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Duke Ellington.

Title
Duke Ellington.
Author
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974
Publication
Los Angeles, Calif. : Epitaph, [between 1970 and 1979?]

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Description
2 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono; 12 in.
Alternative Title
  • Duke Ellington, 1899-1974
  • Bounce.
  • Until tonight.
  • West Indian stomp.
  • I hear a rhapsody.
  • Madame will drop her shawl.
  • Love and I.
  • Frenesi.
  • Take the "A" Train.
  • Frankie and Johnny.
  • After all.
  • Clementine.
  • John Hardy's wife.
  • Girl of my dreams.
  • Jumpin' punkins.
  • Jumping punkins.
  • Flamingo.
  • Live like this can't last.
  • Mooche.
  • Ring dem bells.
  • Frustration.
  • Coloratura.
  • Rose of the Rio Grande.
  • Love you madly.
  • Duet.
  • Harlem suite.
Subjects
Note
  • Contains previously released material.
  • Program notes by Foster Johnson on container.
Contents
Bounce -- Until tonight -- West Indian stomp -- I hear a rhapsody (Herb Jeffries, vocals) -- Madame will drop her shawl -- Love and I -- Frenesi -- Take the "A" Train -- Frankie and Johnny -- After all -- Clementine -- John Hardy's wife -- The girl of my dreams (Herb Jeffries, vocals) -- Jumpin' punkins -- Flamingo (Herb Jeffries, vocals) -- Live like this can't last (Ivy Anderson, vocals) -- The mooche -- Ring dem bells (Leo Watson, vocals) -- Frustration -- Coloratura -- Rose of the Rio Grande -- Love you madly (Betty Roche, vocals) -- Take the "A" Train (Paul Gonsalves, tenor sax) -- Duet --Harlem suite.
OCLC
  • ocm38214844
  • 38214844
  • SCSB-5715877
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries