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The Duke Box 2

The Duke Box 2

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Duke Elllington And His Orchestra

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

CD1: Take The A Train; The Mooche; How High The Moon; The Tattooed Bride; Medley: Solitude, Lullaby Of Birdland; Take The A Train; Lullaby Of Birdland; Take The A Train; Perdido; Pretty And The Wolf; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be; Take The A Train; Caravan; Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me; C Jam Blues; Creole Love Call; Just Squeeze Me; Take The A Train; Lullaby Of Birdland. CD2: Take The A Train; Medley: Black And Tan Fantasy, Creole Love Call, The Mooche; Newport Up; Sophisticated Lady; Sonnet To Hank Cinq; What Else Can You Do With A Drum?; Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me; Jeep’s Blues; Take The A Train; Hi Fi Fo Fum; Medley: Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me, In A Sentimental Mood, Mood Indigo, I’m Beginning To See The Light, Sophisticated Lady, Caravan, I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good, Just Squeeze Me, It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Diminuendo In Blue. CD3: Take The A Train; Afro Bossa; Perdido; Medley: Satin Doll, Solitude. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Mood Indigo; I’m Beginning To See The Light; Sophisticated Lady, Caravan, Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me, I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good, Just Squeeze Me, It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing, I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Satin Doll. CD4: Meditation #1; Single Petal Of A Rose; Blues #1; Nagoya; Unidentified Title/Little African Flower; Meditation #2; T.G.T.T/Little Purple Flower; The River – A Ballet Suite; The Spring; The Run; The Meander; Grap (The Giggling Rapids); The Lake; Stud (The Neo-Hip-Hot Cool Kiddies Community; Riddle; Blues #2; Blues #3. CD5: The Shepherd – Take 2; Up Jump – Take 4; Rue Bleu; Chromatic Love Affair – Take 1; Salome – Take 1; Blood Count – Take 1; El Viti – Take 1; Kixx – Take 2; Eggo – Take 7; I’m Hip Too – Take 4; Amta – Take 3; Warr – Take 1; Little Purple Flower – Take 6; Traffic Cop – Take 1; Untitled Blues – Take 1; Policia – Take 1; The B.O. Of Traffic – Take 3; Mac – Take 5; Traffic Extension – Take 1; Star – Take 1; Cross Climax – Take 1; B.O. Man – Take 1; Tin Soldier. CD6: Rext; Flute; Soft; Mixt; Alerado; Afrique; Second Line; RTM; Sophisticated Lady; Big Luv; I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good; Looking For My Man; No Title; Pretty Girl; Dreaming By The Fire; Pat Your Feet (Rick’s Blues); Mood Indigo; Duke Ellington; New York, New York. CD7: Mkis (Soul Soothing Beach); Tego; Togo Or Yoyo (Naturellement); Too Kee (Amour Amour); Buss (Right On Togo); Soso; Toto (Afrique); Peke; Chekered Hat; There’s A Place; Blues; Hick; Grap (The Giggling Rapids); Something; Making That Scene (Love Scene); Lover Man; Perdido. DVD: Take The A Train; Satin Doll; Blow By Blow; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be; VIP Boogie/Jam With Sam; Kind Of Dukish.

Personnel

Cootie Williams, Eddie Preston, Rolf Ericson, Ray Nance, Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Willie Cook, Harold “Shorty” Baker, Herbie Jones, Mercer Ellington, Fred Stone, Money Johnson, Richard Williams, Al Rubin, Dave Burns, Nelson Williams, John Coles, Bill Berry, Ed Mullens: trumpets; Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper, Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, Juan Tizol, John Sanders, Booty Wood, Malcolm Taylor, Julian Priester, Cliff Heathers, Tyree Glenn, Vince Prudente, Leon Cox: trombones; Jimmy Hamilton, Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Harry Carney, Hilton Jefferson, Paul Gonsalves, Norris Turney, Harold Ashby, Buddy Pearson, Harold Minerve: reeds; Duke Ellington: piano; Wild Bill Davis: organ; Wendell Marshall, Ernie Shepard, Jimmy Woode, John Lamb, Joe Benjamin, Aaron Bell: bass; Sam Woodyard, Ed Shaughnessy, Rufus Jones, Bobby Durham, Chris Columbo: drums; Elayne Jones: tympani; Emmanuel Abdul-Rahim: congas. Betty Roche, Jimmy Grissom, Ozzie Bailey, Nell Brookshire, Anita Moore, Tony Watkins: vocals.

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