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The Treasury Shows, Vol 20

The Treasury Shows, Vol 20 by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

CD1: Take The A Train; A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing; Main Stem; A Ghost Of A Chance; In A Jam; I’m Just A Lucky So And So; Stomp, Look And Listen; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be; Summertime; Jack The Bear; Sentimental Lady; In A Mellotone; Rockin’ In Rhythm. CD2: Take The A Train; Mood To Be Wooed; Johnny Come Lately; They Say It’s Wonderful; Strange Love; Honeysuckle Rose; Don’t Take Your Love From Me; Blue On The Double; Take The A Train; Come Sunday; Light; Lover Man; Riff Staccato; Mood Indigo; Riff ‘N’ Drill; Johnny Come Lately; Emancipation Celebration; Go Away Blues; Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be.


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Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Wallace Jones, Harold Baker, Francis Williams, Cat Anderson, Reunald Jones, Ray Nance: trumpets; Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown, Claude Jones, Wilbur De Paris, Juan Tizol: trombones; Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Otto Hardwick, Al Sears, Nat Jones, Ben Webster, Harry Carney: reeds; Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn: piano; Fred Guy: guitar; Oscar Pettiford, Junior Raglin: bass; Sonny Greer: drums; Al Hibbler, Kay Davis, Betty Roche, Marion Cox: vocals.


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