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The Greates There Is - Duke Ellington - 1947-1952 Recorded Works In Chronological Order (CD, Album)

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  1. Album + Compilation. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; The Chronological Classics: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra Duke Ellington and His Orchestra: 1: Just Jazz: "West Coast Swing" Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: 1: Best of Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: 1: Jazz Profiles: Duke Ellington & His.
  2. Not the best Classics disc of Ellington's s and '30s work (look to the label's mid- to late-'30s titles), this track round-up of the bandleader's output still offers enough in the way of quality originals and stellar playing to keep most Duke enthusiasts happy.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Duke Ellington - Recorded Works In Chronological Order at Discogs. Complete your Duke Ellington collection/5(6).
  4. Back to back, or side by side, Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges form a duo which, in terms of sustained jazz artistry, has never been rivaled. The Ellington fanciers will be well rewarded, for there are many passages of Duke's unusual and charming solo improvisations. "Johnny Hodges," Duke said, "has complete independence of expression/5(11).
  5. This is the discography of Duke of these recordings are listed by the year they were recorded rather than year released. Reissues are listed for most of the recordings released before the s, as the original 78s are rare.
  6. Get this from a library! The complete Duke Ellington: 5. [Duke Ellington; CBS disques SA (France)].
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Recorded Works In Chronological Order on Discogs/5(6).
  8. May 11,  · Duke started out recording for Brunswick. That very early stuff is on the 3CD early Ellington set but that there are some one CD sets out there. Next he was on RCA/Victor where he recorded most of the well known early "jungle" music stuff including the more well known versions of the songs you mention plus the Mooche, etc.

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