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Duke Ellington

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This most unusual Duke Ellington record includes two selections featuring nine symphonic percussionists on timpani, vibes, marimbas, and xylophones. Dizzy Gillespie makes a historic appearance with Ellington's orchestra on "U.M.M.G." (a meeting that should have been repeated often but sadly never was), Jimmy Rushing (Count Basie's former vocalist) sings "Hello Little Girl," and both Johnny Hodges ("All of Me") and Paul Gonsalves ("Ready Go!") have chances to blow.
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1
Malletoba Spank (Album Version)
Duke Ellington featuring The Percussion Section
00:03:35

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Andres Ford, Trumpet - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - B. Strayhorn, Composer - B. Strayhorn, Lyricist - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Irving Townsend, Producer - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Duke Ellington featuring The Percussion Section, Performer - Larry Keyes, Engineer - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Medley: Toot Suite
Duke Ellington featuring Paul Gonsalves
00:21:34

D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - B. Strayhorn, Composer - B. Strayhorn, Lyricist - Various, Performer - Larry Keyes, Violin - Duke Ellington featuring Britt Woodman, Performer - Duke Ellington featuring Jimmy Hamilton and Shorty Baker, Performer - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Duke Ellington featuring Paul Gonsalves, Performer - Duke Ellington featuring Russell Procope and Quentin Jackson, Performer

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Satin Doll (Album Version)
Duke Ellington
00:02:40

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Andres Ford, Trumpet - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Duke Ellington, Performer - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Larry Keyes, Engineer - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
U.M.M.G. (Album Version)
Duke Ellington Featuring Dizzy Gillespie
00:04:27

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Andres Ford, Trumpet - B. Strayhorn, Composer - B. Strayhorn, Lyricist - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Larry Keyes, Engineer - Duke Ellington Featuring Dizzy Gillespie, Performer - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
All of Me (Album Version)
Duke Ellington featuring Johnny Hodges
00:02:27

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Duke Ellington featuring Johnny Hodges, Performer - Andres Ford, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - G. Marks, Composer - G. Marks, Lyricist - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Larry Keyes, Engineer - S. Simons, Composer - S. Simons, Lyricist - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Tymperturbably Blue (Album Version)
Duke Ellington featuring The Percussion Section
00:04:23

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Andres Ford, Trumpet - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - B. Strayhorn, Composer - B. Strayhorn, Lyricist - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Duke Ellington featuring The Percussion Section, Performer - Larry Keyes, Engineer - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Fillie Trillie (Album Version)
Duke Ellington
00:02:40

Britt Woodman, Trombone - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Andres Ford, Trumpet - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Duke Ellington, Performer - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Larry Keyes, Engineer - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Hello Little Girl (Album Version)
Dizzy Gillespie
00:07:46

Britt Woodman, Trombone - C. Kemp, Composer - C. Kemp, Lyricist - Walter E. Rosengarden, Percussion - John Sanders, Trombone - Sam Woodyard, Drums - Harry Carney, Saxophone - Jimmy Jones, Performer - Elden C. Bailey, Percussion - Chauncey Morehouse, Percussion - Russell Procope, Saxophone - Dizzy Gillespie, Performer - Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet - Cat Anderson, Trumpet - Andres Ford, Trumpet - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - D. ELLINGTON, Lyricist - Johnny Hodges, Saxophone - Bradley Spinney, Percussion - Paul Gonsalves, Saxophone - George Gaber, Percussion - Harry Breuer, Percussion - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Vlado Meller, Engineer - Jimmy Woode, Bass - Duke Ellington, Piano - Duke Ellington, Performer - Jimmy Rushing, Vocal - Jimmy Rushing, Performer - Larry Keyes, Engineer - Jimmy Hamilton, Saxophone - Milton Schlesinger, Percussion - Robert M. Rosengarden, Percussion - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Morris Goldenberg, Percussion - Quentin Jackson, Trombone

Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

This most unusual Duke Ellington record includes two selections featuring nine symphonic percussionists on timpani, vibes, marimbas, and xylophones. Dizzy Gillespie makes a historic appearance with Ellington's orchestra on "U.M.M.G." (a meeting that should have been repeated often but sadly never was), Jimmy Rushing (Count Basie's former vocalist) sings "Hello Little Girl," and both Johnny Hodges ("All of Me") and Paul Gonsalves ("Ready Go!") have chances to blow.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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