Duke Ellington And His OrchestraDuke Ellington And His Orchestra 1941-1943

Label:Temple (12) – M-554
Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation
Style:Big Band


A1Duke Ellington And His Orchestra, Barney Bigard accompanied by Freddie Slack And His OrchestraOn Display - Rose Room
A2Duke Ellington And His OrchestraSands Of Time
A3Duke Ellington And His OrchestraI Don't Know What Kind Of Blues I've Got
A4Duke Ellington, Jimmy Blanton and John Scott Trotter And His OrchestraFrankie & Johnny
A5Duke Ellington And His OrchestraSophisticated Lady
A6Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street conducted by Paul LavalleBlack And Tan Blues
A7Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street conducted by Paul LavalleWhispering Grass
B1Duke Ellington And His OrchestraSuddenly It Jumped
B2Duke Ellington And His OrchestraThe Mood To Be Wooed
B3Duke Ellington And His OrchestraC-Jam Blues
B4Duke Ellington And His OrchestraI Can't Give You Anything But Love
B5Duke Ellington And His OrchestraI Don't Mean A Thing
B6Duke Ellington And His OrchestraNew World 'A Comin'


A1: Track is misidentified. The first part ("On Display") is actually: Who Wouldn't Love You?/Unidentified/I Don't Want To Walk Without You. NBC Broadcast, "Palace Theatre", Cleveland, OH, August 29, 1942. The second part ("Rose Room") is by Barney Bigard acc. by Freddie Slack and his Orchestra. Radio Broadcast, unknown location, October 3, 1943.
A2: Correct title: On The Sands Of Time. CBS Broadcast, "Hurricane Restaurant", New York, September 11, 1943.
A3: CBS Broadcast, "Hurricane Restaurant", New York, August 28, 1943.
A4: Radio Broadcast, "Kraft Music Hall", Hollywood, CA, May 29, 1941.
A5: NBC broadcast "Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street", New York, September 5, 1943.
A6-7: These tracks are believed to be from the same date and performed by the same orchestra, from the Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street, conducted by Paul Lavalle. Ellington did not take part in these two selections.
B1-B3: ABC Broadcast, "U.S. Coast Guard Station", Atlantic City, June 27, 1945.
B4-B5: WNEW radio broadcast, New York, May 10, 1947.
B6: ABC Broadcast, "Franklin Gardens", Evansville, Indiana, June 16, 1945.

Source: DEMS Bulletin 02/3.



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