Duke Ellington - Live In Paris - Oct-Nov 1958 mp3 album
Live in Paris Oct-Nov 1958.
Black, Brown and Beige is a 1958 jazz album by Duke Ellington and his orchestra, featuring Mahalia Jackson. The album is a recording of a revised version of Ellington's Black, Brown and Beige suite. After a disappointing critical response to its first performance in 1943, Ellington divided the three-part suite into six shorter sections, leaving in "Come Sunday" and "Work Song", and it is this version that is recorded here. All tracks by Duke Ellington.
Although it is billed as a Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges album, Side by Side is a 1959 album mostly under the leadership of Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington's alto saxophonist for many years. Ellington only appears on three of this album's tracks. The album places Hodges at the fore, backing him with piano by Ellington or Billy Strayhorn and providing other accompaniment by well-known jazz figures like Ben Webster, Roy Eldridge, Harry "Sweets" Edison and Jo Jones.
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Alhambra, Paris - Oct 29, 1958 Oct 29 1958. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Teatro dal Verme, Milan - Nov 17, 1958 Nov 17 1958. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Teatro Alfieri, Turin - Nov 18, 1958 Nov 18 1958. Last updated: 4 May 2019, 20:08 Etc/UTC. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
When Duke Ellington set out to make a live album at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival, he set his sights high, targeting new material that had been played by the band only infrequently in the months leading up to the concert. After the performance, Ellington and producer Irving Townsend decided to re-cut eight pieces under more ideal studio conditions and dub in applause to recreate the Newport event
DUKE ELLINGTON - "Masterpieces B. in mono on Columbia CL 825. The title is abbreviated on the spine, back cover and labels as "Masterpieces By Ellington". Vocals –Yvonne Written-By. Duke Ellington LPs also abound, such as numerous live recordings from Carnegie Hall and the Newport Jazz Festival, along with collaborations with artists like Frank Sinatra and John Coltrane. The reliable vinyl sellers offer helpful details about record condition and offer convenient shipping options.
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, Paris, 1958. Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Hal Jackson. Ellington & Armstrong, Paris, 1960. Duke Ellington & Dizzy Gillespie, New York City 1959.
|1-1||Take The "A" Train|
|1-2||Medley: Black And Tan Fantasy/Creole Love Call/The Mooche|
|1-6||Such Sweet Thunder/Sonnet To Hank Cinq|
|1-8||KInda Dukish/Rockin' In Rhythm|
|1-9||What Else Can You Do With A Drum|
|1-12||All Of Me|
|1-13||Things Ain't What They Used To Be|
|1-16||Hi-Fi Fo Fums|
|2-1||Medley: Don't Get Around Much Anymore / Do Nothin Till You Hear From Me|
|2-2||Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue|
|2-4||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|2-5||C Jam Blues|
|2-8||Take The "A" Train (Extended Vocal Version)|
|2-11||Jam With Sam|