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Black And Tan Fantasy - Duke Ellington - Mellowin: His Legendary Tunes (CD)

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  1. eight CD box set from the legendary Jazz pianist, composer, arranger and Big Band leader. This box set contains a plethora of material that Ellington recorded at the legendary venue, Carnegie Hall, during the height of the Big Band movement/5(10).
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  3. Black And Tan Fantasy; The New East St. Louis Toodle-Oo; The Creole Love Call; The Mooche; Mood Indigo; Rockin' In Rythm; Caravan; Solitude; It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (von Rosemary Clooney with Duke Ellington & His Orchestra) Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me; Don't Get Around Much Anymore.
  4. Black and Tan Fantasy [History] Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Primary Artist: Blue Serge: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Primary Artist: Centenary Celebration, Vol. Duke Ellington: Performer, Primary Artist.
  5. These live recordings span the years , featuring 85 performances by Duke Ellington and some of the jazz's greatest musicians. _____ Complete tracklisting: Carnegie Hall Concert, January 23, CD 1 The Star Spangled Banner Black And Tan Fantasy Rockin' In Rhythm Moon Mist Jumpin' Punkins Portrait Of Bert.
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  8. Duke: A life of Duke Ellington Duke: A life of Duke Ellington Terry Teachout - Alfred Music Publishing Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington was the greatest jazz composer of the twentieth century and an impenetrably enigmatic personality whom no one, not even his closest friends, claimed to understand.

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