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The Quintessence - New York - Chicago - Hollywood (1926-1941)

Duke Ellington

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The Quintessence - New York - Chicago - Hollywood (1926-1941)

Duke Ellington

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1
East St Louis Toodle oo
00:02:52

Duke Ellington, interprète - Miley, auteur

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2
Black and tan fantasy
00:03:21

Duke Ellington, interprète - Miley, auteur

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3
Creole love
00:03:13

Duke Ellington, interprète - Miley, auteur

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4
The blues I love to sing
00:03:03

Duke Ellington, interprète - Miley, auteur

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5
Take it easy
00:03:11

Duke Ellington, interprète

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6
Jubilee stomp
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Duke Ellington, interprète

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7
Yellow dog blues
00:02:52

Duke Ellington, interprète

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8
The mooche
00:03:14

Duke Ellington, interprète - Mills, auteur

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9
Hot and bothered
00:03:19

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10
Awful sad
00:03:16

Duke Ellington, interprète

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11
Misty mornin
00:03:20

Duke Ellington, interprète - Whetsol, auteur

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12
Mood indigo
00:02:55

Duke Ellington, interprète - Mills, auteur

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13
Rockin in rhythm
00:03:14

Duke Ellington, interprète - Mills, auteur

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14
Echoes of the jungle
00:03:29

Duke Ellington, interprète - Mills, auteur

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15
Daybreak express
00:02:56

Duke Ellington, interprète

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16
Saddest tale
00:03:19

Duke Ellington, interprète

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17
Moon glow
00:03:07

Duke Ellington, interprète - Mills, auteur

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18
Black beauty
00:03:03

Duke Ellington, interprète

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DISC 2

1
Reminiscing in tempo
00:12:30

Duke Ellington, interprète

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2
Echoes of Harlem
00:03:01

Duke Ellington, interprète

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3
Dimuendo and crescendo blues
00:05:54

Duke Ellington, interprète

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4
The new black and tan fantasy, Pt. 2
00:02:40

Duke Ellington, interprète

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5
Blue light
00:02:40

Duke Ellington, interprète

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6
Subtle lament
00:03:02

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7
Jack the bear
00:03:13

Duke Ellington, interprète

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8
Ko ko
00:02:46

Duke Ellington, interprète

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9
Concerto for cootie
00:03:25

Duke Ellington, interprète

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10
Cotton tail
00:03:12

Duke Ellington, interprète

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11
Harlem air shaft
00:02:56

Duke Ellington, interprète

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12
All too soon
00:03:29

Duke Ellington, interprète

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13
In a mellotone
00:03:19

Duke Ellington, interprète

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14
Chloe
00:03:23

Duke Ellington, interprète - Moret, auteur

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15
Take the A
00:02:55

Duke Ellington, interprète

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16
Blue Serge
00:03:22

Duke Ellington, interprète

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17
Across the track blues
00:02:57

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18
Pitter panther patter
00:03:02

Duke Ellington, interprète

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