Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Washington, D.C. Armory Concert April 30, 1955 mp3 album
This is a particularly enjoyable concert performance by the erratically documented 1955 Duke Ellington Orchestra. Both altoist Rick Henderson and bass trombonist John Sanders have rare features and the orchestra stretches out on "Take the 'A' Train," "Happy Go Lucky Local" and "Harlem.
This is the discography of Duke Ellington. Most of these recordings are listed by the year they were recorded rather than year released. Duke Ellington Vol. 4: April 30, 1947. The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1946–47 (Classics). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1947 (2 volumes) (Classics). Armory Concert (Jazz Guild). The Carnegie Hall Concerts: March 1955. Blue Rose (Columbia, with Rosemary Clooney).
In 1955 the great Duke Ellington and his Orchestra performed for the 10,000 seat D. C. Armory, in his hometown of Washington, D. As Ellington fans will of course remember, Ellington had an incredible rebirth at the Newport Jazz Festival the next year, after reacquiring alto saxophone star Johnny Hodges and his writing partner, the great Billy Strayhorn.
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra is perhaps the greatest of all Jazz bands. The group stayed together for over fifty years and recorded and wrote some of America's greatest music. The band started in New York City under name of the Washingtonians in 1923, they then briefly became known as Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra, then as Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra from 1927 to 1930. It was through weekly radio broadcasts from the Cotton Club that the orchestra gained nationwide exposure and became famous.
Issued in textured gatefold cover. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra in previously unreleased concert performances recorded at The Olympia Theatre, Paris. Recorded on February 1st, 2nd and 23rd, 1963. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Matrix, Runout (Matrix, Side A): ST-A-722715 PR.
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - 4:30 Blues 05:01. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - Up Jump 03:50. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - April in Paris 04:31. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - I'm Beginning to See the Light 01:20. Harlem - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. The Ellington Suites - Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Historical Jazz Recordings: 1930-1931 - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Historical Jazz Recordings: 1929-1930 - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
ARMORY is a speed metal music artist. DUKE ELLINGTON : THE WASHINGTON,D. ARMORY CONCERT : APRIL 3. 955 : Vinyl Album.
|All The Things You Are||4:15|
|Just Squeeze Me (But Please Don't Tease Me)||2:45|
|La Virgen De La Macarena||4:15|
|Happy Go Lucky Lokal||6:20|
|A Tone Parallel To Harlem||15:30|
|Take The A Train (Extented Version)||6:55|
|John Sander's Blues||4:17|
|NOST 7611||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Washington, D.C. Armory Concert April 30, 1955 (LP, Album)||Nostalgia , Phontastic||NOST 7611||Sweden||1980|
|SR-300||Duke Ellington||The Armory Concert (CDr, Album, Mono)||Squatty Roo Records||SR-300||US||2018|
|1002||Duke Ellington||The Washington, D.C. Armory Concert April 30, 1955 (LP, Album, Mono)||Jazz Guild||1002||Canada||Unknown|