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Track Listing
1. Take The "A" Train (theme)
2. Teardrops In The Rain
3. Everything But You - vJS
4. Ellington Bond Promo
5. Perdido
6. Perdido
7. If You Are But A Dream - vKD
8. Pitter Panther Patter
9. Emancipation Celebration
10. Ellington Bond Promo
11. I Should Care
12. Take The "A" Train (theme)
13. Take The "A" Train (theme)
14. A Friend Of Yours
15. In A Sentimental Mood
16. It Don't Mean A Thing - vME,JS,KD
17. Solitude - vAH,ME,JS,KD
18. I'm Beginning To See The Light
19. Subtle Slough (Just Squeeze Me)
20. C-Jam Blues
21. Ellington Bond Promo
22. Stomp Look And Listen
23. Things Ain't What They Used To Be
24. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
25. Tell Ya What I'm Gonna Do - vJS
26. West Indian Dance
27. A Door Will Open
28. In A Mellotone
29. Everything But You - vJS
30. Solid Old Man
31. Things Ain`t What They Used To Be
32. (Opening Theme)Take The ''A''Train
33. Ellington Bond Promo
34. Sugar Hill Penthouse
35. Suddenly It Jumped
36. Candy - vRN
37. Kissing Bug - vJS
38. Hollywood Hangover
39. Laura
40. Ellington Bond Promo (Into Station Break)
41. Take The ''A'' Train (theme) And Return
42. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
43. Frankie And Johnny
44. I`m Beginning To See The Light(And Ellington Bond Promo)
45. Midriff
46. I Ain`t Got Nothin` But The Blues - vAH,KD
47. My Honey`s Lovin` Arms - vRN
48. Ellington Bond Promo
49. Rockin` In Rhythm
Duke Ellington
Treasury shows Vol. 4 (2CD)
Ellington Treasury
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WW II is over in Europe, but not Japan, and Duke Ellington is on the road, still patriotically selling US war bonds via live radio shows. The music here is from the Paradise Theatre in Detroit and the Regal Theatre in Chicago (May, 1945), and the Café Zanzibar (October, 1945). The recordings from the Café Zanzibar has never been released before now. The musical program presented here is blended for both listening and dancing, and includes many Duke Ellington standards, plus several new or rarely performed tunes. Even though this 2-CD presents a relatively “standard” version of the Duke Ellington Orch. from the mid-40’s, it is still the best big band in the U.S. and the music is full of tasty solos by Rex Stewart, Sam Nanton, Cat Anderson, Johnny Hodges, Joya Sherrill and the Duke, himself
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