The Private Collection: Volume Three, Studio Sessions, New York 1962 - Duke Ellington | BUMBABlog


The Private Collection: Volume Three, Studio Sessions, New York 1962 | Duke Ellington |

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Alto Saxophone Johnny Hodges
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet Russell Procope
Artwork By [Illustration] Nancy Stahl
Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet [Standard And Bass] Harry Carney
Bass Aaron Bell
Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone Jimmy Hamilton
Drums Sam Woodyard
Executive Producer Herb Moelis
Executive Producer Mel Fuhrman
Executive Producer Mercer Ellington
Executive Producer, Liner Notes Stanley Dance
Piano Billy Strayhorn
Piano Duke Ellington
Producer Duke Ellington
Tenor Saxophone Paul Gonsalves
Trombone Britt Woodman
Trombone Buster Cooper
Trombone Chuck Connors
Trumpet Bill Berry
Trumpet Cat Anderson
Trumpet Cootie Williams
Trumpet Ray Nance
Trumpet Roy Burrowes
Vocals Milt Grayson
Written-By Duke Ellington
Big Band
"This is one in a series of ten albums that, taken together, is the definitive collection of the significant compositions written by Duke Ellington and some other songs long associated with his body of work. These recordings were personally produced by Duke Ellington himself and have remained in his private collection since their completion. Documenting a large portion of his musical work, some of which have never been commercially released, these private recordings are being made available by Ellington's family for the first time." Recorded 1962 (p)1987 LMR Records (c) 1988 Wea International. A Warner Communications Company. Manufactured in Germany. Pressé en Allemagne. TELDEC Record Service GmbH
Sellos Discográficos:
Principal: Saja Records
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Manufactured By WEA Manufacturing
Play Posición Título Duración
1 ESP 4:44
2 Blue, Too - The Shepherd 4:08
3 Tune Up 3:25
4 Take It Slow 2:57
5 Telstar 2:33
6 To Know You Is To Love You 2:32
7 Like Late 3:41
8 Major 4:06
9 Minor 1:58
10 "G" For Groove 4:17
11 The Lonely Ones 2:54
12 Monk's Dream 2:26
13 Frere Monk 2:24
14 Cordon Bleu 4:19
15 New Concerto For Cootie 2:32
16 September 12th Blues 5:05