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Duke Ellington - The London Concert flac album
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Duke Ellington - The London Concert flac album

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The London Concert
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Big Band
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A1 C-Jam Blues
Composed By – Duke Ellington
4:36
Togo Brava-Brava Togo Suite
Composed By – Duke Ellington
A2 Part I-Soul Soothing Beach 4:54
A3 Part II-Naturellement 6:02
B1 Part III: Amour, Amour- Part IV-Right On Togo 4:30
B2 Happy Reunion
Composed By – Duke Ellington
4:25
B3 Addi
Composed By – Duke Ellington
3:35
B4 Lotus Blossom
Composed By – Billy Strayhorn
2:25
C1 Cotton Tail
Composed By – Duke Ellington
4:00
C2 Checkered Hat
Composed By – Norris Turney
4:10
C3 La Plus Belle Africaine
Composed By – Duke Ellington
8:00
D1 In A Mellow Tone
Written By – Duke Ellington, Gabler
3:50
D2 I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
Written By – Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster
5:10
D3 Goof
Composed By – Duke Ellington
2:48
D4 Soul Flute (Flute Ame)
Composed By – Duke Ellington
3:05

Credits

  • Producer – Noel Walker

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UAD 60032/3 Duke Ellington The English Concert ‎(2xLP, Album) United Artists Records UAD 60032/3 UK 1972
28XU 04043 Duke Ellington The English Concert ‎(8-Trk, Album) United Artists Records 28XU 04043 UK 1972
SLD 507/8 Duke Ellington The English Concert ‎(2xLP, Album) Sunset Records SLD 507/8 UK 1977
UAD 60.031/60.032 Duke Ellington The London Concert ‎(2xLP) United Artists Records UAD 60.031/60.032 France 1971
UXS-92 Duke Ellington Togo Brava Suite ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) United Artists Records UXS-92 US 1972


Written By – Duke Ellington, Gabler. D2. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good). Written By – Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster. Composed By – Duke Ellington.

The London Concert is a 1978 live album by jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, accompanied by John Heard, and Louie Bellson. It's a Wonderful World" (Harold Adamson, Jan Savitt, Johnny Watson) – 5:33. People" (Bob Merrill, Jule Styne) – 8:02.

Piano – Duke Ellington. Producer – Mercer Ellington. Reeds – Harry Carney, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Russell Procope. Sleeve – Mercer Ellington. Trombone – Buster Cooper, Chuck Connors, Lawrence Brown. The Great London Concerts ‎(Cass, Album). The Great London Concerts ‎(CD, Album, RE).

Duke Ellington Present. y Duke Ellington. Cotton Club-1938, Volume Two, Three Blind Mice by Duke Ellington. Ultra De Luxe by Duke Ellington. The Popular Duke Ellington by Duke Ellington. Francis A. & Edward K. by Duke Ellington. Harlem, New World A’Coming, The Golden Broom And The Green Apple by Duke Ellington. Ella At Duke’s Place by Duke Ellington. More albums from Duke Ellington: Black Brown And Beige (A Duke Ellington Tone Parallel To The American Negro) by Duke Ellington.

The Great London Concerts. Johnny just kills me. The concert moves along like a well oiled machine with Duke changing directions and moods and Sam Woodyard propelling the band along the way. Swedish trumpeter Rolf Erickson gets a little action on a couple of tunes. Harlem" takes you on a mental trip with all the stops.

The Great Concerts (London & New York 1963-1964). Many of the Ellington tunes were already familiar classics, but no one is playing on automatic. Having only recently returned to the band after years away, Williams' trumpet take is less exotic erotica than is customary for this tune. It's a harsher, leaner but pulsating approach with a wall of brass behind him. For pure poetry there is Hodges' alto sax on "Far East Suite