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Ken Burns jazz : the story of America's music.

Author: Ken BurnsGeoffrey C WardLouis ArmstrongFred McDowellJames Reese EuropeAll authors
Publisher: New York : Columbia/Legacy, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Music from the PBS special Jazz, by filmmaker Ken Burns.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Burns; Geoffrey C Ward; Louis Armstrong; Fred McDowell; James Reese Europe; James P Johnson; Duke Ellington; Benny Moten; Coleman Hawkins; Artie Shaw; Glenn Miller; Horace Silver; Clifford Brown; Max Roach; Sonny Rollins; Dave Brubeck; Stan Getz; Charlie Byrd; John Coltrane; Miles Davis; Jim Europe's 369th Infantry Band.; Original Dixieland Jazz Band.; Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra.; Jazz Messengers.; Modern Jazz Quartet.; Dave Brubeck Quartet.; John Coltrane Quartet.; Miles Davis Quintet.
OCLC Number: 45588616
Notes: Columbia/Legacy: C5K 61432 (CK 61433--CK 61437).
Music compiled for the PBS television series, Jazz, directed by Ken Burns.
Program notes by Geoffrey C. Ward in booklet inserted in container.
Performer(s): Various artists.
Event notes: Recorded 1917-1995.
Description: 5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (44 p. : ill. ; 23 x 17 cm.)
Contents: Disc 1: Star dust (Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra) --
Soon one mornin' (Death come a-creepin' in my room) (Mississippi Fred McDowell) --
Memphis blues (Jim Europe's 369th Infantry Band) --
Livery stable blues (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) --
Charleston (James P. Johnson) --
Chimes blues (King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band) --
Back water blues (Bessie Smith) --
The pearls (Jelly Roll Morton) --
Dead man blues (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) --
Wild cat blues ; Cake walkin' babies : from home (Clarence Williams's Blue Five) --
Sugar foot stomp (Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra) --
Heebie jeebies (Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five) --
Potato head blues (Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven) --
West End blues (Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five) --
Mooche (Duke Ellington & His Orchestra) --
East St. Louis toodle-oo (Duke Ellington & His Washingtonians) --
Black beauty (Duke Ellington) --
Mood indigo (Jungle Band) --
There ain't no sweet man (worth the salt of my tears) (Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra) --
Singin' the blues ; Riverboat shuffle (Frankie Trumbauer & his Orchestra) --
Hotter than 'ell (Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra) --
I got rhythm (Ethel Waters). Disc 2: It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing) ; Echoes of Harlem (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra) --
Moten swing (Benny Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) --
St. Louis blues ; Ain't misbehavin' (Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra) --
For dancers only (Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra) --
King Porter stomp (Benny Goodman & His Orchestra) --
Rose room (Benny Goodman Sextet) --
Sing, sing, sing : with a swing (Benny Goodman & His Orchestra) --
Jumpin' at The Woodside ; Sent for you yesterday & here you come today (Count Basie & His Orchestra) --
Lester leaps in (Count Basie's Kansas City Seven) --
Oh, lady, be good! (Jones-Smith Incorporated) --
Without your love (Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra) --
Strange fruit (Billie Holiday) --
God bless the child (Billie Holiday with Eddie Heywood & His Orchestra) --
Three little words (Art Tatum) --
Rebecca (Pete Johnson & Joe Turner) --
Harlem congo (Chick Webb & His Orchestra) --
A-tisket a-tasket (Chick Webb & His Orchestra featuring Ella Fitzgerald) --
Shine (Django Reinhardt & Le Quartet du Hot Club de France) --
Dear old southland (Noble Sissle & His Orchestra). Disc 3: Body & soul (Coleman Hawkins) --
Cotton tail ; Take the "A" train (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra) --
Begin the beguine (Artie Shaw & his Orchestra) --
In the mood (Glenn Miller & his Orchestra) --
Well, git it! (Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra) --
Solitude (Billie Holiday with Eddie Heywood & His Orchestra) --
Drum boogie (Gene Krupa & His Orchestra) --
Salt peanuts (Dizzy Gillespie & His All Star Quintet) --
Groovin' high (Dizzy Gillespie Sextet) --
Ko-Ko (Charlie Parker's Re-boppers) --
Scrapple from the apple (Charlie Parker Quintet) --
Embraceable you (Charlie Parker Quintet) --
Get happy (Bud Powell Trio) --
Epistrophy (Thelonious Monk) --
Straight, no chaser (Thelonious Monk) --
Manteca (Dizzy Gillespie & His Orchestra) --
Moon dreams (Miles Davis Nonet) --
Just friends (Charlie Parker) --
Rockin' chair (Louis Armstrong) --
They can't take that away from me (Sarah Vaughan & Her Trio) --
Walkin' shoes (Chet Baker & Gerry Mulligan) --
Fine & mellow (Billie Holiday). Disc 4: Doodlin' (Horace Silver & the Jazz Messengers) --
I get a kick out of you (Clifford Brown & Max Roach) --
St. Thomas (Sonny Rollins) --
Django (Modern Jazz Quartet) --
Take five (Dave Brubeck Quartet) --
So what (Miles Davis Sextet) --
Giant steps (John Coltrane Quartet) --
Rick Kick Shaw (Cecil Taylor Trio) --
Chronology (Ornette Coleman) --
Original Faubus Fables (Charles Mingus) --
Acknowledgement (from A love supreme) (John Coltrane Quartet). Disc 5: Hello, Dolly! (Louis Armstrong) --
Desafinado (Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd) --
In a sentimental mood (John Coltrane & Duke Ellington) --
Tourist point of view (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra) --
E.S.P. (Miles Davis Quintet) --
Spanish key (Miles Davis) --
Birdland (Weather Report) --
Mister magic (Grover Washington) --
Rockit (Herbie Hancock) --
Un ange en danger (Ron Carter, M.C. Solaar) --
Tanya (Dexter Gordon) --
Soon all will know (Wynton Marsalis) --
Death letter (Cassandra Wilson) --
Take the A train (Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra).
Other Titles: Jazz
Story of America's music
Jazz (Television program)

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Music from the PBS special Jazz, by filmmaker Ken Burns.

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