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The Duke : the essential collection (1927-1962)

Author: Duke EllingtonBubber MileyHenry NemoIrving MillsBilly StrayhornAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Columbia/Legacy, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Jazz : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Duke Ellington; Bubber Miley; Henry Nemo; Irving Mills; Billy Strayhorn; Jimmy McHugh; Juan Tizol; Duke Ellington Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 43754087
Notes: Columbia/Legacy: C3K 65841 (CK 65842--CK 65844).
Jazz.
Previously released material.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Robert G. O'Meally (79 p. : ill.) included.
Performer(s): Duke Ellington, piano, and his orchestra.
Description: 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Hot and bothered --
East St. Louis toodle-oo --
Black and tan fantasy --
Black beauty --
Ring dem bells --
The mooche --
It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing) --
Slippery horn --
Saddest tale --
Showboat shuffle --
In a sentimental mood --
In a jam --
Caravan --
The gal from Joe's --
Braggin' in brass --
I let a song go out of my heart --
Battle of swing --
Prelude to a kiss --
Slap happy --
Old King Dooji --
Portrait of the lion --
Country gal --
Little posey --
Tootin' through the roof --
Sophisticated lady --
Hy'a Sue --
Lady of the lavendar mist --
Antidisestablishmentarianismist --Golden cress --
Sultry serenade --
Maybe I should change my ways --
Stomp, look and listen --
On a turquoise cloud --
Three cent stomp --
Don't get around much anymore --
Progressive gavotte --
I can't believe that you're in love with me --
I like the sunrise (from Liberian suite) --
Snibor --
Creole love call --
The tattooed bride --
Brown Betty --
Primpin' at the prom --
Monologue (Pretty and the wolf) --
Take the "A" train --
Jeep's blues --
Solitude --
Blue rose --
The star-crossed lovers (aka Pretty girl) --
Mood indigo --
Dancers in love --
Come Sunday --
Satin doll --
Flirtibird --Perdido --
C jam blues --
Things ain't what they used to be --
Happy go lucky local --
Something to live for --
Creole blues (excerpt from Creole rhapsody) --
Dance of the floreadores (Waltz of the flowers) --
Lotus blossom --
A midnight in Paris --
Asphalt jungle theme --
Battle royal --
Duke loves you madly (spoken).
Other Titles: Duke love you madly.
Essential collection (1927-1962)
Responsibility: Duke Ellington.

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