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Ken Burns Jazz: The Story Of America's Music

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Ken Burns

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000
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Track Listing

Star Dust; Death Comes-a-Creepin? in My Room; Memphis Blues; Livery Stable Blues; Charleston; Chimes Blues; Back Water Blues; The Pearls; Dead Man Blues; Wild Cat Blues; Cake Walkin? Babies (From Home); Sugar Foot Stomp; Heebie Jeebies; Potato Head Blues; West End Blues; The Mooche; East St. Louis Toodle-Oo; Black Beauty; Mood Indigo; There Ain?t No Sweet Man (Worth the Salt of My Tears); Singin? the Blues; Riverboat Shuffle; Hotter than ?ell; I Got Rhythm; It Don?t Mean a Thing (if it Ain?t Got That Swing); Echoes of Harlem; Moten Swing; St. Louis Blues; Ain?t Misbehavin?; For Dancers Only; King Porter Stomp; Rose Room; Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing); Jumpin? at the Woodside; Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today; Lester Leaps In; Oh, Lady, Be Good!; Without Your Love; Strange Fruit; God Bless the Child; Three Little Words; Rebecca; Harlem Congo; A-Tisket, A-Tasket; Shine; Dear Old Southland; Body and Soul; Cotton Tail; Take the ?A? Train; Begin the Beguine; In the Mood; Well, Git It!; Solitude; Drum Boogie; Salt Peanuts; Groovin? High; Ko-Ko; Scrapple from the Apple; Embraceable You; Get Happy; Epistrophy; Straight, No Chaser; Manteca; Moon Dreams; Just Friends; Rockin? Chair; They Can?t Take That Away From Me; Walkin? Shoes; Fine and Mellow; Doodlin?; I Get a Kick Out of You; St. Thomas; Django; Take Five; So What; Giant Steps; Rick Kick Shaw; Chronology; Original Faubus Fables; Acknowledgment; Hello, Dolly; Desafinado; In a Sentimental Mood; Tourist Point of View; E.S.P.; Spanish Key; Birdland; Mister Magic; Rockit; Un Ange en Danger; Tanya; Soon All Will Know; Death Letter; Take the ?A? Train.

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Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra; Fred McDowell; James Reese Europe?s 369th U.S. Infantry ?Hell Fighters? Band; The Original Dixieland Jazz Band; James P. Johnson; King Oliver?s Creole Jazz Band; Bessie Smith; Jelly Roll Morton; Clarence Williams? Blue Five; Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five; Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven; Duke Ellington and His Washingtonians; Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke; Frank Trumbauer and His Orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke; Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra; Ethel Waters; Benny Moten?s Kansas City Orchestra; Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra; Benny Goodman and His Orchestra; Count Basie and His Orchestra; Jones-Smith Incorporated (Carl Smith- trumpet, Lester Young- tenor saxophone, Count Basie- piano, Walter Page- bass, Jo Jones- drums); Art Tatum; Pete Johnson and ?Big? Joe Turner; Chick Webb and His Orchestra featuring Ella Fitzgerald; Django Reinhardt & Le Quartet du Hot Club de France; Noble Sissle and His Orchestra; Coleman Hawkins; Artie Shaw and His Orchestra; Glenn Miller and His Orchestra; Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra; Gene Krupa and His Orchestra; Bud Powell Trio; Thelonious Monk; Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra; Charlie Parker; Sarah Vaughan and Her Trio; Chet Baker and Gerry Mulligan; Billie Holiday; Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers; Clifford Brown and Max Roach; Sonny Rollins; The Modern Jazz Quartet; The Dave Brubeck Quartet; John Coltrane; Cecil Taylor Trio; Ornette Coleman; Charles Mingus; Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd; Duke Ellington and His Orchestra; Miles Davis; Weather Report; Grover Washington, Jr.; Herbie Hancock; M.C. Solaar & Ron Carter; Dexter Gordon; Wynton Marsalis; Cassandra Wilson; The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.


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