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 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra|Far East Suite

Far East Suite

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra

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Tourist Point of View
Duke Ellington
00:05:08

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

2
Bluebird of Delhi (Mynah)
Duke Ellington
00:03:15

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

3
Isfahan
Duke Ellington
00:04:06

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

4
Depk
Duke Ellington
00:02:37

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5
Mount Harissa
Duke Ellington
00:07:42

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

6
Blue Pepper (Far East of the Blues)
Duke Ellington
00:03:04

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

7
Agra
Duke Ellington
00:02:37

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

8
Amad
Duke Ellington
00:04:29

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9
Ad Lib on Nippon
Duke Ellington
00:11:35

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Duke Ellington, Composer, Piano - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Cootie Williams, Trumpet - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - Mercer Ellington, Trumpet - Herbie Jones, Trumpet - Lawrence Brown, Trombone - Buster Cooper, Trombone - Chuck Conners, Trombone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Russell Procope, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - John Lamb, Bass - Rufus Jones, Drums - Brad McCuen, Producer - Ed Begley, Recording Engineer

Originally recorded 1966. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

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