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Duke Ellington - Vol 6 - The Early Classics 1929 - 1930 download album

  • Performer: Duke Ellington
  • Title: Vol 6 - The Early Classics 1929 - 1930
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: TTA DMF MMF WMA MOD XM ASF
  • Style: Big Band, Swing
  • MP3 album: 1632 mb
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Duke Ellington - Vol 6 - The Early Classics 1929 - 1930 download album

Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra. A2. –Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra. A3. March Of The Hoodlums. A4. –The Harlem Footwarmers. A5. Blues Of The Vagabond. A6. All tracks recorded in New York. A1 to A3: November 14, 1929 A4 to A6: November 20, 1929 A7 to A9: November 10, 1929 B1 to B4: March 20, 1930 B5 to B7: April 3, 1930 B8 to B9: April 11, 1930. Neovox is very grateful to Roger Carter for the compilation of this cassette.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Trying to make sense of Duke Ellington's massive catalog is one of the more daunting tasks facing jazz lovers. His early output alone includes scores of songs, often with several different versions and a variety of record labels to consider. For completists, the Classics label offers a chronological route covering the mid-'20s through the mid-'40s (without a lot in the way of alternate takes).

Tracks: Duke Ellington - 1929-1930 {The Chronological Classics, 577}. 01. Jungle Jamboree (3:04) 02. Snake Hip Dance (2:50) 03. Doin' the Voom Voom (2:49) 04. Flaming Youth (2:24) 05. Saturday Night Function (3:05) 06. Jolly Wog (3:04) 07. Jazz Convulsions (2:51) 08. Mississippi (3:27) 09. The Duke Steps Out (3:19) 10. Haunted Nights (3:18) 11. Swanee Shuffles (3:21) 12.

Показать: Duke Ellington - 1930, Vo. (Chronological Classics). There are many gems on this set, including "Double Check Stomp," a remake of "Black and Tan Fantasy," "Old Man Blues," and the two earliest recordings of "Mood Indigo," and even a throwaway such as "That Lindy Hop" is still worth hearing.

Duke Ellington Related artists. The Duke Steps Out (Vo. CD2). 2001 Duke Ellington - Original Live Recording Vo. 2000 Falling In Love With Duke Ellington. 2000 Second Sacred Concert. 1989 Early Ellington (1927 - 1934). 1989 Duke Ellington Live At The Newport Jazz Festival '59. 1988 The Jimmy Blanton Era.

The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1930 (2 volume) (Classics). Anatomy of a Murder (Columbia – soundtrack album). Live at the Blue Note (Roulette). Festival Session (Columbia). Early Ellington: The Complete Brunswick and Vocalion Recordings of Duke Ellington, 1926–1931 (GRP/Decca, 3 discs). The Best of Early Duke Ellington (1926–1931, GRP/ Verve, 1 disc). Masterpieces, 1926–1949 (Proper, 4 discs). The Beginning Vol. 1 (1926–1928, Decca Jazz Heritage Series, 1 disc, DL 9224). Hot in Harlem Vol. 2 (1928–1929, Decca Jazz Heritage Series) (1 disc). Rockin' in Rhythm Vol. 3 (1929–1931, Decca Jazz Heritage Series) (1 disc, DL 79247). The Duke Box (Storyville, 8 discs, released 2007).

Album Information : Title: 1929-1930. Release Date:1996-11-19. For completists, the {sics} label offers a chronological route covering the mid-'20s through the mid-'40s (without a lot in the way of alternate takes).

Tracklist

A1 Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra* Breakfast Dance
A2 Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra* Jazz Lips
A3 Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra* March Of The Hoodlums
A4 The Harlem Footwarmers Lazy Duke
A5 The Harlem Footwarmers Blues Of The Vagabond
A6 The Harlem Footwarmers Syncopated Shuffle
A7 The Jungle Band Sweet Mama
A8 The Jungle Band Wall Street Wail
A9 The Jungle Band Cincinnati Daddy
B1 The Jungle Band When You're Smiling
B2 The Jungle Band Maori
B3 The Jungle Band Maori
B4 The Jungle Band Admiration
B5 Mills' Ten Blackberries The Mooche
B6 Mills' Ten Blackberries Ragamuffin Romeo
B7 Mills' Ten Blackberries East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
B8 Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra Double Check Stomp
B9 Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra My Gal Is Good For Nothing But Love

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Neovox Record Co.

Credits

  • Banjo – Fred Guy
  • Bass – Wellman Braud (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B9)
  • Drums – Sonny Greer
  • Piano – Duke Ellington
  • Reeds – Barney Bigard, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B9)
  • Trombone – Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B9)
  • Trumpet – Arthur Whetsel* (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B9), Cootie Williams, Freddy Jenkins (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B9)
  • Vocals – Frank Marvin (tracks: B8, B9), Irving Mills (tracks: B1)

Notes

All tracks recorded in New York.
A1 to A3: November 14, 1929
A4 to A6: November 20, 1929
A7 to A9: November 10, 1929
B1 to B4: March 20, 1930
B5 to B7: April 3, 1930
B8 to B9: April 11, 1930

Neovox is very grateful to Roger Carter for the compilation of this cassette.
Uncredited liner notes.
Serial number on back cover.

Original issue cat. Nr / matrix.
Track A1: Vi V-38115 / 57542-1
Track A2: Vi V-38129 / 57543-2
Track A3: Vi V-38115 / 57544-1
Track A4: Okeh 8760 / 403286-B
Track A5: Okeh 8746 / 403287-B
Track A6: Okeh 8746 / 403288-B
Track A7: Br 4760 / E31508-A
Track A8: Br 4887 / E31509-A
Track A9: ?? / E31510-A
Track B1: Br 4760 / E32447-A
Track B2: Br 6812 / E32448-A
Track B3: Br 4776 / E32448-B
Track B4: Br 4776 / E32449-A
Track B5: Diva 6046-G / 150165-2
Track B6: ?? / 150166-2
Track B7: Diva 6046-G / 150167-3
Track B8: Vi V-38129 / 59692-2
Track B9: Vi V-38130 / 59693-2

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: MCPS


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