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Artist: Ellington, Duke And His Orchestra
Title: The Famous Berlin Concert 1959
Format: CD
Label: SOUNDS OF YESTERYEAR
Catalog Number:935
Barcode:5019317090357 itemnumber=1000114422
Price: $16.98  (All prices include domestic shipping.)
Genre: BIG BAND
Release Date: 9/17/2013
Availability: In Stock
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(2-CD set) These CD's features Duke Ellington Orchestra performing “live” during their famous 1959 Berlin Concert. The Orchestra includes a mass of talent with most of Ellington’s top luminaries including Johnny Hodges, William “Cat” Anderson, Clark Terry, Ray Nance, Harry Carney and others including the “Duke” on piano. Lil Geenwood provides the vocals and Jimmy Johnson is the drummer on Ellington’s show stopping feature “Skin Deep.” these discs feature the classic Ellington numbers and to the uninitiated this is a fine introduction to the “Duke” and his music.

Track Listing
Disc 1:

 1. 
Jam With Sam

 2. 
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be

 3. 
Medley: Black And Tan Fantasy/Creole Love Call/The Mooch

 4. 
Walking (And Singing The Blues)

 5. 
Hank Cinc (Hank Sank)

 6. 
Such Sweet Thunder

 7. 
Rockin’ In Rhythm

 8. 
El Gato (The Cat)

 9. 
Basin Street


Disc 2:

 1. 
V.I.P. Boogie

 2. 
Anatomy Of A Murder

 3. 
Medlay: Don’t Get Around Much Anymore/Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me/I’ve Got It Bad And That Ain’t Not Good/In A Sentimental Mood/Mood Indigo/I’m Beginning To See The

 4. 
Light/Sophisticated Lady/Caravan/Solitude

 5. 
St. Louis Blues

 6. 
Bill Bailey Wont You Please Come Home

 7. 
Satin Doll

 8. 
Skin Deep



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