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    Duke Ellington And His OrchestraThe Treasury Shows Vol.10

    Label:D.E.T.S. – 903 9010
    Format:
    2 x CD, Album, Remastered
    Country:Denmark
    Released:
    Genre:Jazz
    Style:Big Band, Swing

    Tracklist

    1-1(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:48
    1-2What Am I Here For?
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:11
    1-3Blue Is The Night
    Written-ByF. Fisher*
    4:04
    1-4Ellington Bond Promo0:48
    1-5The Wish I Wish Tonight
    Written-ByJ. Scholl*, M.K. Jerome
    1:56
    1-6Someone (Into Station Break)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    1:34
    1-7(Theme) Take The "A" Train (And Return)
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:44
    1-8Harlem Air Shaft
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:18
    1-9Out Of This World2:57
    1-10Ellington Bond Promo0:40
    1-11Midriff
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    4:30
    1-12Everything But You3:40
    1-13Ring Dem Bells3:29
    1-14Mood To Be Wooed4:21
    1-15Ellington Bond Promo0:46
    1-16Emancipation Celebration (Into Broadcast Close)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    1:47
    1-17(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:41
    1-18Suddendly It Jumped
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    2:51
    1-19Laura
    Written-ByDave Raskin*, Johnny Mercer
    3:09
    1-20Kissing Bug3:16
    1-21Stompy Jones
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:41
    1-22Solid Old Man
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:34
    1-23Carnegie Blues
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:01
    1-24In A Mellotone
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:00
    1-25Fancy Dan
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    4:15
    1-26(Theme) Take The "A" Train (And Close)
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:58
    2-1(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:41
    2-2Work Song (Black, Brown And Beige)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    7:02
    2-3Ellington Bond Promo1:02
    2-4The Blues (Black, Brown And Beige)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    5:28
    2-5West Indian Dance (Black, Brown And Beige)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    2:30
    2-6Ellington Bond Promo1:12
    2-7Come Sunday / Light (Black, Brown And Beige)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    8:43
    2-8(Theme) Take The "A" Train (Into Station Break)
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:28
    2-9(Theme) Take The "A" Train (And Broadcast Return)
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:32
    2-10Subtle Slough
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    4:10
    2-11Ellington Bond Promo0:56
    2-12Blue Skies
    Written-ByIrving Berlin
    3:23
    2-13I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
    Written-ByDon George, Duke Ellington
    3:00
    2-14Riff Staccato
    Written-ByMilton Orient*
    Written-By [Incorrectly Attributed]Arthur Schwartz
    Written-By [Uncredited]Simon Schwartz (2)
    3:05
    2-15Bugle Breaks3:06
    2-16Kissing Bug3:23
    2-17Ellington Bond Promo1:01
    2-18Suddenly It Jumped
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:04
    2-19Warm Valley (Into Broadcast Close)
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:47
    2-20(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:28
    2-21I Miss Your Kiss
    Written-ByB. Kaye*, S. Skylar*
    3:06
    2-22He's Home For A Little While
    Written-ByT. Goell*, T. Shapiro*
    2:55
    2-23Riff Staccato
    Written-ByMilton Orient*
    Written-By [Incorrectly Attributed]Arthur Schwartz
    Written-By [Uncredited]Simon Schwartz (2)
    3:07
    2-24I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
    Written-ByDon George, Duke Ellington
    3:01
    2-25I'm Beginning To See The Light1:58
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    Notes

    ℗ & © 2004 Storyville Records.

    Made in Germany.

    Tracks 1-1 to 1-16 - Treasury Broadcast No. 18, Radio City Studio 6B, NYC, August 11, 1945 (ABC).
    Tracks 1-17 to 1-26 - Broadcast from the New Zanzibar, NYC, September 26, 1945 (NBC).
    Tracks 2-1 to 2-19 - Treasury Broadcast No. 19, Radio City Studio 6B, NYC, August 18, 1945.
    Tracks 2-20 to 2-25 - Broadcast from the 400 Restaurant, NYC, May 4, 1945 (CBS).

    Total time:
    CD1: 67:05.
    CD2: 71:22.

    Tracks 2-14 & 2-23 are wrongly attributed to Arthur Schwartz. According to ASCAP, it was written by Simon Schwartz and Milt Orient.
    https://www.ascap.com/repertory#ace/search/title/riff%20staccato/performer/duke%20ellington

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 7 17101 90102 9
    • Barcode: 0717101901029
    • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DANCD 9039010-1
    • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LT22
    • Mould SID Code (CD1): Not found
    • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DANCD 9039010-2
    • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LT22
    • Mould SID Code (CD2): Not found
    • Rights Society: BIEM

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