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Britt And Butter Blues - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington And The Ellingtonians (Vinyl, LP)

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Download Britt And Butter Blues - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington And The Ellingtonians (Vinyl, LP)
1977
Label: Vogue - ALBUM 125 S,Marfer - ALBUM 125 S • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz •


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8 thoughts on “ Britt And Butter Blues - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington And The Ellingtonians (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Malagul says:
    Jazz at the Plaza Vol. II, an Album by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Big Band. Featured peformers: Shorty Baker (trumpet), Clark Terry (trumpet), Cat Anderson (trumpet), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Jimmy Hamilton (clarinet), Russell Procope (clarinet), Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone), Paul Gonsalves (tenor saxophone), Harry.
  2. Malakinos says:
    The tune "Bass-ment" (which on other Ellington albums is titled "Hark, the Duke's Trumpets") one of many post-war Ellington blues tunes that deserves to be better known. It's nothing fancy, but it's simplicity is memorable in the same way as "Perdido" (an variant of "I Got Rhythm"). The album also feels a little under-rehearsed or rushed.
  3. Fenritaur says:
    There are two originals; the blues bass of Jimmy Woode and the 'bones with plentiful piano from Duke infusing 'Bass-Ment,' and one of the more delightful of all of Ellington's book, the poppin' and boppin' 'Spacemen,' a bright happy horn chart led by Terry that is one of the more distinctive Ellington numbers of this time period.
  4. Vuran says:
    DUKE ELLINGTON "At Newport" Columbia mono LP (american hustle/DG/jeep's blues) + $ shipping. Music From All American Duke Ellington USA vinyl LP album record promo CL $ shipping: + $ shipping. Duke Ellington The Cosmic Scene LP Jazz Columbia CL vg+/vg++ MONO orig with Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Britt End date: Apr 22,
  5. Goltilabar says:
    Mention Duke Ellington and people usually think of the great composer, arranger and bandleader. But his skill and importance as a keyboards man is often and unfairly overlooked. This absolute gem of an album sets the record straight. Ellington's piano is first and foremost, with a gentle and unobtrusive bass and drum accompaniment/5(46).
  6. Shaktijas says:
    The first, "Blues in Orbit," is at once a first-rate aural portrait of the Ellington cosmos and a demonstration of the versatility of the blues. Just as Shakespeare covered virtually every human emotion in the line sonnet form, Ellington's settings of the blues were no less limiting in exploring the widest range of moods and hues, textures /5(12).
  7. Dimi says:
    An album recorded in Seattle, on 25th March, featuring Willie Smith, Russell Procope, Harry Carney, Wendell Marshall, Louie Bellson, Edward "Duke" Ellington, Paul Gonsalves, Jimmy Hamilton, Britt Woodman, Juan Tizol, Quentin "Butter" Jackson, William "Cat" Anderson, Clark Terry, Willie Cook & Ray Nance. A1 Ski.
  8. Vinris says:
    Apr 19,  · A quintessential Ellington in his post-Newport period. If this tune doesn't speak to you in some form or other, Ellington probably isn't for you.

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