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The Duke At Fargo 1940 Special 60th Anniversary Edition

The Duke At Fargo 1940 Special 60th Anniversary Edition by Duke Ellington
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Duke Ellington

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

CD 1: It’s Glory; The Mooche; The Sheik Of Araby; Sepia Panorama; Ko Ko; There Shall Be No Night; Pussy Willow; Chatterbox; Mood Indigo; Harlem Airshaft; Ferryboat Serenade; Warm Valley; Stompy Jones; Chloe; Bojangles; On The Air; Rumpus In Richmond; Chaser; The Sidewalks Of New York; The Flaming Sword; Never No Lament; Caravan; Clarinet Lament. CD2: Slap Happy; Sepia Panorama; Boy Meets Horn; Way Down Yonder In New Orleans; Oh Babe, Maybe Someday; Five O’Clock Whistle; Fanfare; Call Of The Canyon; Unidentified Title; All This And Heaven Too; Rockin’ In Rhythm; Sophisticated Lady; Cotton Tail; Whispering Grass; Conga Brava; I Never Felt This Way Before; Across The Track Blues; Honeysuckle Rose; Wham; Star Dust; Rose Of The Rio Grande; St. Louis Blues; Warm Valley; God Bless America.


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Additional Personnel / Information

Rex Stewart: cornet; Wallace Jones: trumpet; Ray Nance: trumpet, violin; Joseph “Tricky Sam” Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown: trombones; Barney Bigard, Johnny Hodges, Otto Hardwick, Ben Webster, Harry Carney: reeds; Duke Ellington: piano; Fred Guy: guitar; Jimmy Blanton: bass; Sonny Greer: drums; Ivie Anderson, Herb Jeffries: vocals.


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