Duke Ellington And His Award Winners - Blues In Orbit album flac
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|A1||Villes Ville Is The Place, Man
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesSoloist, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneySoloist, Trumpet – Ray NanceWritten-By – D. Ellington*
|A2||The Swingers Get The Blues Too
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesSoloist, Horn [Baritone] – Mathew Gee Jr.*Soloist, Trumpet – Ray NanceWritten-By – D. Ellington*, M. Gee*
|B1||Three J's Blues
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy HamiltonWritten-By – J. Hamilton*
|B2||The Swinger's Jump
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy HamiltonSoloist, Trombone – Booty WoodSoloist, Trumpet – Ray NanceWritten-By – D. Ellington*
- Lacquer Cut At – Philips Records Ltd.
- Pressed By – Philips Records Ltd.
A product of Philips
Made in Holland
A1: February 25, 1959
A2: March 12, 1959
B1: February 2, 1959
B2: March 12, 1959
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): AA 429741 1E
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): AA 429741 2E
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): 6D AA429741 1E 1 670
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): 6D AA429741 2E 1 670
|760 366 BV||Duke Ellington And His Award Winners||Blues In Orbit (7", EP)||Philips||760 366 BV||Netherlands||1960|
|429 741 BE, 429741 BE, BBE 12456, BBE.12456||Duke Ellington And His Award Winners||Blues In Orbit (7", EP)||Philips, Philips, Philips, Philips||429 741 BE, 429741 BE, BBE 12456, BBE.12456||UK||1960|
Благодаря удобной упаковке Orbit тебе не придется отвлекаться от дороги.
Blues in Orbit is an album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded for the Columbia label in 1959 and released in 1960. The album was re-released on CD in 2004 with bonus tracks including alternate takes and tracks from earlier sessions.
a brassy blues by Billy Strayhorn - title track to Duke's 1960 album. pretty title makes for pretty pictorial accompaniment. A quintessential Ellington in his post-Newport period.
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesSoloist, Horn – Mathew Gee Jr. Soloist, Trumpet – Ray NanceWritten-By – D. Ellington, M. Gee. Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy HamiltonWritten-By – J. Hamilton. B2. The Swinger's Jump. Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy HamiltonSoloist, Trombone – Booty WoodSoloist, Trumpet – Ray NanceWritten-By – D. Ellington.
Duke Ellington is seen by many as one of the frontrunners of Jazz and as one of the greatest composers of the 20th century. He was a part of the Harlem Renaissance and many feel that because of him, Jazz gained recognition as a art form. Many of his instrumental songs have become Jazz standards, and his distinctive style remains a shining beacon in music. Thanks to a stellar performance at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1957 there was a renewed interest in his music and his orchestra, and they performed all over the world.
Tracklist: 1. Three J’s Blues, 2. Smada, 3. Pie Eye’s Blues, 4. Sweet And Pungent, 5. C Jam Blues, 6. In A Mellow Tone, 7. Blues In Blueprint, 8. The Swingers Get The Blues Too, 9. The Swingers’ Jump, 10. Blues In Orbit, 11. Villes Ville Is The Place, Ma. More albums from Duke Ellington: Black Brown And Beige (A Duke Ellington Tone Parallel To The American Negro) by Duke Ellington. Duke Ellington Present. y Duke Ellington. Cotton Club-1938, Volume Two, Three Blind Mice by Duke Ellington. Ultra De Luxe by Duke Ellington.
Album · 1960 · 19 Songs. His growl is used to good effect on Sweet & Pungent, a moody, unhurried blues, while the distinctive Blues in Blueprint is a quiet and reflective interlude that finds Nance at his most delicate. On the old standby, C Jam Blues, Nance picks up the violin for an impressive solo turn. Alto Johnny Hodges takes center stage for tender readings of Sentimental Lady and Brown Penny. Blues In Orbit Duke Ellington.
Ellington and company were just back from a European tour when the bulk of this album was recorded at one after-midnight session in New York on December 2, 1959 - the arrangements had to be hastily written out when the copyist failed to appear for the gig. So on the one hand, the band was kicking back with these shorter pieces; on the other, the group was also improvising freely and intensely at various points
Exclusive Prime pricing. Watched Ken Burn's "Jazz" this past year, and his is the best album I have listened to because of that. Gave it away as Christmas presents. Ellington is one of the greatest to ever compose a single note of music.