|Cd 1 - Anatomy Of A Murder|
|1-1||Main Title And Anatomy Of A Muder|
|1-3||Way Early Subtone|
|1-4||Hero To Zero|
|1-5||Low Key Lightly|
|1-13||Upper And Outest|
|1-14||Anatomy Of A Murder (Stereo Single)|
|1-15||Merrily Rolling Along (aka Hero To Zero) / Sunswept Sunday (Movie Stings And Rehearsal)|
|1-18||Polly (aka Grace Valse, Haupe, Low Key Lightly, Midnight Indigo)|
|1-19||Polly (Movie Stings)|
|1-20||Happy Anatomy (Dixieland)|
|1-21||More Blues (P.I. Five)|
|1-22||Almost Cried (aka Flirtibird) (Movie)|
|1-23||Sound track Music: Anatomy Of A Murder (Duke Ellington A La Guy Lombardo)|
|1-24||Anatomy Of A Murder (Mono Single: In Stereo)|
|1-25||The Grand Finale (Rehearsal/Lines/Interview Music/Stings/Murder)|
|Cd 2: Black, Brown And Beige|
|2-3||Part III (aka Light)|
|2-4||Part IV (aka Come Sunday)|
|2-5||Part V (aka Come Sunday)|
|2-6||Part VI (23rd Psalm)|
|2-7||Track 360 (aka Trains) (Alternate Take)|
|2-8||Blues In Orbit (aka Tender) (Alternate Take)|
|Black, Brown & Beige (Alternate Take)|
|2-11||Part III (aka Light)|
|2-12||Part IV (aka Come Sunday)|
|2-13||Part V (aka Come Sunday)|
|2-14||Part VI (23rd Psalm)|
|2-15||Studio Conversation (Mahalia Swears)|
|2-16||Come Sunday (A Cappella)|
|Cd 3: Meets Count Basie|
|3-3||Take The A Train|
|3-4||Corner Pocket (aka Until I Met You)|
|3-5||Wild Man (aka Wild Man More)|
|3-6||Segue In C|
|3-7||B D B|
|3-8||Jumpin' At The Woodside|
|3-9||One More Once|
|3-10||Thae The A train (The Count Departs) (Rehearsal & Alternate Takes)|
|3-11||Jumpin' At The Woodside (Alternate Take)|
|3-12||B D B (Alternate Take)|
|3-13||Blues In Hoss' Flat) (Blues In Frankie's Flat)|
|3-14||Wild Man aka Wiild Man Moore) (Alternate Take)|
|3-15||Battle Royal (Rehearsal & Alternate Takes)|
Disc 1 1. It Dont Mean A Thing If It Aint Got That Swing - Duke Ellington with Ivie Anderson 2. Lazy Rhapsody - Cootie Williams, Duke Ellington 3. Blue Tune 4. Baby, When You Aint There 5. St. Louis Blues 6. Creole Love Call - Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra 7. Blue Harlem 8. The Sheik of Araby 9. Best Wishes 1. Harlem Speaks 25. Daybreak Express Disc 2 1. Ebony Rhapsody II 2. Ebony Rhapsody II 3. Solitude - Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 4. Saddest Tale 5. Moonlight Fiesta 6. Prelude to a Kiss - Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 7. Hip Chic - Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 8. Buffet Flat 9. Jazz Potpourri 10. It On Toast 11.
Cd 1 - Anatomy Of A Murder 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11 1-12 1-13 Bonus tracks: 1-14. Happy Anatomy (Dixieland) More Blues (. Five) Almost Cried (aka Flirtibird) (Movie) Sound track Music: Anatomy Of A Murder (Duke Ellington A La Guy Lombardo) Anatomy Of A Murder (Mono Single: In Stereo) The Grand Finale (rview Music/Stings/Murder) Pause Track. Part I Part II Part III (aka Light) Part IV (aka Come Sunday) Part V (aka Come Sunday) Part VI (23rd Psalm).
The Pianist (LP, Album, RE). Fantasy, Fantasy. Mercado 0 10 À Venda a partir de € 3,34. Comprar CD Vender CD. Compartilhar.
DUKE ELLINGTON - Greatest hits. CD album released in 1992. The CD is in excellent condition. Artist: Duke Ellington.
Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington on CD with FREE delivery from ZOOM. uk - See our full range of other CD titles. In Stock - Usually despatched within 24 hoursReleased: 01/10/2012. Standard Delivery (FREE UK) 1st class (£. 5 UK) 1 - 2 business days Next Day (£5 UK) Monday to Thursday only European Union 3 - 6 business days.
The "Mary Poppins" album is, however, close enough to the Ellington's big band peaks, with Duke and his soul brother Strayhorn really working out fresh and interesting arrangements, with making the soloists deliver the most they are able at the time (and many of them are more than able. he rest of the package is, basically, Ellington's orchestra playing songs from other big bands repertoire ("Will the big bands ever come back?" album) and contemporary songs (the "'65" and "'66" album) - which is also kinda nice and kinda dukish, al. .TOC of the extracted CD. Track Start Length Start sector End sector –- 1 0:00. 09 0 15833 2 3:31. 05 15834 29038 3 6:27. 38 29039 44076 4 9:47. 43 44077 55444 5 12:19. 52 55445 70271 6 15:36. 31 70272 81702 7 18
This is the discography of Duke Ellington. Most 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 1950s, as the original 78s are rare.
Duke Ellington - Black And Tan Fantasy (Newport, 1956) Duke Ellington - It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) Duke Ellington - You Don't Love Me No More Duke Ellington - Tell Me 1c.
It kicks off with Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra playing the infectious "East St. Louis Toodle-Oo"-later covered by Steely Dan with a wah-wah guitar standing in for "Tricky Sam" Nanton's signature plungered trombone.