Tea For Two - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Carnegie Hall December 11th 1943 (CD)

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    These live recordings span the years , featuring 85 performances by Duke Ellington and some of the jazz's greatest musicians. _____ Complete tracklisting: Carnegie Hall Concert, January 23, CD 1 The Star Spangled Banner Black And Tan Fantasy Rockin' In Rhythm Moon Mist Jumpin' Punkins Portrait Of Bert.
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    Beginning, appropriately enough for a wartime concert, with "The Star Spangled Banner" and moving through a cavalcade of the band's greatest arrangements and solo features (including an uncommonly brisk, virtuoso turn for Ben Webster and company on "Cotton Tail"), The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts: January is a stunning portrait of Reviews:
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    The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts: January , an Album by Duke Ellington. Released in on Prestige (catalog no. P ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Big Band. Featured peformers: Duke Ellington (piano, leader, aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text), Shorty Baker (trumpet), Lawrence Brown (trombone), Harry Carney (baritone saxophone, clarinet, alto saxophone), Sonny .
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