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Ellington at Newport (July 7, 1956 - Newport 60th Anniversary Edition)

Duke Ellington

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Ellington at Newport (July 7, 1956 - Newport 60th Anniversary Edition)

Duke Ellington

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Father Norman O'Connor Introduces Duke Ellington

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Father Norman O'Connor Introduces Duke Ellington
00:01:02

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - with Father Norman O'Connor, Associated Performer - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Newport Suite Part I (Billy Strayhorn)

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Festival Junction
00:09:08

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Newport Suite Part II (Billy Strayhorn)

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Blues to Be There
00:08:08

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Newport Suite Part III (Billy Strayhorn)

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Newport Up
00:05:23

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Jeep's Blues (Johnny Hodges)

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Jeep's Blues
00:05:12

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone, Composer - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue (Edward Kennedy Ellington)

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Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue
00:14:58

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Take The "A" Train

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Take the "A" Train
00:04:33

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Sophisticated Lady (Edward Kennedy Ellington)

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Sophisticated Lady
00:04:19

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - Irving Mills, Composer ? - Mitchell Parish, Lyricist - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good) (Edward Kennedy Ellington)

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I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
00:03:55

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Edward Kennedy Ellington, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - Paul Francis Webster, Lyricist - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Skin Deep (Louis Bellson)

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Skin Deep
00:09:28

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Louis Bellson, Composer - Duke Ellington, Piano - William "Cat" Anderson, Trumpet - John Willie Cook, Trumpet - Ray Nance, Trumpet - Clark Terry, Trumpet - Johnny Hodges, Alto Saxophone - Harry Carney, Baritone Saxophone - Paul Gonsalves, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Clarinet - Quentin Jackson, Trombone - John Sanders, Trombone - Britt Woodman, Trombone - James Woode, Bass - George Avakian, Producer

Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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