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    Newport 1958 (Album, Reissue, Remastered) album cover

    Duke Ellington And His OrchestraNewport 1958

    Label:Mosaic Records (2) – MCD-1014
    Series:Mosaic Singles
    Format:
    CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Jazz
    Style:Post Bop, Big Band

    Tracklist

    Studio Session
    1El Gato
    Written-ByCat Anderson
    4:10
    2Happy Reunion
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    2:03
    3Multicolored Blue
    VocalsOzzie Bailey
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    5:00
    4Princess Blue
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    10:26
    5Jazz Festival Jazz
    Written-ByD. Vance*, D. Ellington*
    7:06
    6Mr. Gentle And Mr. Cool
    Written-ByD. Ellington*, H. Baker*
    6:59
    7Juniflip
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:38
    8Hi Fi Fo Fum
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    5:42
    Live At Newport
    9Just Scratchin' The Surface
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    6:24
    10Happy Reunion
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:23
    11Mr. Gentle And Mr. Cool
    Written-ByD. Ellington*, H. Baker*
    7:08
    12Jazz Festival Jazz
    Written-ByD. Vance*, D. Ellington*
    7:06
    13Feet Bone
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:03
    14Prima Bara Dubla
    Baritone SaxophoneGerry Mulligan
    Written-ByB. Strayhorn*, D. Ellington*
    6:58
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    Notes

    Recorded at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City (#1–8) on July 21, 1958, and live at the Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island (#9–14) on July 3, 1958.
    The studio tracks are mono, the live performances are stereo.
    Tracks 10 to 13 are bonus tracks, not part of original album

    Remixed (#9–14) from the original three-track tapes and mastered in 24-bit at Sony Studios, New York City

    #1–9 & 14 originally issued on Columbia CL 1245. #10 –13 originally issued on Live At Newport 1958 (Columbia CD C2K 53584).

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 0886970449021
    • Barcode (Text): 8 86970 44902 1
    • Other (On disc below cat#): A704490
    • Matrix / Runout: DIDP-150348 1 [mirrored] A01
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L329
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5082

    Other Versions (5 of 21)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Newport 1958 (LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaCL 1245US1958
    New Submission
    Newport 1958 (LP, Stereo)ColumbiaCS 8072US1958
    New Submission
    Newport 1958 (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)ColumbiaCL 1245US1958
    Newport Jazz Festival 1958 (LP, Album, Mono)PhilipsB 07367 LNetherlands1958
    New Submission
    Newport 1958 (LP, Album, Mono)PhilipsBBL 7279UK1958

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    Rob7's profile picture
    Rob7
    Edited 7 years ago
    From Mosaic website:
    "When Duke Ellington set out to make a live album at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival, he set his sights high, targeting new material that had been played by the band only infrequently in the months leading up to the concert. After the performance, Ellington and producer Irving Townsend decided to re-cut eight pieces under more ideal studio conditions and dub in applause to recreate the Newport event. The subsequent Newport 1958 album contained the eight studio tracks with doctored audience and only two real Newport performances ("Just Scratchin' The Surface" and "Prima Bara Dubla" with guest soloist Gerry Mulligan).
    A 2-CD Live At Newport 1958 of all the real Ellington performances from the festival only served to prove that the original assessment by Ellington to re-cut a lot of the material was correct. That reissue also sentenced the musically-superior studio material to obscurity. So for the Mosaic edition of Newport 1958, we have restored the masters of the studio material without the annoying dubbed-in audience, and added six more tracks from the concert, including a version "Feet Bone" which was not remade in the studio."