Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December, 1947 download album
Recorded in concert at Carnegie Hall, New York City, on December 27, 1947. Final selection on Side 4 on December 26). Issued by arrangement with Mercer Records and Mercer Ellington. Mastered 1977 at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley.
Авторы текста и музыки. Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Documents"); Sony ATV Publishing, EMI Music Publishing.
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Recorded in concert at Carnegie Hall, New York City, on December 27, 1947. Trumpets No End on December 26). Matrix, Runout (Outer ring, Discs 1 & 2):.
Although it is billed as a Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges album, Side by Side is a 1959 album mostly under the leadership of Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington's alto saxophonist for many years. Ellington only appears on three of this album's tracks. The album places Hodges at the fore, backing him with piano by Ellington or Billy Strayhorn and providing other accompaniment by well-known jazz figures like Ben Webster, Roy Eldridge, Harry "Sweets" Edison and Jo Jones.
Duke's 1947 Carnegie Hall concert almost didn't come off - as the date fell, New York City was up to its waist in snow.
Duke Ellington – piano Shorty Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Al Killian, Francis Williams - trumpet Ray Nance - trumpet, violin Lawrence Brown - trombone Tyree Glenn - trombone, vibraphone Claude Jones - valve trombone Russell Procope - alto saxophone, clarinet Johnny Hodges - alto saxophone Jimmy Hamilton - clarinet, tenor saxophone Al Sears - tenor saxophone Harry Carney - baritone saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet Fred Guy - guitar Oscar Pettiford, Junior Raglin - bass Sonny Greer - drums. The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts - December 1947 Prestige.
Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall: listen and download Duke Ellington - The Star Spangled Banner, Duke Ellington - Black and Tan Fantasy, Duke Ellington - Rockin' in Rhythm, Duke Ellington - Moon Mist & more. The Mood to Be Wooed 04:47. All songs from The Carnegie Hall Concerts, 1943-1947.
The Carnegie Hall Concerts: December 1947 is a live album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded at Carnegie Hall, in New York City in 1947 and released on the Prestige label in 1977.
Album: Carnegie Hall Concerts: 1943/1947. 0. 1. Take the "A" Train. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Lyrics.
|1-1||The New Look (Snibor)||3:27|
|1-5||Johnny Hodges Medley (A. Wanderlust, B. Junior Hop, C. Jeep's Blues, D. Squatty Roo, E. The Mood To Be Wooed)||6:15|
|1-7||Kickapoo Joy Juice||3:37|
|1-8||On A Turquoise Cloud||3:33|
|2-1||Liberian Suite Part I (I Like The Sunrise)||4:50|
|2-2||Liberian Suite (Continued) Dance #1||4:52|
|2-3||Liberian Suite (Continued) Dance #2||4:09|
|2-4||Liberian Suite (Continued) Dance #3||3:46|
|2-5||Liberian Suite (Continued) Dance #4||4:13|
|2-6||Liberian Suite (Continued) Dance #5||5:08|
|2-7||Theme Medley (A. East Saint Louis Toodle-oo, B. Echoes Of Harlem, C. Black And Tan Fantasy, D. Things Ain't What They Used To Be)||6:29|
|2-9||New York City Blues||4:42|
|2-11||Trumpets No End (Blue Skies)||2:42|
- Recorded At – Carnegie Hall
- Mastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Arranged By – Duke Ellington
- Arranged By [Assistant] – Billy Strayhorn
- Art Direction – Phil Carroll
- Bass – Junior Raglin, Oscar Pettiford
- Design – Lance Anderson
- Drums – Sonny Greer
- Guitar – Fred Guy
- Leader – Duke Ellington
- Piano – Duke Ellington
- Reeds – Al Sears, Harry Carney, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope
- Reissue Producer [Albums Assembled By] – Orrin Keepnews
- Trombone – Claude Jones, Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn
- Trumpet – Al Killian, Francis Williams, Harold Baker, Ray Nance, Shelton Hemphill
- Vibraphone – Tyree Glenn
- Vocals – Al Hibbler, Kay Davis
NotesRecorded in concert at Carnegie Hall, New York City, on December 27, 1947.
(Trumpets No End on December 26)
Issued by arrangement with Mercer Records and Mercer Ellington.
Mastered 1977 at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley
|P 24075||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December, 1947 (2xLP)||Prestige||P 24075||US||1977|
|P-24075||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December, 1947 (2xLP)||Prestige||P-24075||France||1977|
|00025218547529||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1947 (2xCD, RE)||Prestige||00025218547529||Europe||Unknown|
|2PCD-24075-2||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December, 1947 (2xCD, Album)||Prestige||2PCD-24075-2||Germany||1999|
|HB 6056||Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December, 1947 (2xLP, RE)||Prestige||HB 6056||Italy||1977|