517132024
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