Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Jungle Jamboree (Ellingtonia 1927-1930) mp3 album
1930 B4, B5, B7 recorded in New York, November 20, 1929. Matrix, Runout (Side 1): XAR 394-1N. Matrix, Runout (Side 2): XAR 395-1N.
Songs in album Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra (1927-1928) (1928). The Blues I Love To Sing. 03:07 192 Кб/с 207. 4.
The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1927–1928 (Classics). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1928 (Classics). Flaming Youth (1927–1929) (RCA Victor) (Released 1965). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1928–1929 (Classics). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1929 (Classics). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1930 (2 volume) (Classics). Money Jungle (United Artists). Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (Impulse!, released 1963). Ellingtonia, Vol. Two. The Blanton–Webster Band.
Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, 1899 – May 24, 1974) was an American composer, pianist, and leader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from 1923 until his death over a career spanning more than fifty years. Born in Washington, . Ellington was based in New York City from the mid-1920s onward and gained a national profile through his orchestra's appearances at the Cotton Club in Harlem. In the 1930s, his orchestra toured in Europe
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. 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. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra is perhaps the greatest of all Jazz bands.
Carefree Cheerful Fun Light Lively Playful Sophisticated Swaggering Warm. Duke Ellington & His World Famous Orchestra (1946-1947). This mid-priced triple-CD box (originally five separate LPs) contains 64 tracks recorded by Ellington and his band for radio broadcast between March 28, 1946 and June 10, 1947. This was a period in which the Ellington band was, if anything, underrecorded; he'd ended his longtime stay on RCA-Victor and was moving to Musicraft and then on to Columbia, and the move between labels left Ellington less well represented in the studio than he might otherwise have been with a long-term contract
Digesting the music of Duke Ellington's revolutionary "jungle" period is a complicated pursuit because he recorded multiple arrangements for a number of labels between 1927 and 1932. Sony owns his OKeh and Columbia cuts (found on these two CDs), BMG owns his Victor sides, and Decca owns his Brunswick and Vocalion work (issued on the three-CD Early Ellington). 3. Saturday Night Function.
|Hot And Bothered|
|Take It Easy|
|Blues With A Feeling|
|Black And Tan Fantasy|
|Snake Hip Dance|
|Ring Dem Bells|
|Blues Of The Vagabond|
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|XOC 144||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Jungle Jamboree (LP, Comp)||Odeon||XOC 144||France||1960|
|PPMC 1154||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Jungle Jamboree (Ellingtonia 1927-1930) (LP, Comp)||Parlophone Odeon||PPMC 1154||UK||1961|
|URL 712||Duke Ellington Y Su Harlem Feetwarmers*||Jungle Jamboree (LP, Comp)||Odeon, Industrias Fonográficas R. Y R. Gioscia||URL 712||Uruguay||Unknown|