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At The Cotton Club

At The Cotton Club by Duke Ellington
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Duke Ellington

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

CD1: Swing Session; Medley: Solitude; In A Sentimental Mood; Harmony In Harlem; If You Were In My Place; Mood Indigo; East St. Louis Toodl-Oo; Oh Babe, Maybe Someday; Dinah’s In A Jam; If Dreams Come True; Scrontch; You Went To My Head; Three Blind Mice; Solitude; Downtown Uproar; Dinah’s In A Jam; On The Sunny Side Of The Street; Ev’ry Day; Azure; Carnival In Caroline; Harmony In Harlem; At Your Beck And Call; Solitude; The Gal From Joe’s; Riding On A Blue Note; If Dreams Come True. CD2: Oh Babe, Maybe Someday; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; Birmingham Breakdown; Rose Room; If Dreams Come True; It’s The Dreamer In Me; Lost In Meditation; Ev’ry Day; Echoes Of Harlem; East St. Louis Toodle-Oo; Jig Walk; In A Sentimental Mood; I’m Slapping 7th Avenue; Lost In Meditation; Alabamy Home; If You Were In My Place; Prelude in C Sharp Minor; Rockin’ In Rhythm; Serenade To Sweden; Rockin’ In Rhythm; In A Red Little Cottage.


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Duke Ellington: piano; Ivie Anderson: vocals; Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams: trumpets; Rex Stewart: cornet; Joe “Tricky Sam” Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown: trombones; Barney Bigard, Johnny Hodges, Otto Hardwick, Harry Carney: reeds; Freddy Guy: guitar; Billy Taylor: bass; Sonny Greer: drums.


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