Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington 1928-31 download album
This is the discography of Duke Ellington. In actuality it is a sessionography, as the majority of these recordings are listed under the year they were recorded rather than the year released. Reissues are listed for most of the recordings released before the 1950s, as the original 78s are rare.
Exact same tracklisting as Duke Ellington - 1928-1931, different artwork. no photo, black printed, grey blue cardsleeve). Matrix, Runout (Side A): JPLP - 6 - A.
Grammy Hall of Fame in 1976 (1941), DDD 2 of 1941, nuTsie 4 of 1940s, US invalid BB 6 of 1941, POP 6 of 1941, Music Imprint 6 of 1940s, US Billboard 11 - 1941 (7 weeks), Your Hit Parade 16 of 1941, RIAA 17, Scrobulate 20 of swing, Acclaimed 394 (1941), RYM 3 of 1941. Black & Tan Fantasy. I Let a Song Go out of My Heart.
Duke Ellington 1928: listen and download Duke Ellington - 1928, Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges - Never no lament, Duke Ellington - Santa Claus Bring My Man Back, Duke Ellington, Ethel Waters - I Can't Give You Anythiing But Love & more.
Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra-Black and Tan Fantasy/Mooch-78 RPM Condition is Used. Any sale is much appreciated from the bottom of my heart. Thelonius Monk Plays Duke Ellington. 1982 release of the 1956 classic album. COLUMBIA Records CL1445 is Blues In Orbit in mono. This is a 1960 pressing.
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Duke Ellington was born April 29, 1899, in Washington, . A major figure in the history of jazz music, his career spanned more than half a century, during which time he composed thousands of songs for the stage, screen and contemporary songbook. He created one of the most distinctive ensemble sounds in Western music and continued to play what he called "American Music" until shortly before his death in 1974.