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Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington: The Complete Sessions

Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington: The Complete Sessions by Duke Ellington buy album

Duke Ellington

Label: Roulette Jazz
Released: 2000
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Track Listing

Disk 1: Duke's Place, I'm Just A Lucky So And So, Cottontail, Mood Indigo, Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me, The Beautiful American, Black And Tan Fantasy, Drop Me Off In Harlem, The Mooche, In A Mellow Tone, It Don't Mean A Thing, Solitude, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, I'm Beginning To See The Light, Just Squeeze Me, I Got It Bad, Azalea

Disk 2: In A Mellow Tone, I'm Beginning To See The Light, Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, Duke's Place, Drop Me Off In Harlem, I'm Just A Lucky So And So, Azalea, Black And Tan Fantasy, Band Discussion On Cottontail

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Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Duke Ellington, piano; Trummy Young, trombone; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Mort Herbert, bass; Danny Barcelona, drums


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