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Track Listing
1. Take The A Train
2. Take The A Train
3. Blutopia
4. Carnegie Blues
5. Riff Staccato
6. Clementine
7. My Heart Sings
8. Sentimental Jouney
9. Yesterdays
10. I Got It Bad
11. I Miss Your Kiss
12. Three Cent Stomp
13. Black And Tan Fantasy
14. Blue Skies
15. Blue Cellephane
16. Broadcast Return
17. Take The A Train
18. Passion Flower
19. Take The A Train
20. Prelude To A Kiss
21. Frantic Fantasy
22. Caravan
23. I'm Beginning To See The Light
24. Sophisticated Lady
25. Main Stem
26. I Aint Got Nothin' The Blues
27. Everything But You
28. I'M Beginning To See The Light
29. Carnegie Blues
30. Jump For Joy
31. Harlem Air Shaft
32. Jumpin' Punkins
33. I Don't Mind
34. West Indian Dance
35. The Jeep Is Jumpin'
36. I Ain'T Got Nothin' But The Blues
37. Take The A Train
38. Jack The Bear
39. Just A-Settin' And A-Rockin'
40. Clementine
41. The Wonder Of You
42. I'Ll Buy That Dream
43. Come To Baby, Do
Duke Ellington
Treasury shows Vol. 3 (2CD)
Ellington Treasury
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Price £12.99
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This is Vol. 3 of a long series of releases of the complete Treasury Broadcasts from the mid forties. Contracted by the U.S. Treasury Dept. in 1945, Duke Ellington And His Orchestra performed a series of public service radio broadcasts to arouse patriotism and sell war bonds to help the U.S. military defeat the Japanese to end World War 11. Besides performing music which was already well known his own as well as others' Ellington uses the programs presented here to test, check and refine new material, such as the tunes "Blutopia" and "Carnegie Blues." It's very lucky that these precious, well recorded radio broadcasts have survived. They represent an important, yet elusive, period in the evolution of jazz namely, the mid 40's.

This 2 CD set features several star performers Johnny Hodges, Rex Stewart, AI Sears, Joya Sherrill and AI Hibbler, among others and especially trombonist Lawrence Brown.
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